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But the Swiss left no doubt that he deserved to win the title, beating the fifth-seeded Nadal for the third time this year and fourth time in a row, 6-3, 6-4, to continue his torrid start to 2017. Federer, who was ranked 17th before Australia, extended his longest win streak against Nadal - four matches - with his 14th victory in the series. Nadal fell to 0-5 in Key Biscayne finals.
  • 3 charged in Atlanta I-85 fire and bridge collapse

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    The fire started underneath part of the highway on Thursday evening. Since they believe the fire may have been caused by some construction materials stored below the interstate, which also happens in Jacksonville, FDOT is having every construction site manager and engineer across the state check on properties and make sure that protocol is being followed and nothing looks out of place.
  • Miami Open 2017: Federer fatica, ma è in semifinale con Kyrgios

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    Roger vince al tie break del terzo set , annullando due match point al rivale. Federer però è un'altra storia. Anche l'australiano è stato protagonista di un combattuto quarto di finale. L'altro quarto di finale si giocherà in via successiva, a partire dalle ore 01 .00, tra Zverev e Kyrgios . Oggi nella semifinale del Miami Open 2017 è difficile stabilire quale sarà l'esito della sfida: Federer ha certamente dalla sua tanti aspetti del gioco, l'esperienza e la capacità di ...
  • O'Neill confirms successful surgery for Coleman following double leg break

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    Republic boss Martin O'Neill said: "Seamus has gone to hospital". Chris Coleman passes along well wishes to Seamus Coleman, and says Neil Taylor feels bad about the challenge. "Neil is in the dressing room, he's despondent". He's travelling at a great speed, he's got to go for it, he gets a yellow card and he's going to miss the next game.
  • Chelsea's Diego Costa and Thibaut Courtois pick up injuries on global duty

    Chelsea's Diego Costa and Thibaut Courtois pick up injuries on global duty

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    Dier is likely to be in the Spurs side that resume Premier League action on Saturday when they travel to Burnley hoping to keep their slim title hopes alive. Crystal Palace were still doing pretty well when they were defeated by Chelsea on a chilly foggy day at Selhurst Park, but that defeat signalled the end of Alan Pardew's reign and Sam Allardyce was later named as his successor.
  • NCAA women's basketball: UConn easily reaches Final Four

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    The win was the Huskies' 111th straight and moved coach Geno Auriemma past Pat Summitt for the most NCAA Tournament victories. Sabrina Ionescu led OR with 15 points and eight rebounds against the Huskies (36-0), who have won 111 consecutive games and are overwhelming favorites to win their fifth consecutive national championship.
  • Roger Federer beats Stan Wawrinka to Win 5th Indian Wells Title

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    Roger Federer , with 90 career ATP titles, is now third in the all-time list behind Jimmy Connors (109) and Ivan Lendl (94) for most championships in the Open era. In the 10th game, Wawrinka slipped and Federer took the set, 6-4. I'm sorry. I would like to congratulate Roger. After the match Wawrinka addressed the crowd emotionally, close to tears, and cursed Federer jokingly before telling him that when he watched this year's Australian Open final he was his biggest fan.
  • Warriors' Draymond Green encourages Raiders fans to boycott games in Oakland

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    That's ridiculous. No way I would pay my way to attend a game". Sure, it's no guarantee that a local team heads to the Vegas Bowl every year or two. Yesterday City Council President Larry Reid was consulting lawyers to see if they could immediately kick the raiders out of the Coliseum. But perhaps another $200 million would have to be spent specifically to accommodate a stadium.
  • Fiancee of ex-NFL star testifies in his double-murder trial

    Fiancee of ex-NFL star testifies in his double-murder trial

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    Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez testified against Hernandez on Thursday under a grant of immunity from prosecutors. It was the first time she used Hernandez's last name in a criminal court. Locke subsequently struck the phone-record testimony Baez wanted out of the trial record and tried soothing him with flattery: "You've enriched the courts of the commonwealth through your practice in this case", Locke said.
  • Brazil become first team to qualify for World Cup

    Brazil become first team to qualify for World Cup

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    He won two Brazilian championships, one Copa Libertadores, and the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup title after a 1-0 victory over England's Chelsea in Japan. "Everything changed", winger Marcelo said. Now, the coach who made the contemporary Brazil team more like the Brazil of old is in celebration mode.