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CBA finishes in 2nd place at Shore Coaches Invitational

first_img By tim morris Staff Writer CBA finishes in 2nd place at Shore Coaches Invitational JEFF HUNTLEY Victor Vientos of St. John Vianney runs in Shore Coaches Invitational at Holmdel Park on Saturday. Christian Brothers Academy’s goal at Saturday’s Shore Coaches Invitational was to see how the team stacked up against Cherokee, ranked 18th in the country. The Lincroft Colts were looking to make their own bid for a national ranking and did not hurt themselves by finishing a close second to the state’s top-ranked team at Holmdel Park. Cherokee captured the Varsity A race over the Colts, 64-73. The Colts had a five-runner total time of 1:23:30.4 for a 16:42 average, while the Chiefs totaled 1:22:57.5 and 16:35.5. Cherokee’s Marc Pelerin got the Chiefs off to a great start with his second-place 15:58.7. Leading CBA was Tom Falvey, who finished seventh in the fastest race of the day following a 16:26.7. Nat Glackin (16:33.4) and Trevor Rozier-Byrd (16:35.8) were 10th and 11th. JEFF HUNTLEY AND THEY’RE OFF — Cross-country runners head into the woods of Holmdel Park during Saturday’s Shore Coaches Invitational. Jeffrey Peterson was the Colts’ fourth runner and finished 17th overall (16:42.4), while Eric Reulbach (17:12.1) rounded out the scoring in 33rd. The Varsity A race was a very hot one, with Marlboro’s Ty Jensen turning in a scorching 15:56.4 in beating Pelerin. CBA will try to edge closer to the national standings on Saturday when the Colts travel to venerable Van Cortlandt Park in New York for the Manhattan Invitational. A strong showing there would provide the Colts with a strong case. Led by Craig Segal (17:22), Holmdel’s boys were a distant second in Varsity D to Delbarton (31-126). Dave Andril (17:35) was 19th. St. John Vianney’s Roger Ellis (17:17.1) was the top local finisher in this Varsity D race, placing ninth. Lancer teammate Victor Vientos (17:30) was 17th, and the Lancers were fourth (163). Tom Santifort helped Mater Dei take third place in the Varsity F division (151). Santifort was third in the division, clocking 17:30. Keith D’Ambrosio was 23rd (18:29). Martin Walsh (17:29) and Ben Graf (17:32) were 22nd and 23rd in the Varsity B race and helped the Middletown South Eagles take sixth place (158). Middletown South’s girls got a look at their local and state competition as well at the Shore Coaches and discovered that they are right there with them. The Eagles were third in a very tight Varsity B race. Westfield took home top honors with 74 points, followed closely by Morristown (78) and Middletown South (82). It was even closer in total time with Morristown winning that battle with a 1:46:10.5 (21:14.1 average) over Westfield, 1:46:22.1, for a 21:16.4 average. Middletown South averaged 21:19.3 after its five runners totaled 1:46:36.5. Nicole Lombardy paced the Eagles, finishing in fifth place (20:44). Lisa Zino was eighth (20:57.2). Rickie Lee DeMaio (21:28.3) was the Eagles’ No. 3 runner, finishing 17th overall. Lauren Dike (21:32.1) was 20th and Julia Baratta (21:54.9) 32nd to round out South’s scoring five. The Eagles’ total time of 1:46:36.5 was the eighth best of the day. (Hunterdon Central was first with 1:42:42.4.) Among Shore area teams, the Eagles trailed only Red Bank Catholic, winner of Varsity D, which totaled 1:45:50.9 (20:58.1 average) to place fourth overall. South finished ahead of Rumson-Fair Haven, winner of Varsity E, which averaged 21:31.4 after the Bulldogs teamed up to run 1:47:37.0. RBC, Middletown South and Rumson will face off on Oct. 24 at Holmdel Park for the Monmouth County Championship and again on Nov. 4 for the Shore Conference title. Holmdel’s Christina Vullo was the top area finisher, placing second to Parsippany’s Kim Pereia (19:36.1-19:59.4) in the Varsity D race. Vullo’s time was the 11th fastest of the day. Ashley Folchetti ran a 20:28.9 and was sixth for the Hornets. Her mark was the 26th best of the day. Holmdel was fourth (151) behind champion Red Bank Catholic (70). Laura Carpenter turned in a 20:31 for St. John Vianney in that D race, which put her in seventh place. Her time was 28th best of the day.last_img read more

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Sport Shorts

first_imgThe last session of the Kevin Boyle Basketball Camp will be held at A.L. Johnson High School in Clark Aug. 13-17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with early drop-off available for girls and boys ages 7-16. Instruction is foremost with Boyle, head coach of the St. Patrick Celtics in Elizabeth. The final week’s special guest will be Duke University’s All-American guard Jason Williams. New for the Kevin Boyle Basketball Clinic is a personal training program — either individual or private workouts by appointment for boys and girls. The second annual Kevin Boyle Basketball Boot Camp will be held this fall at various gyms to teach preseason practice habits. For more information, call Kelly Boyle at (732) 574-9733. The Aberdeen-Keyport women’s fall softball league is holding registration. The 18-and-over teams will play on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. from September through November. For more information, call (732) 264-7039. Tryouts for the women’s soccer and women’s tennis teams at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, will be held this month. For more information call (732) 224-2044 (soccer) or (732) 224-2377 (tennis).last_img read more

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Eagles harriers building on confidence from outdoor track

first_imgBy TIM MORRIS Staff Writer This could, potentially, be the finest girls cross-country season in Monmouth County. As many as six teams could be ranked in the top 20 before all is said and done.Middletown High School South is one of the teams in that mix.The two-time defending NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III champion Eagles have their top seven from last year all returning, “which is great for us,” said head coach Bill Clifton, who coaches the team with his wife, Kathleen.The real good news for Middletown South is that all of the Eagles are ahead of the pace they were setting in workouts at this time last year.They also have something else going for them. Last spring, the 4×800-meter relay team of Sylvie Evarts, Brianna Haspel, Christina Rutkowski and Cassidy Weimer won the Group III state championship, broke the school record, finished second at the Meet of Champions (MOC) and qualified for the national outdoor championships. Those results gave the foursome, part of the Eagles’ core, a great deal of confidence heading into the crosscountry season.“They liked the feeling [of winning the state championship and setting school records], and want it again,” said Bill Clifton, who sees no reason why they can’t duplicate that success this fall.All four are not just track runners, though. They are proven cross-country harriers, leading the team to back-to-back state sectional titles. All are seniors except for Evarts, who is a junior.Rutkowski posted a 19:14 on Holmdel Park’s hilly 5K layout last fall, making her the 15th fastest returnee in the state.“She has really established herself,” Clifton said.Rutkowski, Weimer and Haspel, according to Clifton, give the Eagles “firepower up top.”Senior Christi Caccamo is running with more confidence after setting personal bests during the outdoor track season.Evarts and another junior, Marykate Himmelberg, are the fifth and sixth runners.Sophomore Gianna Campanale and senior Bridgette Laurence are vying for the seventh spot on the team.What makes the Eagles such a good cross-country team is that their runners are tightly packed and all very good.In winning the sectional title, Rutkowski, Weimer, Himmelberg, Caccamo and Haspel went 2-7-19-20-21.If anything, the pack is even closer this year, as the Eagles prepare against some of the best teams in the state by competing in the A North Division and at the Monmouth County Championships.To win A North, the Eagles must go through Freehold Township High School, everyone’s wild card this fall. Three-quarters of the Patriots’ MOC-winning 4×800 relay team have given up soccer to join an already solid club. They bring their sub- 2:20 800-meter speed to the new discipline. They have the potential to be among the best teams in the state if they can make the transition to the hills of Holmdel and the longer 3.1-mile race.A date hasn’t been set for the dual meet between the teams. It may be part of a trimeet with always dangerous Colts Neck High School.In the Monmouth County meet at Holmdel Park, the Eagles and Patriots will race against two of the state’s powerhouses, Red Bank Catholic (RBC) High School and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, who are preseason top-five picks in the state. They bring with them incredible depth and championship pedigree.Added to the mix is St. John Vianney High School, which only has the best tandem in the state in seniors Courtney Thompson (18:28) and Tara Connelly (18:35), who rank third and fifth among those harriers. Thompson won the county championship in 2012 and, with Connelly first to the line, they went one-two at the Non-Public A state championship meet last year.If the Lancers can develop some quality behind their leading tandem, watch out.Holmdel High School bears watching because of Marin Warner (19:14) and the Hornets’ quality depth.The county has never been this loaded before. You could have teams that win a state championship in November who won’t be their county champion. This will be like a state championship meet.The battle for the individual champion is just as loaded, with seven of the top 10 finishers from 2012 back, led by Thompson (first) and Connelly (third).Also back are Warner (fourth), Red Bank Regional High School’s Krysten Gilmartin (fifth), Middletown High School North’s Alexandra Juzwiak (sixth), RBC’s Eryn Mills (seventh) and Rutkowski (10th).Before the county championships, the Eagles will run at the Battle at Ocean County Park in Lakewood on Sept. 20, the Passaic County Coaches Invitational at Garrett Mountain in Woodland Park on Sept. 28 and the X/C Fall Classic at Jamesburg’s Thompson Park on Oct. 12, site of the Central Jersey state sectional.last_img read more

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Return of injured Huskies fuels rebound from 0-3 start

first_imgThe outlook of Matawan Regional High School’s football team for making the playoffs as defending NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group II champion appeared bleak when it got off to an 0-3 start.Three wins later, there’s been a mood swing, and the Huskies now can take a huge step Oct. 26 if they win at Long Branch — a team much tougher than its 2-4 record that is also looking to keep alive an outside shot of making the playoffs. Matawan’s final three games of the regular season are on the road.“We’re starting to get healthy at some skill spots, which helps a lot,” coach John Kaye said after his team crushed Holmdel High School, 35-7, Oct. 16.Most of the returning players sat out those three opening losses, including running back Makiya Ceasar, who scored three touchdowns on runs of 49, 1 and 9 yards against Holmdel. He has 548 yards on 83 carries and nine touchdowns in limited action.Two other players welcomed back recently are quarterback George Pearson and running back/linebacker Derek Wiley, who returned against Holmdel after recovering from knee surgery.Pearson completed an 8-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Phillip — his third touchdown in three games. Pearson has completed 15 of 34 passes for 447 yards. Shawn Ramcheran had two touchdowns, including an interception runback. “It’s nice to score defensively. We haven’t done that in a while,” Kaye said.Alex Pierce caught three passes for 90 yards and had an interception on defense.Kaye also praised the efforts of Jake Burlew, who stood in at quarterback the first three games and has since moved back to wide receiver. He completed 22 of 36 passes for 226 yards.While the skill positions are healthier, center Dave Sherman continues to sit out with an ankle injury, and his status is day-to-day.“We’ll see how he progresses; it’s hard to tell because an ankle injury is tricky,” Kaye said.The upcoming scenario resembles a year ago when Matawan started 0-2. Kaye said the team has to be ready to go toe-to-toe with Long Branch, which lost a pair of games by the score of 28-0 to Red Bank Catholic High School (Sept. 11) and Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School (Oct. 9) and comes off a 40-14 loss to Ocean Township High School Oct. 16.“We have to answer the bell physically against them,” Kaye said. “They line up and try to punch you in the mouth — a typical Long Branch team, a strong offensive team.”Matawan’s final game at the cutoff for state playoff consideration is Oct. 31 against Manasquan High School (3-3). By WAYNE WITKOWSKI Correspondent last_img read more

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Froome poised for Tour glory, Quintana wins stage

first_imgBy Julien PretotChris Froome virtually sealed his maiden Tour de France title with yet another strong climbing performance in Saturday’s penultimate stage won by Colombia’s Nairo Quintana.Britain’s Froome leads Quintana by 5:03 overall, with Spain’s Joaquim Rodriguez jumping into third 5:47 off the pace after Alberto Contador, the 2007 and 2009 champion, slipped out of the top three when he cracked in the final ascent of the 125-km 20th stage.Contador, who was dripping with sweat on the slopes of Semnoz, is fourth 7:10 behind Froome going into Sunday’s final stage, a festive parade from Versailles to Paris with only the final sprint being contested.Barring a crash, Team Sky’s Froome will succeed compatriot and team mate Bradley Wiggins, who missed this year’s race because of a knee injury.“I think for the GC (general classification), this time it’s done,” said Froome.“Tomorrow will be for the sprinters. We, are done.”Slovakian Peter Sagan is set to retain the green jersey after opening an unassailable lead in the points classification over Mark Cavendish, who will look to claim his fifth straight win on the Champs-Elysées on Sunday.On his Tour debut, Quintana is also about to secure the white jersey for the best Under-25 rider as well as the polka-dot jersey for the best climber.“I can’t ask for more. I almost have everything, it’s fantastic. Thank you to my team mates and my sports directors, who have helped me achieve this,” the 23-year-old, Colombia’s first stage winner since Mauricio Soler in 2007, told reporters.Quintana of the Movistar team sped away with one kilometre left in the final climb, dropping Froome who had earlier shaken up a group of favourites with a trademark attack – rooted to his saddle, jutting elbows and nodding head.Froome was then overtaken by Rodriguez, who had worked hard in front of Quintana and the Briton in the final kilometres to distance Contador and become the second rider to feature on all grand Tours podiums without winning any of them.last_img read more

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Phelps sentenced to 18 months probation for drunken driving

first_imgBy Steve GinsburgAmerican swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol and received 18 months of supervised probation and a one-year suspended jail sentence.The 18-time Olympic gold medalist was arrested for drunken driving early on September 30 after speeding and then crossing the double yellow lines inside a Baltimore tunnel, police said.“The last three months of my life have been some of the hardest times I’ve ever gone through, some of the biggest learning experiences I’ve ever had,” the 29-year-old, wearing a dark suit, white shirt and blue tie, told reporters.“I’m happy to be moving forward. I’ll continue to grow from this.”Phelps, known as the ‘Baltimore Bullet’, was clocked by radar at around 1:40 am traveling 84 miles per hour (135 kph) in a 45-mph (72-kph) zone, police said, adding that he blew a .14 on a Breathalyser, nearly twice the legal limit of .08 in Maryland.He faced up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.“I hope we don’t have this conversation again and I’m optimistic that we won’t have this conversation again,” Judge Nathan Braverman told Phelps during his sentencing.Among the observers in the courtroom were Phelps’ mother, Debbie, his two sisters, and close friend Ray Lewis, the retired 13-time Pro Bowl linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens.Police said an officer followed Phelps’ 2014 Land Rover onto northbound Interstate 95, through the Fort McHenry Tunnel, and pulled him over just beyond the tunnel’s toll plaza.The drunken-driving arrest was the second for Phelps, who has spent most his life working feverishly in the pool but admits he likes to have a good time when not competing.Following his arrest, Phelps, who is eyeing a spot on the US team for the 2016 Olympics, was suspended for six months by USA Swimming and barred from representing the United States at the 2015 FINA World Swimming Championships in Russia.Phelps said he completed a 45-day rehab program at an Arizona treatment centre following his arrest, continues aftercare in Baltimore, and will participate in Alcoholics Anonymous.“What I did was wrong, and I made a bad mistake,” Phelps told Braverman. “I’m looking forward to having a much brighter future than I had in the past.”Phelps was charged in Salisbury, Maryland, in 2004 for drunken driving. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of driving while impaired in exchange for 18 months’ probation.last_img read more

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APOEL take Cup glory but final marred by violence

first_imgBy Andreas VouAPOEL clinched their 21st Cyprus Cup and their second in successive seasons with a convincing 4-2 victory over AEL on Wednesday but the game was marred by fan violence midway through the second half.While there was a lot to be admired about the action on the pitch, only the opposite could be said about what took place in the stands as objects were launched onto the playing surface and at the APOEL dugout by AEL supporters just after the Nicosia side’s fourth goal, leading to a lengthy delay.League leaders APOEL were the favourites to lift the trophy going into the game against an AEL side who had not won since the first week of March. However, it was the team from Limassol who started the brighter of the two and took the lead after just 11 minutes.A free-kick from Luciano Bebe found an unmarked Maic Sema who headed the ball past veteran APOEL goalkeeper Dionisis Chiotis, who was deputising for the injured Urko Pardo.The goal seemed to give APOEL the wake-up call they needed. Just as he did after AEK Larnaca took an early lead on Saturday, Tomas De Vincenti brought the Cup holders level with a free-kick which looked to be intended as a cross, but AEL’s Karim Fegrouche misjudged the flight of the ball as it looped over his head and into the goal.AEL came close to regaining the lead before the break when Sema broke clear of the defence but his left-foot strike was diverted onto the post by Chiotis, and the Swede could only find the side-netting with the rebound.AEL would be left to rue their missed opportunities as, just three minutes later, APOEL took the lead. Stathis Aloneftis’ cross was only half dealt with by the AEL defence and Giorgos Efrem was on hand to stab the ball home from close range.Just as he ended the first-half, Efrem started the second as the Cypriot forward doubled his personal tally and extended APOEL’s lead to 3-1 after another error from Fegrouch.The goalkeeper rushed out of his area but was beaten to the ball by De Vincenti who played it wide to Efrem, who had the simple task of passing the ball into an empty net.The Cup was wrapped up and sealed for APOEL when John Arne Riise, as he did so often in his time at Liverpool, hit a thunderous left-footed free-kick, off the post and into the net.As APOEL fans rejoiced, a large section of AEL supporters vented their discontent by throwing flares and rocks onto the field which led to a near forty-five minute delay.Czech referee Pavel Kralovec halted play and guided both sets of players and staff back to the changing rooms until the violence subsided. The game resumed with the majority of AEL fans having left the stadium and those remaining fighting police officers.The Cyprus News Agency reported that fires were lit in the streets outside the stadium and the surrounding area.AEL claimed a late second through Valentinos Sielis but their nightmare sequence in Cup finals continues; their latest heartbreak makes it their sixth consecutive final where they ended up as runners-up.For APOEL, they extend their record Cup haul to 21 and remain on course to repeat last year’s double if they earn just a point in their final game of the season this coming Sunday against Ermis.last_img read more

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Australia executed perfect game plan, says Johnson

first_imgBy Ed OsmondAustralia have hit back hard following their surprise defeat in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff, fast bowler Mitchell Johnson said after his team took complete control of the second match at Lord’s.They piled up 566 for eight declared before reducing England to 85 for four on the second day and are in a commanding position to level the series at 1-1.“We came here, won the toss and were able to put the runs on the board and put England under pressure straightaway,” Johnson, who claimed two wickets, told Sky Sports.“We knew the wicket would have a bit more bounce than Cardiff. The boys have done well. They’ve started this Test match really well after Cardiff.”The Australian pace attack quickly knocked over Adam Lyth, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell and Joe Root, who made a superb century in Cardiff to lay the foundation for England’s victory.“The plan was to go pretty hard at Root – be more aggressive, don’t let him settle,” Johnson said.“In English conditions, we talk about bowling fuller than we would back home. We know Ballance is deep in the crease but it’s nice when a plan comes off like that.”England fast bowler Stuart Broad, who took four wickets, attempted to sound positive after a second successive chastening day for the hosts.“We have to try our best to avoid the follow-on (target 367),” he said.“We will hope for blue skies in the morning and then we have to apply ourselves. There are no demons in the pitch but we had a ropey 20 minutes earlier. We’ve still got a chance to bat big.“We’ve got 16 wickets to play with in this Test. If people get in and play to their game plan, they’re going to be hard to get rid of.”England collapsed to 30 for four, exactly as they did on the first morning of the opening Test against New Zealand at Lord’s in May, before recovering to 85 for four.They fought back to beat the Kiwis in an enthralling Test match but, 481 runs behind the Australians, salvaging a draw appears to be England’s only realistic hope.last_img read more

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Bayern’s unstoppable force faces Juve’s immovable defence

first_imgNOT much has thwarted the predatory instincts of Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski this season but even that dynamic duo will have their work cut out to pierce the rock-solid Juventus defence on Tuesday (9.45pm).Muller and Lewandowski have scored a remarkable 56 goals between them in all competitions this season but in Tuesday’s Champions League last-16 round they will be up against a Juve rearguard which has kept nine successive clean sheets.It is one of many reasons why the tie at the Juventus Stadium is likely to be a titanic duel between the champions and leaders of Italy’s Serie A and Germany’s Bundesliga, even though Juve would lose top spot if Napoli beat AC Milan last night.Both are unbeaten in all competitions since early December and both have exactly the same record in their last 10 matches – nine wins and one draw.Bayern’s last reverse, one of only two all season for Pep Guardiola’s outfit, was against Borussia Monchengladbach on December 5 while Juventus have not been beaten since they lost 1-0 at Sevilla in the Champions League on December 8.There will also be a return to savour for Bayern midfielder Arturo Vidal, back at the club he helped to four Serie A titles in a row, while Juve striker Mario Mandzukic is also in line to face his former team-mates.“We know that Bayern are one of the three best teams in the world, but we’re playing at home and Juventus Stadium will give us a real boost,” said Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli.“Every team has its weaknesses and it’s our job to find them.”Vidal has already promised he will not celebrate if he scores and told Gazzetta dello Sport that he was relishing the prospect of facing Paul Pogba in midfield.The teams last met in the quarter-finals of the same competition three seasons ago, when Bayern won both legs 2-0. Since that second leg, Juventus have played 16 European home games without defeat.Overall, Juventus and Bayern have met eight times with only two wins for Juventus – the last in 2005.Former Bayern forward Miroslav Klose summed up the difficulties facing the Bavarians.“I know from my own experience that it’s very, very hard to score against Juve,” said Klose who now plays in Serie A with Lazio.“They’re very compact and their defence is very organised even when they lose possession but they also have great quality in the centre and up front.“You don’t want to go a goal down against them, that just makes it even harder.”He added: “Bayern might make it difficult for Juve in their own half with aggressive pressing. They have to disrupt their build-up play and be quick on the break. This is Juve’s weakness if you can call it one after so many wins.”last_img read more

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Murray battles past Stepanek in cliffhanger, Nadal races through

first_imgAndy Murray survived a nervy fifth-set decider against Czech veteran Radek Stepanek to complete a 3-6 3-6 6-0 6-3 7-5 comeback win and scrape into the French Open second round on Tuesday.The second seed had been tormented by the 37-year-old Stepanek the previous evening, being outplayed in the opening two sets, but had repaired some of the damage before play was suspended with him leading 4-2 in the fourth set.On the resumption Murray survived two break points in his opening service game before levelling the match but a reinvigorated and inspired Stepanek refused to go away quietly, producing some inspired shot-making.Briton Murray was two points from defeat when serving at 4-5 but held his nerve and broke in the next game.Murray double-faulted on his first match point but sealed victory, the ninth of his career from a two-set deficit, when Stepanek netted an attempted drop-volley two points later.Murray sportingly applauded Stepanek off the court as the Court Philippe Chatrier crowd showed their appreciation for the efforts of the oldest man in the men’s draw.Murray, three-times a semi-finalist at Roland Garros, next faces French wildcard Mathias Bourge. Elsewhere, Rafael Nadal started his quest for a record-breaking 10th French Open title in merciless fashion, demolishing Australian Sam Groth 6-1 6-1 6-1.The fourth-seeded Spaniard, who will play either Argentine Facundo Bagnis or French qualifier Kenny de Schepper in the second round, played flawless tennis throughout, making only three unforced errors in a one-sided match.Nadal, who turns 30 next week, has won two titles on clay this season, including the Monte Carlo Masters in April.He ended his opponent’s misery with a trademark cross-court forehand winner on his second match point on Court Suzanne Lenglenlast_img read more

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