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Nadal stays on course for possible Djokovic clash in quarter-finals

PARIS. - Rafa Nadal hammered Dutch 26th seed Botic van de Zandschulp 6-3 6-2 6-4 in the French Open third round on Friday to remain on course for a potential mouth-watering showdown against world number one Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals.

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Pressure mounting on Ricciardo as McLaren extend O'Ward deal

Indianapolis. - Daniel Ricciardo has not delivered the results hoped for in Formula One, McLaren boss Zack Brown said on Friday after announcing that their IndyCar team had extended their agreement with Pato O’Ward who is eyeing a Formula One seat.

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Mercedes drivers all shaken up after Monaco practice

New York. - Monaco's unforgiving street circuit proved a bone-jarring, eye-popping ride for Mercedes drivers George Russell and Lewis Hamilton on Friday as they wrestled with bouncing cars and a bumpy surface.

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NYCFC Sets Team Record, Stays In Second Place With Win

New York. - The New York City Football Club continue their unbeaten streak with a 1-0 win over the struggling Chicago Fire on Sunday and in the process, set a new team mark with 5 consecutive clean sheets. Scoring their lone goal would come on a penalty kick from Heber in the 23rd minute after a questionable handball call inside the box on Miguel Angel Navarro that officials rules a penalty. With Striker Taty Castellanos out due to yellow card suspension Heber's second goal of the season would prove to be the difference maker as the team rifled off 15 shots in total with 2 bouncing off the crossbar. Additionally, the Gents in Blue (or in fact Orange on Sunday) came just minutes away from setting a new MLS record by holding the opposing team without a shot on goal for three straight matches, however goal keeper Sean Johnson was forced to make an easy save in the final minutes of additional time to keep NYCFC out of the MLS record books.

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NYCFC Ties Team Record For Consecutive Shutouts, Now In 2nd Place

New York. - NYCFC picked up its 5th win in 6th matches and it’s 4th straight MLS shutout as their 2-0 win over DC United pushed them back into 2nd place in the East. On a night where it took all of 6 minutes to secure the game winner via an Alexander Callens header near the left post the Gents In Blue the first half was anything but simple. A pair of shots off the post by DC United plus multiple scoring chances nearly cost NYCFC the lead. However a much needed goal from Golden Boot winner Taty Castellanos goal via penalty kick during added time in the first half took the wind out of the United sails and seemingly deflated the home crowd as well.

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NYCFC Finish 4-0-1 On Homestand, End With 2-0 Win Against Columbus

New York. - It took NYCFC all of 9 minutes to score what ended up being the winning goal as NYCFC ends the 5 game homestand with 13 out of a possible 15 points. Talles Magno, who currently leads the East in assists picked up his second goal of the year after taking a pass from Santiago Rodriguez inside the far post for the early 1-0 lead. Much of the first half was a struggle however as Columbus has several opportunities which head coach Ronny Deila attributed to playing too slow but credited goalie Sean Johnson and the central defenders for keeping the Crew off the board.

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No Taty, Poor Weather Means Only One Point for NYCFC

New York. - On a cold and rainy night in New York for May, the Gents in Blue struggled offensively from start to finish in what can only be described as an offensive slog in a 0-0 tie. Operating without Golden Boot winner Taty Castellanos due to a “lower body injury”, NYCFC managed only three shots on goal (compared to no less than eight each of their previous 5 MLS matches) as the soggy terrain did little to help put shots on net.

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Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez Aims To Make It 44-0 on May 14

New York. - Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez is ready. In his first fight of 2022 the former WBO Super Middleweight champion is ready as he takes on the current IBO Light Heavyweight champion in Dominic Boesel. A fight the Golden Southpaw has the confidence he can win. “I am really confident in myself and in my training. On May 14, I will be 44-0, 30KOs no losses. I am looking for the knockout.”

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