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Gaunt, Jamieson share Russian Open lead MOSCOW: Daniel Gaunt and Scott Jamieson both fired opening-round six-under-par 65s to share the lead after day one of the Russian Open on Thursday.Australian Gaunt hit three birdies, an eagle and a double bogey on the back nine alone, with Scotland's Jamieson picking up six birdies in a round of no dropped shots."It was good to bounce back on the 16th and 18th there after a double bogey at 15," Gaunt told europeantour.com."Apart from that I played great golf today. I have been playing well. Last week, I wasn't stressed about missing the cut."I got told I was playing great golf and I just came out here believing that now and if I can keep that up, one shot at a time, the results will take care of themselves."Wales' Bradley Dredge and England's Lee Slattery were a shot back on 66 at Skolkovo Golf Club.An eight-player group on four under ...

Angry Stosur, Azarenka into US Open third round NEW YORK: Samantha Stosur, the last woman to beat Serena Williams at the US Open four years ago, and two-time runner-up Victoria Azarenka made the third round Thursday.Australian 22nd seed Stosur breezed past Russia's Evgeniya Rodina -- one of two mothers to have reached the second round -- 6-1, 6-1.Stosur, 31, fired eight aces with no double faults and hit 29 winners in her quickfire win, which gave her a third-round encounter against Italian 16th ...
Konta stuns Muguruza in longest US Open women's match NEW YORK: Britain's world number 97 Johanna Konta shocked Wimbledon runner-up Garbine Muguruza in the longest women's match in US Open history on Thursday.Konta won in 3 hours 23 minutes with her 7-6 (7/4), 6-7 (4/7), 6-2 triumph eclipsing by seven minutes the previous record set in 2011 when Samantha Stosur defeated Nadia Petrova."I am so tired. I think both of us were," said Konta, who hit 10 aces and 36 winners in a match ...
Loew relishing Germany's 'week of truth' BERLIN: Germany coach Joachim Loew is relishing the world champions' 'week of truth' in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign when they host Group D leaders Poland on Friday before playing Scotland away.Germany, who have 13 points from their six qualifiers so far, find themselves in the unusual position of being second behind Poland (14) in the table and just two ahead of Scotland (11), who they play in Glasgow on Monday.Back-to-back victories over their main ...
Wales mix things up for final World Cup warm-up LONDON: Wales coach Warren Gatland has mixed up his team for their final World Cup warm up against Italy in Cardiff on Saturday, with Sam Warburton returning to captain the side as part of a new-look back row. Warburton, who sat out last week's victory over Ireland in Dublin with a shoulder injury, is back at number seven alongside James King and number eight Taulupe Faletau. Jake Ball and Dominic Day start in the second ...
Pakistan ranked 170 in FIFA rankings ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has moved one rank up from 171 to 170 in the September edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World rankings released on Thursday.Afghanistan (130) and India (155) is raked above Pakistan while Bangladesh (173) and Sri Lanka (184) are below. However there is no change at the top of the ranking, with Argentina (1st, unchanged) on 1,442 points continuing to lead the way ahead of Belgium (2nd, unchanged) and Germany (3rd, unchanged), says a press ...
Foot fracture forces Froome to withdraw from Vuelta MADRID: Tour de France winner Chris Froome has become the latest high-profile casualty in Spain's Vuelta after withdrawing before the start of Thursday's 12th stage due to a broken bone in his foot."Scans this morning confirm fractured navicular. End of the Vuelta for me," Froome posted on his official Twitter account.Froome's hopes of becoming just the third man to win the Tour and the Vuelta in the same year were realistically ended on Wednesday as ...

 



 
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