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Nishikori fells giant to reach Tokyo quarterss TOKYO: Defending champion Kei Nishikori toppled giant American Sam Querrey 7-6, 6-3 to reach the quarter-finals of the Japan Open on Wednesday despite failing to really catch fire.Second seed Nishikori, who was dazzling in canary-yellow shirt, headband and sneakers, struggled with a swirling wind in the early skirmishes in Tokyo before discovering his mojo in the first-set tiebreak.He raced through it 7-3 after a dipping forehand forced Querrey into a wild miss. Nishikori then secured an early break in the second set with an exquisite drop shot to afford himself the breathing space required to truly find his range.The homegrown talent finished in style, belting a backhand down the line to set up match point and plunging home the dagger with an acrobatic smash. He celebrated with a pump of the fist and a toothy grin at coach Michael Chang."It was very important to keep my focus against such a ...

Spieth fired up to bust out with big-hitting DJ INCHEON: World number one Jordan Spieth said on Wednesday he was excited at the prospect of starting his Presidents Cup campaign for the US in the foursomes alongside big-hitting Dustin Johnson. The pair will play against the International team's trans-Tasman pair of Aussie Marc Leishman and Kiwi Danny Lee in the anchor game of Thursday's opening five matches where one ball is played by both players who hit alternate shots.US captain Jay Haas said Spieth ...
Messi, Neymar out as South America World Cup journey begins MONTEVIDEO: Lionel Messi and Neymar will be absent as Brazil and Argentina set out on the road to Russia -- and redemption -- when South American qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup kick off on Thursday.Injured Messi and suspended Neymar are just two of a galaxy of stars who will be missing as the long journey to Russia 2018 begins. Uruguay will be without Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani while Colombia's James Rodriguez is also ...
Philippines' Pacquiao says close to retirement MANILA: Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao announced Wednesday he would likely retire next year after one last fight to focus on a career in politics, hopefully as a senator.The born-again Christian, winner of an unprecedented eight world titles in as many weight divisions and at times touted as a future president of the Philippines, said he had taken career advice from God."I think I'm ready (to retire). I've been in boxing for more than 20 ...
Nicklaus says Spieth versus Day 'may happen' INCHEON: Golf legend Jack Nicklaus said on Wednesday that he would like nothing better than to see Jordan Spieth battle Jason Day in Sunday's Presidents Cup singles on the course that bears his name.A match-up of the two best players in the world who have carried off three of the season's Majors is a mouth-watering and likely prospect, said Nicklaus, who himself won 18 majors and has captained the US side four times in Presidents ...
Howells rocket inspires Romania to World Cup upset LEICESTER: Romania coach Lynn Howells ordered his team to "pull your socks up" at half-time and the East Europeans pulled off the biggest comeback in World Cup history against Canada on Tuesday.Romania captain Mihai Macovei got two second half tries as his side fought back from 15-0 down to beat their stunned Canadian opponents 17-15.Howells team could just sneak third place in Pool D and an automatic qualifying place for the 2019 World Cup if ...
England ring the changes for Uruguay LONDON: Coach Stuart Lancaster has made a nine changes for England's final game of the Rugby World Cup against Uruguay on Saturday, with backs Henry Slade, Jack Nowell, Danny Care and Alex Goode getting their first taste of the tournament. George Ford returns at flyhalf with Owen Farrell shunting over to inside centre, the positions they filled during the second half of last Saturday's 33-13 defeat by Australia that ended England's chances of making the ...


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