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US Open 2016: Djokovic, Nadal, Kerber through to Next Round

first_imgWorld number one Novak Djokovic began his US Open campaign with victory over Poland’s Jerzy Janowicz – despite the Serb requiring treatment to his arm.Djokovic, who has struggled with a wrist injury, won 6-3 5-7 6-2 6-1 after calling the trainer in the first set.Spanish fourth seed Rafael Nadal beat Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin 6-1 6-4 6-2.Germany’s Angelique Kerber, seeded second in the women’s draw, led Polona Hercog 6-0 1-0 when the Slovenian succumbed to leg cramps. Djokovic had spoken ahead of his opening match about the left wrist injury that has hampered him since the Olympics, but it was the right arm that appeared to be troubling the Serb against Janowicz.He called a medical timeout after the fifth game to allow the trainer to work on his elbow and upper arm, but promptly broke the Janowicz serve on his way to the first set.The defending champion began the second set serving at below 90mph but Janowicz was too inconsistent to take advantage, and Djokovic eventually ran out a comfortable winner – at least in terms of the scoreline.He goes on to face Jiri Vesely in round two – the Czech who beat him in Monte Carlo earlier this year.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Where to find Giant Beach Ball for Fortnite’s 14 Days of Summer challenge

first_imgFortnite’s 14 Days of Summer continues into Day 2 and with a new day comes a new challenge.If you missed Day 1, you needed to dance at all six of the Beach Party locations. We helped you out with this handy guide. Today’s challenge is to “Bounce a giant beach ball in different matches.” In order to complete this task, you need to do this in five different matches. You could just go ahead and quickly bounce the ball and exit a match five times to get this challenge done as quickly as possible. And if that’s all you want to do, then we’ll help you find the locations of all three Giant Beach Ball spawns on the Fortnite map.MORE: All Beach Party locations in FortniteGiant Beach Ball locations in FortniteFirst Giant Beach Ball location MORE: Everyone who qualifed for the Fortnite World CupHere are the locations in written form:South of The BlockSouth-west of Dusty DivotNorth-west of Paradise PalmsHave fun with Beach Ball searching! Third Giant Beach Ball location How to complete 14 Days of Summer challengeThis is a pretty simple challenge to complete once you find the Giant Beach Ball. You can use the same Beach Ball in all five matches if you want. All you need to do to accomplish this task is run into the Beach Ball. You can also hit it with your pick axe if you prefer.  (Epic Games / SN Illustration) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/56/88/fortnite-beach-ball-map-2_19k5s3q20x7ui1f6xhzhkg3ilo.png?t=-1814098525&w=500&quality=80 (Epic Games / SN Illustration) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/c6/fc/fortnite-beach-ball-map-1_1dltqochg5n221nwy7hjlavo33.png?t=-1814098525&w=500&quality=80 Second Giant Beach Ball location (Epic Games / SN Illustration) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/45/3e/fortnite-beach-ball-map-3_1mtttlt9ld0j1162lec6hwn7ox.png?t=-1814098525&w=500&quality=80last_img read more

Uganda beats Rwanda to set date with Egypt

first_imgUPL co ugCAF U20 First Round QualificationReturn LegUganda 2-1 Rwanda (Agg 3-2)Uganda’s U20 side, the Hippos, will face Egypt in the final qualification round of the 2017 Caf youth championships after eliminating Rwanda 3-2 on aggregate at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on Saturday.The Hippos, who drew 1-1 with Rwanda’s Junior Wasps in the first leg, won the return leg 2-1 to set up the date against Egypt.The first leg between Uganda and Egypt in the final qualification round will be played on May 20, with the return due June 10. Uganda host the first leg. Like they did in Kigali a fortnight ago, Rwanda took the lead here, striker Abeddy Biramahire heading them ahead on 17 minutes after a quality delivery Ange Mutsinzi.But the Hippos levelled matters three minutes later through Zaake Luboyera before the forward slotted home a penalty to complete his brace two minutes after recess.The winners between Uganda and Egypt over the two legs will qualify for the 2017 Caf U20 finals that will be hosted in Zambia.Uganda XI: James Ahebwa , Umar Mukobe, Hussan Musana, Halid Lwaliwa, Geoffrey Wasswa ,Hassan Musana, Daniel Shabena, Emma Olinga, Frank Tumwesigye (Muhammed Shaban), Edrisa Lubega, Pius Wanji (Martin Kizza), Zaake Luboyera (Julius Poloto)Unused subs: Eric Kibowa, Yasin Mugume, Nicolas Kagaba, Shafiq KajimuSOURCE: UPL co ugShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Harborne team lead qualifiers for grand final

first_img A quartet from Harborne Golf Club in Warwickshire have won the latest qualifying tournament for England Golf’s new Club Team Championship and led six groups into the grand final.The team (pictured) of Debbie Naylor, Rosa Hancock, John Davies and Barry Crutchley won with 85 points at Coventry Golf Club.They finished a point ahead of the group from Coventry Golf Club, who become the first hosts of a qualifying event to make their way into the final. The other qualifiers were: Hinckley Golf Club, Newark Golf Club, Rose Hill Golf Club and North Warwickshire Golf Club.They all go forward to the final at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire on Friday, 14 August, where they will play off against finalists from three other qualifying events. It will be a feature of the new Golf Week festival, staged by England Golf to create a national grand finale for a host of handicap and team championships.“It will be wonderful to represent the club and the Midlands and show that it’s a thriving area for golf,” said Barry.The new competition invited clubs to enter teams of two men and two women with combined handicaps between 50 and 96. They play a stableford off three-quarters handicap, with the best two scores counting on each hole.Harborne set a blistering pace over the opening holes. “Rosa holed a 50-footer for a birdie and four points, Debbie did something very similar so we had seven points on the first hole. Then I birdied the second and after two holes we had 13 points!” said Barry. “We said then that this could be our day.”He added: “The course was lovely and the greens were beautiful and smooth. If you hit the putt it went in.”Coventry were represented by Chris Doughy, Gill Kettley, Jan Whetstone and Paul Rouse and by contrast they got off to a slow start, but got going towards the end of the front nine.“We were really keen to do well and quite apprehensive, given that previous home clubs hadn’t qualified,” said Chris.The format was a hit with the group. Chris remarked: “Anything for the handicappers is great. It’s nice to think we can represent at regional and national level and not be scratch golfers. It’s been great, really good.”Jan added: “I’ve loved it. My husband doesn’t play golf and I play a lot of ladies’ golf. This has been a nice change and good fun.”This was the last of four qualifying events. Others have previously been held at Stoneham, Hampshire; Fulford, York; and Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. 1 Jul 2015 Harborne team lead qualifiers for grand final last_img read more

Real Madrid and LaLiga logical step to global prominence for Brazilian starlet Reinier

first_imgAdvertisement 95oNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vscy9gWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ecq62( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) qp5loWould you ever consider trying this?😱343erjCan your students do this? 🌚9juu2arRoller skating! Powered by Firework Brazilian starlet Reinier Jesus choosing to join Real Madrid is further confirmation of LaLiga as the primary destination for the world’s leading emerging stars.Advertisement  Advertisement   Advertisement       Hugely talented attacking midfielder Reinier has completed his transfer from Brazilian club Flamengo to Madrid having turned 18 years old, and will move to Spain after representing his country at this month’s South American 2020 Olympic Games qualifying tournament.The Brasilia-born teenager, whose technique and vision recalls former Madrid Galactico and 2012 LaLiga winner Kaka, signed for Madrid despite interest from many of Europe’s other top clubs.The Bernabeu outfit’s interest in Reinier fits with their long-standing policy of recruiting outstanding young talents from Brazil, most recently forwards Rodrygo Goes and Vinicius Junior, but previously current midfielder Casemiro [signed in 2013] and vice-captain Marcelo [2007]. Uruguayan midfielder Fede Valverde, now a fixture with the first team, also joined Los Blancos aged just 18 from his home country in July 2016.Following that successful model, Reinier will get a chance to find his feet in Spain playing at first for the club’s youth team: Real Madrid Castilla, in the Segunda B third tier, whose coach is the legendary number ‘7’ Raúl González, while also training and gaining experience day to day with Zinedine Zidane’s senior side. Vinicius will be close by to help out, having been a colleague in Flamengo’s academy before joining Madrid in summer 2018.Reinier is a different type of player than Vinicius or Rodrygo – a modern and versatile playmaker, comfortable in a number of different positions. As a central number 10, his impressively mature vision and creativity can unlock tight defences. The right-footer can also start towards the left of midfield, from where he can cut inside to link with the centre-forward or shoot himself.Goals are a big part of his game – he scored six times in his first 14 appearances for Rio de Janeiro-based Flamengo’s senior team during Brazil’s Serie A 2019 season. On his first start in August he made a huge splash with a goal and assist against Avai. Coach Jorge Jesus carefully managed his introduction, but also quickly recognised the potential of the youngster, who hit further key goals against Fortaleza and Bahia as Flamengo eased to their first national title win in a decade.The statistics show Reinier’s composure in front of goal – he converted one of every 2.66 shots at the target, the second highest rate of any player in Brazil last season. Portuguese coach Jesus also allowed the youngster to gain further valuable experience as Flamengo won last year’s Copa Libertadores, and made the final of the Club World Cup against Liverpool.The Brazilian national set-up has closely followed the emergence of a player whose father Mauro Brasilia won the FIFA-endorsed indoor football World Cup with the Brazil national team in Spain in 1985. Reinier first featured with his country’s Under-15 side, then scored three goals in four goals at March 2019’s Under-17 South American championships in Peru.Given his emergence as a top talent, Reinier has now been unsurprisingly called-up by Brazil for this month’s Pre-Olympic Tournament, which decides which South American countries play at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Despite being the youngest member of an U-23 squad, he has scored in both the team’s warm-up games and looks certain to feature during the tournament in Colombia. Then it will be time for his next adventure in LaLiga with Real Madrid, once he has signed a contract for six seasons and a half, until 2026. Advertisementlast_img read more