UWF women’s tennis preseason video Head coach Derrick Racine gives you a preview of the 2015 tennis season for UWF UWF Athletic Communications PENSACOLA, Fla. – University of West Florida women’s tennis head coach Derrick Racine sits down to preview the 2015 season. Racine talks about the team’s goals and expectations for the upcoming season and introduces newcomers to the UWF tennis program. West Florida will begin their season on the road on Feb. 6 as they face NAIA opponent Auburn Montgomery at 1 p.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version Share
Sevastova, who ranks 44th in the WTA rank, gave up 3-6, 4-6 to the Frenchman Kristina Mladenovich, who is in a higher position in the ranking.Losing in the first round, Sevastov finished the tournament with one WTA ranking. Her next stop will be the US Open.Sevastova already had two breakballs in the second game, but they were not used, while Mladenoviča broke the serve of Liepāja and reached 2-1. The Latvian tennis player could not deprive the opponent of his service, moreover, in the ninth game she was beaten – 6-3 in favor of Mladenovich.In the second set, Sevastova lost her first two serves, resulting in a 0-4 lead. Two convincing breaks and the opponent’s loss of confidence helped her reach 4-4. Mladenovich recovered at the right moment and returned to the lead with convincing service. In the next game, she broke Sevastova’s serve again and scored 6-4 for both the set and the match.Sevastova had two double mistakes in this match, while the opponent had eight. Mladenovich also performed three elusive services, but Sevastova was left without “passes”.The two tennis players have previously competed against each other three times. Ten years ago, Sevastov won the tournament in Strasbourg, but last year he dropped out of the second set in Rome in Mladenovich. In mid-October last year, in the second round of the Moscow tournament, the Frenchman won three sets, entering Sevastov’s long series of losses.This was the second tournament for Sevastova after the season resumed. Less than two weeks ago, she made concessions to Romanian Irina Begu in the first round of the Prague International Championship.This season, she has won only one of nine games, winning the Federation Cup over Serene Williams. In the WTA tour, the Latvian tennis player has not overcome the first round in six tournaments in a row this season, therefore the balance of Liepaja is 0-7.This summer, Sevastova took part in two show tournaments in Germany, winning one of them. She was also part of the Latvian national team in the Estonian-Latvian match in Tallinn, conceding the leading tennis players of the northern neighbors in both singles. Rank points were not shared in these tournaments.Mladenovich returned to the tournament in Palermo on the tour, where in the first match he acknowledged the superiority of the Russian Ekaterina Alexandrov. She has won three games in nine matches in the WTA Main Event this season.Mladenovich is better known as a doubles specialist, taking the high third place in the doubles match. Earlier this year, she triumphed with the Hungarian Tímá Babosz in the Australian Open and won her fourth Grand Slam doubles title.During her career, she has won one single-player title (in 2017 in St. Petersburg) and 23 doubles trophies.The tournament takes place in New York at the US Tennis Association’s National Tennis Center, named after Billy Gin King, where the US Open will begin at the end of August. Matches take place on outdoor courts on a hard surface.The Western & Southern Open tournament usually takes place in Cincinnati, but this time it has been moved to New York so that tennis players do not have to travel before the US Open, which would increase the risk of Covid-19 infection.Others are currently reading “Lidl” or “Aldi”? The British have found out which is the cheapest and which is the most expensive grocery store Lukashenko has ordered the closure of striking companies “Accepting yourself with a beard is the best I’ve learned in this life.” After several years of struggling with facial hair, the woman decides not to hide it anymore
(Field Level Media) Reggie Bullock hit a 5-foot fadeaway jumper at the buzzer with an assist from former Raptor Jose Calderon, giving the Detroit Pistons a 106-104 victory at Toronto yesterday. Blake Griffin scored 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help Detroit come back from a 19-point, third-quarter deficit.The win made it a happy return to Toronto for Pistons coach Dwane Casey, who was fired in the offseason after seven seasons as the Raptors’ coach. Casey received a warm ovation and a video tribute to mark his return.Langston Galloway and Reggie Jackson each had 13 points for the Pistons, who gave Toronto its second consecutive loss, both at home. Stanley Johnson added 12 points for Detroit, and Andre Drummond had 11 points and 14 rebounds.Kawhi Leonard scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Toronto. Greg Monroe, playing for Serge Ibaka (sore right knee), add 17 points and nine rebounds, Pascal Siakam also had 17 points, and Jonas Valanciunas and Kyle Lowry scored 14 points apiece.The Raptors took an 11-point lead into the fourth quarter, but the Pistons cut the deficit to four on Jackson’s pullup jumper with 7:57 to play. Johnson hit a two 3-pointers and Jackson made a jumper and a layup to put Detroit ahead 100-97 with 4:29 left.Toronto’s OG Anunoby missed two free throws, but Leonard cut Detroit’s lead to one on a driving layup.Leonard missed his first free throw with 3:00 to play on a clear-path foul but made his second to tie the game at 100. Toronto was called for traveling, and Drummond’s put-back layup put Detroit back into the lead. Griffin hit a jumper to make the lead four points with two minutes left.Lowry put in layup and Leonard made a jumper for Toronto to tie the game at 104 with 38.8 seconds left.Toronto regained possession with 10 seconds to play, but Leonard lost the ball with two seconds on the clock. After one Toronto block, Bullock put in a layup to give Detroit the win.
BALTIMORE — It doesn’t take long to explain why the Orioles fell 4-2 to Seattle on Wednesday night, snapping an all-too-brief two-game winning streak. A lineup that sleepwalked through seven innings, a few poor pitches in an otherwise solid seven-inning outing from Wei-Yin Chen, and an eighth-inning baserunning blunder from Jimmy Paredes all played major parts in the Orioles once again falling three games below .500 at 17-20. No matter how you slice it, the Orioles haven’t been able to put it all together as Memorial Day is nearly upon us. “We haven’t played consistent baseball all year,” said Steve Pearce, who’s just one of several key players who have significantly underperformed so far in 2015. “It’s still early. We haven’t been playing good baseball all year and we’re still right [there in the standings]. We have a chance to turn this around; we’re not pressing yet. We’re only a quarter of the way through the season.”Even with an array of injuries and significant concerns at the corner outfield spots, the Orioles find themselves just one game behind New York and Tampa Bay in the loss column for first place in the American League East. The best thing going for the Orioles is the performance of the rest of the division through the first 6 1/2 weeks of the 2015 season as all five teams lost on Wednesday. After jumping out to a 21-12 start, the Yankees have now lost seven of eight with leadoff hitter and center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury joining starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka on the 15-day disabled list. The Yankees are old, injury-prone, and too dependent on the back end of their bullpen, making it difficult to love their chances over a 162-game marathon. So far, Boston has been the biggest disappointment in the AL East despite its spending spree over the winter. The pitching has improved of late — it still doesn’t inspire much confidence and already cost pitching coach Juan Nieves his job earlier this month — but a Red Sox lineup touted as baseball’s best entering the season has scored fewer runs than any club in the AL East. The Toronto Blue Jays have hit as well as everyone predicted, but their pitching has been as poor as anyone could have feared, allowing the most runs in the league. Their poor play and reports of unrest in the clubhouse have led to speculation of manager John Gibbons’ job being in danger. Under new manager Kevin Cash, the Rays have been the biggest surprise, overcoming a slew of injuries to begin the season with a 22-19 mark to pull into a first-place tie with New York. Tampa Bay has pitched well and scored more runs than most would have expected, but the season-ending loss of Alex Cobb and the prospects of Drew Smyly trying to rehab a torn labrum in his pitching shoulder will create doubt about the Rays’ long-term chances for prosperity. Those realities do not mean that all will be fine for the Orioles as you can spell out their issues in a similar manner, but they do remind you that expressions of concern exist throughout the AL East. No team has separated itself from the pack to this point as it’s looking more likely that we’ll see an AL East champion fall shy of the 95-win mark for the first time since 2000 when the Yankees won only 87 contests. For now, I’ll stand by my preseason prediction of the Orioles winning the AL East with 89 victories even though I share in the same concerns of many fans. But even if Baltimore isn’t the one left standing at the end of the season, I’m feeling confident about that win total getting it done for the winning club.In short, you can be as concerned about the Orioles as you’d like after 37 games. Just know that they’re not alone in what’s been an underwhelming AL East so far.
Amazing movies best funny animals Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! TYSON FURY left a landlord lost for words when he knocked at his pub to borrow a special pint glass.The WBC heavyweight champion found exactly what he was looking for – then casually jogged three miles home.Tyson Fury grinned as he posed for a picture with pub landlord Bill JohnstonCredit: Facebook / The Canal TurnFury, 31, was on a mission to get himself a new glass to replace the one he had broken at his home.The Gypsy King wanted one with a widget at the bottom – which boosts the amount of bubbles in the drink.And he hit the jackpot when he stumbled across The Canal Turn pub in Lancashire.Star-struck landlord Bill Johnston shared a snap of himself alongside the heavyweight champion to Facebook.Alongside it, he wrote: “When the heavyweight champion of the world knocks on the door to the pub to ask for a couple of glasses.“Random! Nice guy – and Tyson said he’ll be calling in when we’re open!” When asked how Fury got into the beer garden, the landlord replied: “He just slipped under the tape no bother. It was quite funny.“He was after a pint glass with a widget in the bottom as he’d dropped his at home.“Was happy to help then he just jogged off again the two or three miles home.”Tyson Fury found exactly what he wanted at the pub in LancashireCredit: Facebook / The Canal TurnFury has been keeping fit while on lockdown with daily Instagram training sessions with wife Paris.Halfway through Wednesday’s session, the unbeaten boxer sent a spine-tingling message to rival Anthony Joshua.And Fury was spotted as he took his mountain bike out for a spin at the weekend.Tyson Fury training through pain barrier with brutal Instagram home workouts as Deontay Wilder trilogy prep continues Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uk REAL vs FAKE GOLD Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017
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