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Djokovic destroys Ferrer to set up Nadal final BEIJING: Novak Djokovic brushed off David Ferrer 6-2, 6-3 on Saturday to reach the China Open final, where old rival Rafael Nadal stands between the Serb and a sixth title in Beijing.Top-ranked Djokovic suffered the inconvenience of having his service broken for the first time at this year's tournament but he still raced to his 28th win at an event where he is yet to be beaten.In the women's semis, established names fell to rising stars as Garbine Muguruza beat Agnieszka Radwanska 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 and Timea Bacsinszky knocked out Ana Ivanovic 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.And on a cold day in Beijing, Nadal stared down his nemesis Fabio Fognini 7-5, 6-3 to reach his first hardcourt final this year as he searches to recover the form which brought him 14 Grand Slam titles.Eighth-ranked Nadal, stopped at his beloved French Open by Djokovic this year, self-effacingly said the world number one was ...

Silva, Morata out of Spain trip to Ukraine MADRID: David Silva and Alvaro Morata have been ruled out of Spain's visit to Ukraine on Monday after being forced off in the European champions 4-0 win over Luxembourg on Friday.Both players were substituted within the first half hour before two goals each from Santi Cazorla and Paco Alcacer sealed Spain's place in next year's European Championships in France."David Silva has been ruled out of the squad due to a severe sprain in the lateral ...
Crash victim Sainz intent to race, Vettel wants answers SOCHI: Carlos Sainz says he feels sore but still wants to take part in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix after escaping unhurt from a massive high-speed crash during Saturday's final practice.As Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel led calls for an explanation of the accident and the barriers' failure to prevent Sainz ramming his car beneath them in the collision, the Spanish driver sat up in his hospital bed and told his compatriots he was unhurt.The 21-year-old, who lost ...
Foley kicks Australia to victory over Wales TWICKENHAM: Bernard Foley's boot and brilliant defence saw Australia beat Wales 15-6 at Twickenham on Saturday to top the World Cup Pool of Death.Australia's eleventh victory in a row over Wales saw the Wallabies book a quarter-final against Scotland, with Wales now facing South Africa in the last eight next weekend.The Wallabies crucially remain undefeated in a tournament where every World Cup winner has reached the final without losing a game.Australia, leading 12-6, were reduced ...
Nadal ends Fognini jinx to reach Beijing final BEIJING: Rafael Nadal stared down his nemesis Fabio Fognini on Saturday with a spirited 7-5, 6-3 victory to reach the China Open final and set up a shot at a redemptive title in Beijing. Nadal has lost three times to Fognini this year, including at last month's US Open, but he redressed the balance with a tight win and will now play Novak Djokovic or David Ferrer for the trophy.The 14-time Grand Slam winner has ...
Messi to Face Jail Sentence in Spain? The Spanish State Legal Service has called for Leo Messi to serve 18-month prison sentence for tax offences committed between 2007 and 2009. Argentina and Barcelona star Lionel Messi and his father Jorge is to stand trial on three counts of tax fraud that could carry prison sentences.Spain’s public prosecutor has recommended a jail sentence totalling 18 months and fines of more than €2m for Jorge Messi for allegedly defrauding the state of €4.2m during ...
Australian state of Victoria to host 2019 Presidents Cup INCHEON: Australia's Victoria state will host the Presidents Cup in November 2019 and the next World Cup of golf in November 2016, it was announced Saturday in Incheon.US PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem told a news conference at the Jack Nicklaus Golf club that the venues and exact dates for two of golf's biggest international team events had not yet been finalized, but would take place "on one of Melbourne Sandbelt's premier courses".It is a ...


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