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16.11.2019 04:11
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BIRIMINGHAM, England -- Aleksandra Wozniak of Blainville, Que., advanced to the third round of the Aegon Classic with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Britains Johanna Konta on Wednesday. Wozniak saved four of five break points and converted four of her five break opportunities in her second straight win over a British opponent at the tournament. Woznaik next plays fourth seed Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium. Flipkens defeated Italys Camila Giorgi 6-3, 6-2. Also Wednesday, former U.S. Open champion Sam Stosur, won her opener 6-1, 6-3 against Christina McHale of the United States, moving well on the lush grass and looking buoyant despite her Paris disappointment. The Australian quelled an American fightback, which carried McHale to within a point of 4-all in the second set, by delivering three good first serves just at the most risky moments. Stosur suggested she may have conquered her emotions as well, after wasting a set lead to Sharapova in the fourth round. "Its a bit of a weird feeling, because I was so close and then I lost nine games in a row. What happened?" she said of the Sharapova setback. "After a couple of days thinking about it, I realized I did play a very good tournament, probably the best for a few months. But, yeah, you still think, Wow, thats an opportunity kind of gone by." Stosurs response is trying not to be too hard on herself, nor expecting to respond with the best tennis she has ever played, and focusing on day-by-day steps to the final. She is seeded for a final on Sunday with Ana Ivanovic, the former world No. 1 from Serbia. First, though, she has to get past a meeting tomorrow with her Aussie compatriot Casey Dellacqua before a potentially difficult quarter-final. That would be against either the titleholder, Daniela Hantuchova, or the amazing 43-year-old Kimiko Date-Krumm. The former Wimbledon semifinalist from Japan saved a match point in a dramatic 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7) win over Monica Puig of Puerto Rico. -- With files from The Associated Press. Fausse Air Max 97 Plus . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night. Vapormax Noir Pas Cher Chine .Steamboat Ski Resort contends Steamboat Springs, Colorado has long been known as Ski Town, U.S.A., and claims in a new lawsuit that Salt Lake tourism officials violated their trademark when they rolled out the Ski City marketing campaign last month. http://www.outletairmaxpascher.fr/fausse...x-90-femme.html. Perhaps as important, shes sending a message to 17-year-old gold medal favourite Sara Takanashi of Japan. Iraschko-Stolz relegated Takanashi, who has 10 World Cup victories this season, to second place in two of three training jumps Saturday. Fausse Air Max Pas Cher . PAUL, Minn. Air Max 97 Plus France .C. - Blair Jones scored the eventual winner in the third period as the Abbotsford Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Oil Barons 3-2 in American Hockey League action on Friday.Brooklyn, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - SirDominic Pointer posted career highs of 24 points and seven steals to lead No. 17 St. Johns to an 82-57 rout of Tulane at Barclays Center. The Red Storm (11-1) built a 47-22 halftime lead and forced 17 turnovers in moving to 11-1, the programs best 12-game start since the 1985-86 season. DAngelo Harrison contributed 21 points and Rysheed Jordan had 12 in St. Johns seventh straight victory since a loss to No. 8 Gonzaga on Nov. 28. Jonathan Stark paced Tulane (9-3) with 15 points and Louis Dabney finished with 12 in the loss, the Green Waves second this week to a ranked opponent. Tulane was coming off a 66-57 setback at No. 13 Washington on Monday. Tulane hit five of its first seven shots, but went 4-of-18 over the remainder of the opening half and committed 11 turnovers, many of which led to easy St. Johns points in transition. Four of those miscues came during an 18-5 Red Storm run that turned an early deficit into a 24-14 lead just past the midway mark of the first half. Seven straight points, capped by Pointers layup off one of his six steals of the period, later on had St.dddddddddddd Johns up comfortably at 31-16 with 5 1/2 minutes to go before the intermission. The Red Storm finished out the stanza with a flourish, closing the half on a 14-0 tear to account for their 25-point advantage at the break. Jordan ended the frame with a run-out slam after blocking a shot. Tulane failed to cut its deficit under 21 points during an evenly played second half in which Harrison put up 13 points to help St. Johns stay in front by a sizeable margin. Game Notes Harrison has now scored 1,829 career points and passed both Zendon Hamilton and Bob Zawoluk to occupy fourth place on the Red Storms all-time list ... Jordan returned to action after sitting out Mondays win over Long Beach State with a stomach virus ... Pointers previous career best was 18 points, set against LIU-Brooklyn on Nov. 19 ... The Red Storms seven-game win streak is their first since Nov. 22-Dec. 20, 2008 ... Tulane has lost 30 straight to ranked teams ... St. Johns opens Big East play on Wednesday with a visit to Seton Hall. ' ' '

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