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Ogier holds off Mikkelsen to extend Poland lead WARSAW: Sebastien Ogier is on course to extend his World Rally Championship title lead after holding off team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen on the third day of the Rally of Poland on Saturday.The Frenchman -- who has won four of the opening six races of the season - steered his Volkswagen Polo to a 5.6 second advantage over Mikkelsen after the day's seventh special stage.Ogier, who arrived in Poland 66 points clear of Mads Ostberg in the overall standings, said: "I've been cleaning the roads since the start so to lead is fantastic, but we have to finish the fight tomorrow (Sunday)."I wasn't so sure about my tyre choice this afternoon because they were moving a lot. It wasn't a perfect choice," said Ogier, who was first out on Saturday as road opener.The 31-year-old -- a two-time WRC champion -- will have to fend off the attentions of Norway's Mikkelsen on Sunday ...

Double Jamaican sprint delight, but Dibaba misses world record PARIS: Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce made up for the absence of injured Usain Bolt by storming to double 100m glory in the Diamond League meet in Paris on Saturday.But there was heartbreak for Ethiopian Genzebe Dibaba who narrowly missed out on breaking her older sister Tirunesh's world record in the women's 5000m.Former 100m world record holder Powell held his nerve to power through the line in 9.81 seconds, Frenchman Jimmy Vicaut equalling ...
Monfils, Simon play one match on two courts LONDON: French stars Gael Monfils and Gilles Simon started their Wimbledon third round clash on Court One on Saturday before it was switched to a conclusion beneath the lights and roof of Centre Court.With the light fading and the match still in a fourth set, officials suspended action at just after 9:00pm (2000GMT), shortly before sunset.But with no play on the middle Sunday at the All England Club, the match was shifted so that the ...
Age just a number for Jankovic      LONDON: Jelena Jankovic insists she can recapture the form that took her to the top of the world after the Serbian veteran ended Petra Kvitova's reign as Wimbledon champion.Jankovic was ranked world number one in 2008 after reaching the US Open final and the last four at the Australian and French Opens.But the 30-year-old had been unable to maintain that form in recent years.She had slipped outside the top 25 after losing in the first ...
Murray survives injury scare to make Wimbledon last 16      LONDON: Andy Murray survived a shoulder injury scare to make the Wimbledon last 16 with a 6-2, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 win over Italy's Andreas Seppi on Saturday.Murray, the 2013 Wimbledon champion, required a medical time-out for treatment on his right shoulder after dropping the first game of the fourth set.But the world number three then reeled off six games in succession to set up a clash against Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic on Monday for a ...
Kvitova shattered by surprise Wimbledon exit LONDON: Deposed Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova admitted it will take her weeks to recover from the shock of her third round defeat against Jelena Jankovic.Kvitova had won Wimbledon twice in the last four years and had never failed to make at least the quarter-finals in her last five visits to south-west London.But she has endured an erratic spell since thrashing Eugenie Bouchard to regain the All England Club crown 12 months ago.The 25-year-old Czech's spluttering ...
Worst yet to come for McLaren: Alonso SILVERSTONE: Fernando Alonso on Saturday warned disappointed McLaren fans that things will be worse, before they are better, after he and Jenson Button failed to progress from Q1 at the British Grand Prix.Two-time champion Alonso will start 17th and 2009 champion Button 18th, the first time both failed to make the cut since the Chinese Grand Prix in April."Everything is going worse than we had expected, in principle, but once we saw the situation in ...


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