Wimbledon, Day two highlights: Injuries, Tomic’s commitment issues and Federer-Djokovic’s free pass

While they were not the main problems of the second day of Wimbledon, some fans might have felt difficult because the games champion Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic lasted only 43 minutes and 40 minutes, respectively – his opponents mid game after suffering Injuries.

There was also Bernard Tomic and his fall from grace signed, sealed and delivered by his sincere for not finding the motivation to play at the highest level, published his first round exit. Meanwhile, Milos Raonic, the 2016 winner, also looked with a sense of solidity, while he was sending German Jan-Lennard Struff 7-6, 6-2, 7-6.

They prefer to live in the female fate drawing head with Angelique Kerber’s head and another favorite, Karolina Pliskova goes on to the next round.

While Tomic could not be bothered and approached the feigned injury to withdraw from his game, Mandy Minella of Luxembourg has demonstrated just how much it means for a professional to play on the grass at Wimbledon.

Minella took four and a half months of pregnancy and, despite losing 6-1, 6-1 to veteran Italian Francesca Schiavone, who attracted the attention of fans and experts. “Wimbledon is my last tournament this season,” said Minella, whose baby arrived at the end of this year. She is finished. Minella must also play doubles female with Anastasija Sevastova from Latvia.

Roger Federer started his campaign for an eighth Wimbledon title easily with Tuesday, when opponent Alexandr Dolgopolov left with an injury in the second set.

The third seed Federer 6-3, 3-0 to advance when the Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov withdrew from the first round match on the center court with an ankle injury after only 43 minutes. However, the Swiss hit his career 000 to 10 in the eighth game of the first set, becoming the third player in history to do so.

The victory also gave Federer his 85th Wimbledon victory, becoming the first man in history to do so after passing the Jimmy Connors record.

World number 1 Angelique Kerber launched her attempt to return to the Wimbledon final with a 6-4 6-4 over Irina Falconi, but the German was far from impressive. Kerber entered the tournament in the back of an unfortunate clay campaign season, culminating in a shameful defeat in the first round to Ekaterina Makarova.

However, the world No.3 Pliskova suffered any kind of problems and was very discouraged against Evgeniya Rodin won 6-1, 6-4 in just 71 minutes during his first round match. Pliskova will face Magdalena Rybarikova from Slovakia in the last 64 years.

Did we comment on Tomic? There were a handful of former players and commentators who were worried about Australia’s mental health. However, at age 24, he fired a lot of criticism.

Martina Navratilova has fallen heavily on Tomic, even telling her to “find another job” because she thought she had lost the game and fans who paid money.

“I would not be worried about a fourth round of the US Open or losing the first round. For me, it’s all the same. I’m going to play 10 years, and I know that after my career, I will not have That work, “said Tomic.

Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash cautioned Tomic would risk jeopardizing Australia’s legacy: “He can do much worse than this to ruin the image we have created,” Cash said.

From a ‘Mahabharata’ star to PT Usha: India’s best moments at Asian Championships

The concept of athletics continental championships of Asian countries was seen in the 1950s, but it took decades to take shape.

Through the efforts of a group of committed leaders, including Sardar Umrao Singh in India, championships eventually abandoned the field in 1973 in Marikina, which is part of the Manila metropolitan area in the Philippines.

With 17 countries for the inaugural edition of the championships, Asian family athletics became 45 countries, while Bhubaneshwar is organized to host the 22nd edition of the game.

India hosts the championship for the third time after driving in New Delhi in 1989 and 2013 in Pune.

In recent years, the Asian Championships did not attract the best on the continent. This time too, some of the big stars missing for the meeting in Bhubaneshwar.

But Asian home championship is an opportunity to enjoy, to take stock of the current situation in India and find the history and meet the most outstanding athletes who have won laurels in the past.

Who were all champions of India? What kind of success has India had in recent years?

Manila, 1973, with China still to join, Japan was the natural leader of continental athletics. Japan has passed medals with 19 gold, eight silver and eight bronze and India followed a count of four gold, six silver and six bronze.

India has made a rare distinction in the filming of the men in Manila to complete the podium. Jagraj Singh (17.00m), Gundeep Singh (16.37m) and Bahadur Singh (15.75m) were the top winners of a country’s currency that has had a good tradition ever since.

The triple jumper Mohinder Singh Gill, who had recorded a national record of 16.79 meters in Fresno, United States in 1971 was far below his best level in Manila at 15.96 m and easily won the gold. Ming-Chi Chen of China Taipei was 15.31 for silver.

The T.C. Yohannan India, which would set a national salvage margin of 8.07 meters to win gold at the Asian Games next year in Tehran, was third with 14.96.

The marteur Ajmer Singh (60.42 m) and décathlateur Vijay Singh Chouhan (7245 points) won the other two gold medals for India.

Seoul, 1975: India has doubled its gold account of the first meeting in the Korean capital. It is the 800 meter specialist, Sriram Singh, who set the time, winning a double and also anchoring the 4x400m relay team to a brilliant gold in a close finish with Japan.

Sriram took the 800 meters in 1: 47.8 and won the 400 meters in 47.03. He had to reach the final of the Montreal Olympics in 800 next year and finish seventh in a national mark of 1: 45.77, which is still standing.

Backstage runner Hari Chand (10 000 m), steeplechaser Harbail Singh, pitcher Yohannan, ball pitcher Bahadur Singh and pitcher Praveen Kumar – who was to play the character of the year Bhīm forward on the TV series’ Mahabharata ‘- were the others who add gold in India.

The consolation was that the Indian women opened their gold account. West Bengal sprinter Rita Sen claimed that the 400 meters in 1979 while Geeta Zutshi Haryana claimed 800m gold two years later.

Rattan Singh (1500) and Hakam Singh (20km on foot) were the other winners of the gold medal in 1979, while A. Rajan (800m), Gopal Saini (5000m), Sabir Ali (decathlon) and Ram Chand Km march) have been added to the Indian gold Counting with the one of Zutshi in 1981.

Despite Mohun Bagan, East Bengal’s demands, no consensus in I-League foreign players’ quota issue

A consensus has not been reached in the proposal to increase the number of foreigners from five to eight of the I-league, prompting the League Committee to refer the matter to the executive committee for AIFF final decision, he told PTI.

Five clubs, including Vice President of the Football Federation of India, Larsing Ming Sawyan, Shillong Lajong FC and champion FC Aizawl said on Tuesday the AIFF were against the introduction of eight foreigners instead of the five of the season 2017-18 I-League.

The suggestion to introduce more foreigners was supported by Mohun Bagan and East Bengal, who feared losing their best players in the ISL following simultaneous leagues taking place this year.

“Regarding the various opinions on the number of foreign players to play in the league, the committee decided that the matter should be referred to the AIFF executive committee for a final decision, as it is within the competence of the AIFF Executive Committee “, The apex body of a saying in a statement Wednesday.

One of the recommendations of the club meeting last week was that they could play five foreign players in one game, one Asian.

I-League currently allows teams to register and play more than four foreigners, one of which must be from an Asian country, according to the continental competition rules of the Asian Football Confederation.

In addition to the problem of foreign troops, the Committee deliberated on the proposal of several food sources to run an Institutional League / Company of food sources and companies, from the 2017-18 season and unanimously agreed to organize proposal The league under the auspices of the AIFF, provided that all expenses are borne by the participating teams.

It was decided that the form and rhythm of the Champions Cup / Super Cup proposal was finalized after considering the SAFF Championship schedule to be held in Bangladesh in 2018 and further discussions with Football Sports Development Ltd, ISL organizers.

The committee also approved the allocation of funds to I-League clubs. A Rs 50 lakhs per travel bag Club has been agreed with a special grant of Rs 20 lakhs per club.

A Rs central spending 1 Crore marketing will be the responsibility of the AIFF, provided that the clubs submit their local marketing plan to the main body of this sport before the FIAF exceeds marketing expenses to the Finance Committee.

A working group has been formed to oversee the operation, marketing and promotion of the League I 2017-18. The meeting was chaired by Subrata Dutta, senior vice president of AIFF.

Arsenal break club record to sign French striker Alexandre Lacazette for £52 million

Arsenal signed France striker Alexandre Lacazette, Lyon for a record price of up to 60 million euros ($ 68 million, 52.56 million pounds), both clubs confirmed Wednesday.

Transfer rates are also a new record for sales for the celebration of Ligue 1, with an initial value of 53 million euros, according to a statement on the Lyon website.

The deal exceeds the 50 million euros that Arsenal paid for Mesut Ozil of Real Madrid in the Emirates in 2013 when he sees Lyon get his biggest sale for the second time in a month after seeing the field environment Corentin Tolisso move to Bayern Munich for 47.5 million euros.

Arsenal said the 26-year-old player had signed a “long-term contract”, British media reported five years. “We are very happy to have Alexander joining our group,” said Arsene Wenger, an Arsenal coach, “and he has been proven over several years to score goals and he is a very effective finisher.”

“On the other hand, he has very interesting technical qualities and a strong character. So he’s a great addition to us and someone who will help him challenge to the next level this season.”

Lacazette hopes the move to Arsenal can help boost his hopes of cementing a place in the France team before next year’s World Cup, having played an international in the last two years.

North London club expects Lacazette to add the much-needed firepower after a disappointing final to the fifth position in the Premier League quarter that saw them miss the Champions League for the first time in 19 years.

He scored 37 goals in all competitions last season, including 28 in just 30 league games.

“I want to give 100 percent in every game, I want to prove that I am worthy of the shirt, I want to do everything possible to ensure we win titles,” said the Arsenal website.

“There are some French players here, which makes it easier to install. I think Arsenal is the club that plays the best football in England, so they really wanted to come here.”

He had been in Lyon since the age of 12 and has scored 129 goals for the top team, including 100 in the Ligue 1 Lacazette, which has made 11 international appearances for France, last season became the first player to score 20 Or more goals in three successive seasons of French Jean-Pierre Papin in 1992.

“I am very happy for the success of Alexander, who, besides being one of the best strikers of Olympique Lyon, is a charming player with whom I felt very close,” Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas said in Your club statement.

Meanwhile, the firm questions the future of Arsenal Olivier Giroud. The former vanguard of Montpellier is now at the top of the hierarchy of France coach Lacazette, Didier Deschamps but could now fight for a place in Wenger’s Arsenal from XI the pressure of his compatriot.

Giroud has been linked to possible approaches to Everton and West Ham United. But Arsenal fans will be delighted to see Wenger spending a lot in his attempt to face a serious challenge to a first league title since “Invincible” won the 2004 Premier League trophy.

Harish Salve charged Re 1 to fight Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ: Sushma Swaraj

Harish Salve, who fought the case of India to the International Court of Justice against the death sentence given to Kulbhushan Jadhav Pakistan, accused Re 1 as a tax, said Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj.

“We not only charged #HarishSalve Rs 1 / – like the tax for the case,” said Swaraj.

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His tweet came in response to a tweet by Sanjeev Goyal who said India could have had a good lawyer with much less expense than the ointment would have to pay for fighting the case.

Ointment was India’s leading counsel to the ICJ, who heard the case of the Indian national Jadhav.

India has sent a petition to the ICJ, insisting that the death penalty be immediately suspended for Jadhav, fearing that Pakistan would be held before the ICJ hearing.

Pakistan claimed that Jadhav was an agent of the Indian External Intelligence Agency’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). India has denied a link with the government.

The ICJ heard arguments Monday from India and Pakistan.

On 8 May, India has moved the ICJ against the death penalty, arguing that Pakistan had violated the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations by non-consular access to Khadhav.

India, on his appeal, said Jadhav had been withdrawn from Iran, where he was doing his business after his retirement from the Indian Navy.

#Rohtak: Is India getting inured to brutal rape incidents?

“I ask everyone not to give birth to girls to avoid seeing this day I see … every woman fears her daughters to date since these executioners are alive.” It is said that the mother of the 20-year-old girl who was raped and murdered in Rohtak, Haryana, while demanding the death penalty for the accused. Her heartbreaking statement not only captures her trauma and her impotence to what happened to her daughter but shows how she thinks the development of the law and order mechanism that India has put in place to ensure women’s safety. After 16 December 2012, gang rape and murder of young paramedic Jyoti Singh, rape laws were strengthened. But they appear to be deterrents: the day after the incident in Rohtak, another woman was dragged into a moving car in Gurugram and a gang raped by three men. While the brutality of rape Jyoti Singh made people go out to protest in large numbers, it seems there is a pause in this type of activism. Is India integrated with brutal incidents of rape, giving politicians the latitude to make all kinds of insensitive comments? Here is an example: According to a news site, Kerala Minister of Public Works, G Sudhakaran, announced that the number of cases of rape occurred if women were not “obsessed” by their mobile phones (thus ignoring their entourage ) If more men were to engage in agriculture. Logics: busy farmers do not have the time to rape women. Following the theory of the “chowmein-rape” of another legislator, which Mr. Sudhakaran will show a list of the most insensitive comments. As a recent Hindustan Times series – Let’s talk about rape – much emphasis, we must begin a conversation about sexual violence. In one room, a Delhi police officer wrote that it is for the police to impress a rape victim that the police are on their side. We must extend this argument: as citizens, it is our duty to impress a rape victim and his family on his side. As for gender-based violence, silence is not an option.

Let’s talk about racism | Don’t call us ‘chinky, momo, chowmein,’ says a Northeastern woman

We’ve never met, I’ve never heard his name, and they do not even have an idea to remember if I knew you in life. I learned of his death through the group SOS DO WhatsApp try to satisfy a rape victim who is also from Manipur. As I read this harrowing news, I met one of his nieces who wiped his tears and went to see where he was found dead in strange circumstances. But without proper investigation, the competent authorities have come to the conclusion that his death was natural, after all, you can not speak or tell him what happened to him. If I count count statistics, you are the number 11 women make you found dead in your rental housing in Delhi / NCR in 2016. Many women in recent years have also experienced the same fate. Let this be the last and I pray for security and justice for all women throughout the world. In life, you may not have achieved your dreams, but in death, you will remember with love your loved ones, you will always love, and in your hearts, you will take care of a place no one will fill. You are in good hands now, in the hand of God. Rest in everlasting peace!

Every Northeastern world based in Delhi and other Indian cities the metro is subject to discrimination. I wrote the previous letter on Facebook last year in honor of a victim of a particularly violent persecution. Since I come from the northeastern part of India and I belong to a minority race, I also suffered from racism, at least in its lighter forms. They called me “tickle”, “Momo”, “chowmein”, and more. If I think I am from South Korea, China and Japan, I am treated very well, but once I identified myself as Northeast, the problems started.

The stereotype of the Northeast Indians is common. If you are a young man from northeastern India, you have tattoos and made some hair, then you are labeled as an alcoholic or a junkie. If you are a Northeast woman with shorts and a shirt with sleeves and a half, you are automatically considered “cheap”, making unwanted advances. Even the polite smiles of these women are often misunderstood. All kinds of people from the Northeast are also a kind of insurrection. However, it is impossible for the Northeast to resist discrimination if this means putting their livelihood at risk; The economic opportunity is usually what led them to a place like Delhi in the first place.

2012 attack on Malala was scripted: Pakistani woman lawmaker

2012 attack on Malala was scripted: Pakistani woman lawmaker

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani parliamentarian said the Taliban attack in 2012 against Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai was “script”.
Mussarat Ahmadzeb, a member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, led by Imran Khan, said the whole Malala saga was written for the BBC and then the attack was part of a plan.
“The attack on Malala was written before the incident (in 2012),” Ummat Urmat newspaper said in an interview.
Ahmadzeb, who is the daughter of the former leader of the semi-autonomous state of Swat, doubted that a bullet was lodged in the head of Malala.
“She (Malala) was shot in the head, but no bullet was found on the CT scan in Swat.” But yes, then the ball got stuck in MHC (Peshawar Combined Military Hospital), “he-t, Said later in a tweet.
He also accused the doctors involved in the treatment of Malala had given land by the government to build houses.
“The doctors who have CT scans with the doctor who examined it all received parcels by the government,” said the PTI lawmaker.
Ahmadzeb said Malala could not read and write when he was shown how to write stories for the BBC as Gul Makai.
She alleged that an American living in Malala’s house for three months to train for the future role.
It was not clear why the legislator clearly pronounced Malala’s statement and his efforts.
For his part, PTI spokesman Shafqat Mahmood said his party had already repudiated Mussarat in 2014 with two other lawmakers for violating party discipline.
“In protest of the election fraud, three deputies (Mussarat Ahmadzeb, Gulzar Ahmed and Siraj Muhammad) refused to comply with the laws of the party (and have been repudiated),” he Mahmood said To the media.

Nawaz Sharif was not allowed to speak at Trump event in Saudi Arabia: Report

Nawaz Sharif was not allowed to speak at Trump event in Saudi Arabia: Report

NEW DELHI: Former cricket player and head of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said “Pakistanis are ashamed of how Nawaz Sharif was treated in Saudi Arabia during his recent visit to the Kingdom” Pakistani press.
“I have received many messages from Pakistanis from all over the world … They are ashamed of the way the Pakistani PM was treated during Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia,” said PTI President Express Tribune, In Pakistan Tuesday.
He also accused Sharif of being silent when Trump spoke of isolating Iran.
“Nawaz Sharif has missed a great opportunity and the people of Pakistan are extremely disappointed. If he has not taken a stand on what the Pakistani nation wants, why he bothered to go,” Imran told International News.
“Iran should have been part of the Islamic military alliance and that the differences between Muslim countries should be addressed, not expanded,” Khan added.
“Pakistan’s prime minister was not allowed to speak at the event, even if the leaders of some smaller countries presented their views on terrorism,” according to a report published in another Pakistani newspaper “The Nation.”
“The popular sentiment among the majority of Pakistan’s media delegation was a total humiliation of the only Muslim nuclear power because not only was there no mention of Islamabad’s role against global terrorism, but also the prime minister of State of the first line. The opportunity to present their point of view “. According to the report.
Daily Pakistan, another newspaper, also laments how the country has been neglected at the summit which was also attended by 55 majority Muslim countries. “Leaders who do not even face the threat of terrorism had the opportunity to present their views, but Pakistan has been neglected,” the paper said.
On Sunday, Nawaz Sharif went to Saudi Arabia at the invitation of Saudi King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud during a two-day visit to attend the Arab-American Arab summit in Riyadh.

Turkey rips U.S. choice to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters

Turkey rips U.S. choice to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters

Turkey slammed the Trump administration’s decision to supply Syrian Kurdish fighters with weapons against the Islamic State group and demanded Wednesday that it be reversed, heightening tensions between the NATO allies days before the Turkish leader heads to Washington for a meeting with President Donald Trump.

Turquía criticó la decisión de la administración Trump de suministrar armas a los combatientes kurdos sirios contra el grupo islámico y exigió el miércoles que se invirtiera, agudizando las tensiones entre los aliados de la OTAN días antes de que el líder turco se dirija a Washington para una reunión con el presidente Donald Trump.
Turkey slammed the Trump administration’s decision to supply Syrian Kurdish fighters with weapons against the Islamic State group and demanded Wednesday that it be reversed, heightening tensions between the NATO allies days before the Turkish leader heads to Washington for a meeting with President Donald Trump.

Turquía criticó la decisión de la administración Trump de suministrar armas a los combatientes kurdos sirios contra el grupo islámico y exigió el miércoles que se invirtiera, agudizando las tensiones entre los aliados de la OTAN días antes de que el líder turco se dirija a Washington para una reunión con el presidente Donald Trump.
El presidente Recep Tayyip Erdogan dijo que la lucha contra el terrorismo “no debe ser conducida con otra organización terrorista”, una referencia a la milicia kurda siria, conocida como YPG, que Turquía considera una extensión de la insurgencia kurda de décadas en su sureste. “Queremos saber que nuestros aliados estarán al lado de nosotros y no con organizaciones terroristas”, dijo.
La Turquie en la decisión de la administración Truncamiento de los combates con las armas contra el grupo del Estado islámico y una vez que el mercenario es renversado, aumenta las tensiones entre los aliados de la OTAN antes de que El chef turc se dirige a Washington para una reunión con el presidente Donald Trump.
Le président Recep Tayyip Erdogan a declarar que la lucha contra el terrorismo “no se debe amenazar con otra organización terrorista” – una referencia a la milice kurde syrienne, connue sous le nom de YPG, ‘Insurrection kurde décennale qui fait rage dans son sud-est. “Nous voulons savoir que nos alliés seront avec nous et non avec des organisations terroristes”, a-t-il déclaré.
El conflicto se suscitó más de combates entre los dos primeros en la batalla contra el IS, las fuerzas de los kurdes syriennes se prepararon para una fuerza mayor para expulsar a los militantes de su capital de facto, Raqqa.
La Turquie, que es un enviado de las tropas en el norte de la Syrie en la reducción de la expansión de la frontera de largo plazo de sus fronteras, una tentación colgante de un momento de presión sobre Washington para limitar los vínculos con los Kurdes y trabajar con los Combattants de l’opposition soutenus par la Turquie dans la lutte pour Raqqa.

La disputa podría encender más luchas entre los dos aliados clave de Estados Unidos en la batalla contra IS, mientras las fuerzas kurdas sirias se preparan para una gran operación para expulsar a los militantes de su capital de facto, Raqqa.
Turquía, que envió tropas al norte de Siria en un intento de frenar la expansión kurda a lo largo de sus fronteras, ha tratado durante meses de presionar a Washington para que corte los lazos con los kurdos y trabaje en cambio con combatientes opuestos por Turquía en Raqqa.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the fight against terrorism “should not be led with another terror organization” — a reference to the Syrian Kurdish militia, known as the YPG, which Turkey considers an extension of the decades-long Kurdish insurgency raging in its southeast. “We want to know that our allies will side with us and not with terror organizations,” he said.
La Turquie a bloqué la décision de l’administration Trump de fournir des combats kurdes syriens avec des armes contre le groupe de l’État islamique et a demandé mercredi qu’il soit renversé, augmentant les tensions entre les alliés de l’OTAN avant que le chef turc ne se dirige vers Washington pour une réunion avec le président Donald Trump.
Le président Recep Tayyip Erdogan a déclaré que la lutte contre le terrorisme “ne devrait pas être menée avec une autre organisation terroriste” – une référence à la milice kurde syrienne, connue sous le nom de YPG, que la Turquie considère comme une extension de l’insurrection kurde décennale qui fait rage dans son sud-est. “Nous voulons savoir que nos alliés seront avec nous et non avec des organisations terroristes”, a-t-il déclaré.
Le conflit pourrait susciter plus de combats entre les deux alliés américains clés dans la bataille contre IS, car les forces kurdes syriennes se préparent à une opération majeure pour expulser les militants de leur capital de facto, Raqqa.
La Turquie, qui a envoyé des troupes dans le nord de la Syrie dans le but de réduire l’expansion kurde le l

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