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The Czech duel in the second round of the tournament in New York surprisingly won Marie Bouzková, which defeated 2-6 7-5 6-2 seeded six Petra Kvitová. The second Czech favorite also lost in the general at the US Open, after the tournament number one Karolína Plíšková lost in her opening duel on Sunday.Bouzková and Kvitová met for the first time in her career. While the younger of the pair had already played three matches at the Lexington tournament two weeks ago, the new woman in her thirties, Kvitová, appeared on the WTA Tour for the first time since the end of February, when she lost to Aryna Sabalenkova in the Doha final. During the five-month interruption of the professional season due to the coronavirus pandemic, the two-time Wimbledon champion, among other things, won the CTS President’s Cup tournament and presented herself at two exhibition tournaments in Germany.“In the second set, I had the match in my hands. But I made a few slight mistakes and lost the ending, which should normally go to my side. I didn’t make it, but that’s the way it is,” said Kvitová. “It was the first sharp match in a long time. I played a couple of exhibition matches in the Czech Republic, but it’s still a little different,” she added.The twelfth player in the world, Kvitová, won the first set relatively smoothly, but the 22-year-old Bouzková equalized in the second set. At 5-4, the paper favorite was two balls from the victory, but the 48th tennis player kept the rankings and, on the contrary, took Kvitová’s service in the next game and delivered the set.The young Czech in the third set made a more vivid impression and from the state of 2-2 she walked purposefully to win. Kvitová dramatized the conclusion, in the eighth game she deflected four matchwords, but at the fifth she sent a return behind the baseline and Bouzková celebrated one of the most valuable victories of her career after more than two and a half hours.Bouzková will compete with the world twenty to advance to the quarterfinals Anett Kontaveitovou. The Estonian managed 6-3 6-4 with Switzerland today in the second round Jil Teichmannovou, with which Bouzková starts in doubles.She finished in the second round after the fight with the paper favorite Karolina Muchova. Twenty-four-year-old Czech lost to the top ten Japanese Naomi Osaka 7-6 4-6 2-6.In the first game of the match, Muchová took the fourth-placed Osaka service, but then lost her. Sharp exchanges disrupted the squats and added successful lobes and shortening for the net, which helped her to gain a tie-break of the first set with a ratio of 7-5.At the beginning of the second set, however, Muchová did not maintain the service and this decided the fate of the set, in which she had her left toe treated in 1-2 conditions. Osaka’s pressure in her first match after the break increased, Muchova made more mistakes and gained only two gamma in the decisive set.The Czech tennis player then finished in doubles, in which she presented herself alongside Latvian Anastasia Sevastova. On the contrary, Osaka can look forward to a single = round of 16 against a 20-year-old Ukrainian Dajana Jastremská, which also defeated in three sets home Bernardu Peraovou.Serena won the procedure after 3 hoursThe former world number one advanced to the round of 16 with all his might Serena Williams, which defeated a Dutch opponent 2-1 thanks to two won tie-breaks Arantxu Rusovou. In the third set, the home star and tournament trio lost 5-2, and the Netherlands then served to win the match. Three times she was only two balls short of him, but Williams did not let her go to the match and she subsequently controlled the shortened game in a ratio of 7-0. • WTA PREMIER 5 NEW YORK •USA, tv. surface, $ 2,250,829Monday results (24. 08. 2020)• Singles – Round 2 •Bouzková (CZE) – Kvitova (6-CR) 2-6 7-5 6-2Osaka (4-JPN) – Muchová (CZE) 6-7(5) 6-4 6-2S. Williams (3-USA) – Rusova (NZL) 7-6 (6) 3-6 7-6 (0)Sabalenkova (5-BEL) – Bellis (USA) 6-7 (1) 6-4 7-5Jaburova (TUN) – Keys (7-USA) 6-4 6-1Konta (8-Brit.) – Flipkens (Belg.) 6-2 6-0Kontaveitová (12-Est.) – Teichmannová (Šv.) 6-3 6-4Sakkari (13-Greece) – Putinceva (KAZ) 6-4 7-6 (9)Mertens (14-Belg.) – Mladenovic (Fr.) 6-1 6-7 (5) 6-3Jastremska (16-UKR) – Pera (USA) 7-6 (5) 4-6 6-3Pegula – Anisimov (both USA) 7-5 6-2McHaleová (USA) – Alexandrovová (Rus.) 6-1 7-6(8)Zvonareva (RUS) – Siegemund (DEU) 6-1 6-1Azarenková (BEL) – Garcia (FRA) 6-2 7-6 (8)• Doubles – Round 2 •Hradecká/ Klepačová (8-CR/ Slovenia) – Brady / Dolehide (USA) 6-3 6-4• Doubles – Round 1 •Azarenkova / Keninova (6-Bel. / USA) – Sevastova /Muchová (Lot./CR) 6-2 6-4Pegulaová/Rogersová (USA) – Bouzková/ Teichmannová (CR/ Switzerland) 4-1 retired B./T.
The English Premier League’s decision to charge newly promoted clubs £8m each next season and in 2021-22 has left promotion hopefuls in the Championship scratching their heads.The decision according to the Premier League is to help soften the blow of broadcast revenues lost because of the Covid-19 crisis.The Premier League has been forced to offer a £330m rebate to broadcasters because of the temporary suspension of the current season due to the Covid-19 crisis.To offset this, the Premier League says newly promoted clubs will be expected to shoulder the costs over the next two seasons.Promoted clubs won’t exactly pay £8m but will have that sum deducted from their revenues for being in the topflight.As things stand, the decision will affect Super Eagles defender Semi Ajayi’s club West Bromwich Albion who along with Leeds United occupy the two automatic promotion spots.Several Championship clubs have criticised the move, arguing that the topflight should be providing more financial help to clubs in the Football League rather than reducing their income.Promotion from the Championship is currently thought to be worth around £180m to the three clubs that come up each year.Premier League clubs are expected to suffer a total loss of £700m as a result of the pandemic when losses to matchday revenue and commercial income are added to the rebate to broadcast partners.RelatedSemi Ajayi Suffers Devastating BlowJuly 17, 2020In “England”Wolves Sign Duo On Permanent DealsJuly 1, 2018In “England”English Premier League Confirms Six Positive Coronavirus TestsMay 19, 2020In “England”
Tom Fennario APTN National NewsA subway stop in Montréal that is also used as a shelter by homeless people is about to be torn down.The city is spending millions of dollars to revamp the entrance to make it less likely that people will want to take shelter from the elements there.Some say that the money could be better spent on [email protected]