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January 31, 2016

Djokovic beats Murray for fourth time, wins Aus Open 2016

Djokovic beats Murray for fourth time, wins Aus Open 2016

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Today, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic defeated Scottish Andy Murray 6–1, 7–5, 7–6 in the Australian Open 2016 final to win the Grand Slam event for the sixth time. Murray has lost five Australian Open finals, facing Djokovic in all but one of them.

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Djokovic dominated the first set, winning 6–1 in just half an hour. He served seven aces in total in the match. Murray fought back in the second set, which went up to twelve games lasting for 80 minutes. It was the longest set and Murray had nine aces, twelve in total for the match. Djokovic had 41 unforced errors, compared to Murray’s 65.

The third set lasted for 63 minutes and at 6–6 it went to a tie breaker, which Djokovic won 7–3, to win the eleventh Grand Slam title of his career.

Djokovic has now equalled the record of Roy Emerson winning six Australian Opens. Djokovic after the match said “Andy you are a great champion and friend. I’m sure you’ll have more opportunities to fight for this trophy”. Murray congratulated Djokovic, saying “I feel like I’ve been here before. Congrats Novak. Six Australian Opens is an incredible feat. The last year has been incredible. Good job.” He also left a message for his wife Kim Sears, “I’ll be on the next flight home.” The couple is expecting a baby.

Yesterday, Jamie Murray, Andy Murray’s elder brother, won the Australian Open Men’s doubles with Bruno Soares. Andy Murray was there in the audience, recording his brother’s speech. To which Jamie said “Andy, you should be in bed!”

       MEN’S SINGLES FINAL
30′
80′
63′
 
 
(1)Flag of Serbia.svg Novak DJOKOVICSRB
6
7
77
 
 
(2)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy MURRAYGBR
1
5
63
 
 



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January 30, 2016

Djokovic beats Murray fourth time, wins Aus Open 2016

Djokovic beats Murray fourth time, wins Aus Open 2016

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Today, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic defeated Scottish Andy Murray 6–1, 7–5, 7–6 in the Australian Open 2016 final to win the Grand Slam event for the sixth time. Murray has lost five Australian Open finals, facing Djokovic in all but one of them.

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Djokovic dominated the first set, winning 6–1 in just half an hour; with seven aces total throughout the match. Murray fought back in the second set, which went up to twelve games lasting for 80 minutes. It was the longest set and Murray had nine aces, twelve in total for the match. Djokovic had 41 unforced errors, compared to Murray’s 65.

The third set lasted for 63 minutes having score 6–6 which went to a tie breaker, but finally, Djokovic won the tie breaker 7–3, winning the eleventh Grand Slam title of his career.

Djokovic has now equalled the record of Roy Emerson winning six Australian Opens. Djokovic after the match said “Andy you are a great champion and friend. I’m sure you’ll have more opportunities to fight for this trophy”. Murray congratulated Djokovic, saying “I feel like I’ve been here before. Congrats Novak. Six Australian Opens is an incredible feat. The last year has been incredible. Good job.” He also left a message for his wife Kim Sears, “I’ll be on the next flight home.” The couple is expecting a baby.

Yesterday, Jamie Murray, Andy Murray’s elder brother won the Australian Open Men’s doubles with Bruno Soares. Andy Murray was there in the audience, recording his brother’s speech. To which Jamie said “Andy, you should be in bed, not here taking photos.”

       MEN’S SINGLES FINAL
30′
80′
63′
 
 
(1)Flag of Serbia.svg Novak DJOKOVICSRB
6
7
77
 
 
(2)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy MURRAYGBR
1
5
63
 
 



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Kerber wins over Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

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Today, German tennis player Angelique Kerber defeated defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open 2016 Final at Rod Laver Arena.

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Cquote1.svg Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird! Cquote2.svg

—Angelique Kerber

This was the first Grand Slam event title for Kerber. Since Steffi Graf won the French Open in 1994, no German until Kerber won a Grand Slam event. Williams missed a chance to equal the 22 Grand Slam event title record by Graf.

The seventh-seeded Kerber took the early lead winning the opening set 6–4 in 39 minutes, with five aces throughout the match. Williams, with seven aces throughout the match, snatched the second set 6–3 in just 33 minutes. Kerber had just thirteen unforced errors compared to Williams’s 46.

The third set was the longest one, lasting 56 minutes. Kerber won the set 6–4 to take the title. Williams committed three double faults in the last set.

Following the match, Kerber said “I’m a really normal girl, I like going out to dinner & going to the cinema. Like any girl […] Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird!” She added that Graf was still an idol for her.

Novak Djokovic, five-time Australian Open men’s champion, congratulated her on Twitter, and appreciated both players’ sportsmanship. Djokovic is to play Andy Murray tomorrow in the men’s final.

       WOMEN’S SINGLES FINAL
39′
33′
56′
 
 
(1)Flag of the United States.svg Serena WILLIAMSUS
4
6
4
 
 
(7)Flag of Germany.svg Angelique KERBERGER
6
3
6
 
 




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Kerber wins first Grand Slam, beating Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

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Today, German tennis player Angelique Kerber defeated defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open 2016 Final at Rod Laver Arena.

File photo of Angelique Kerber, winner of the Aus Open 2016
Image: Foto: Stefan Brending / Lizenz: Creative Commons CC-by-sa-3.0 de.

Cquote1.svg Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird! Cquote2.svg

—Angelique Kerber

This was the first Grand Slam event title for Kerber. Since Steffi Graf won the French Open in 1994, no German until Kerber won a Grand Slam event. Williams missed a chance to equal the 22 Grand Slam event title record by Graf.

The seventh seeded Kerber took the early lead winning the set 6–4 in 39 minutes with five aces throughout the match. Williams, with seven aces throughout the match snatched the second set 6–3 in just 33 minutes. Kerber had just thirteen unforced errors compared to William’s 46.

The third set was the longest one, extended till 56 minutes, and Kerber winning the set 6–4, and the event title in the end. Williams committed three double faults in the last set.

Following the match, she told “I’m a really normal girl, I like going out to dinner & going to the cinema. Like any girl […] Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird!” She added that Graf was still an idol for her.

Novak Djokovic, five time Australian Open congratulated him on Twitter, and appreciated their sportsmanship. Djokovic is to play Andy Murray tomorrow in the men’s final.

       WOMEN’S SINGLES FINAL
39′
33′
56′
 
 
(1)Flag of the United States.svg Serena WILLIAMSUS
4
6
4
 
 
(7)Flag of Germany.svg Angelique KERBERGER
6
3
6
 
 




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Kerber win first Grand Slam, beating Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

Kerber win first Grand Slam, beating Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

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Today, German tennis player Angelique Kerber defeated defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open 2016 Final at Rod Laver Arena.

File photo of Angelique Kerber, winner of the Aus Open 2016
Image: Foto: Stefan Brending / Lizenz: Creative Commons CC-by-sa-3.0 de.

Cquote1.svg Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird! Cquote2.svg

—Angelique Kerber

This was the first Grand Slam for Kerber. After Steffi Graf winning the French Open in 1994, she is the first German to win a Grand Slam. Williams missed a chance to equal the record of 22 Grand Slam wins of Graf.

The seventh seeded Kerber took the early lead winning the set 6–4 in 39 minutes with five aces throughout the match. Williams, with seven aces throughout the match snatched the second set 6–3 in just 33 minutes. Kerber had just thirteen unforced errors compared to William’s 46.

The third set was the longest one, extended till 56 minutes, and Kerber winning the set 6–4, and the Grand Slam in the end. Williams committed three double faults in the last set.

Following the match, she told “I’m a really normal girl, I like going out to dinner & going to the cinema. Like any girl […] Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird!” She added that Graf was still an idol for her.

Novak Djokovic, five time Australian Open congratulated him on Twitter, and appreciated their sportsmanship. Djokovic is to play Andy Murray tomorrow in the men’s final.

       WOMEN’S SINGLES FINAL
39′
33′
56′
 
 
(1)Flag of the United States.svg Serena WILLIAMSUS
4
6
4
 
 
(7)Flag of Germany.svg Angelique KERBERGER
6
3
6
 
 




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Northeast Concord St. 0.0228K Marathon

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Sometimes wonderful things develop from energy created by love. That is how the Northeast Concord St Marathon was created. A group of neighbor friends, were enjoying each others company, one summer day back in 2013, in Lees Summit Missouri, in the quite little neighborhood on N.E. Concord Street. The issue came up about familiarizing with all of our new and old neighbors. Someone in that group suggested that it is only about 75 feet from door to door so, we could just go bang on some doors and introduce ourselves. Then it came to Terry White that it seems people like to gather for marathons without knowing each other. And the Northeast Concord St. 0.0228K Marathon was created. Thanks in large part to Jan Oder, Clair Towes, Mary White and Terry White. The Race was such a huge success that all the neighbors decided to continue the event. It was then suggested by Sarah White that it would be great to add usefulness to the event, since there are so many attending, (Around 50 people that first year), to do a fund raiser. So, for the 2014 event, With about 75 people, they collected food for the Harvesters food pantry, (a truck load). But then things got real serious for the 2015 event. The northeast Concord St. 0.0228K Marathon had live music, face painting, games and sold t-shirts with their new logo in every state in the US and 6 different countries all over the world to get the name of Gilda’s Club out to those that needed to know about the great work they do for cancer patients and their families. AND raise $2,200 cash for them. Attendance rose to 125 the year. And they plan on more for 2016



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Kerber win first Grand Slam as she beats Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

Kerber win first Grand Slam as she beats Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 in Aus Open 2016

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Today, German Angelique Kerber defeated the defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open 2016 Final at Rod Laver Arena.

File photo of Angelique Kerber, winner of the Aus Open 2016
Image: Foto: Stefan Brending / Lizenz: Creative Commons CC-by-sa-3.0 de.

Cquote1.svg Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird! Cquote2.svg

—Angelique Kerber

This was the first Grand Slam title for Kerber. After Steffi Graf winning the French Open in 1994, she is the first German to win a Grand Slam. Williams missed a chance to equal the record of 22 Grand Slam wins of Graf.

The seventh seeded Kerber took the early lead winning the set 6–4 in 39 minutes with five aces throughout the match. Williams, with seven aces throughout the match snatched the second set 6–3 in just 33 minutes. Kerber had just thirteen unforced errors compared to William’s 46.

The third set was the longest one, extended till 56 minutes, and Kerber winning the set 6–4, and the Grand Slam in the end. Williams committed three double faults in the last set.

Following the match, she told “I’m a really normal girl, I like going out to dinner & going to the cinema. Like any girl […] Now I’ve won the Australian Open…that sounds really weird!” She added that Graf was still an idol for her.

Novak Djokovic, five time Australian Open congratulated him on Twitter, and appreciated their sportsmanship. Djokovic is to play Andy Murray tomorrow in the men’s final.

       WOMEN’S SINGLES FINAL
39′
33′
56′
 
 
(1)Flag of the United States.svg Serena WILLIAMSUS
4
6
4
 
 
(7)Flag of Germany.svg Angelique KERBERGER
6
3
6
 
 




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India Stand Up To Cancer

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Pushing the boundaries of research, to create hope for humanity. India stand Up To Cancer is the campaign of millions standing together to eliminate cancer for the sake of future and to save the life of the present who are suffering from it. Moto of ISUTC is to spread awareness, educating the public on preventing cancer and help more people diagnosed with cancer become long-term survivors. India lacks education about cancer, which verge us in a quest to unfold answers to feed them with information on prevention and cure of cancer . ISUTC wishes to improve the health of the community by setting a standard of excellence in research and community outreach program.



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January 29, 2016

Murray heads to Australian Open finals, defeating Raonic in four-hour thriller

Murray heads to Australian Open finals, defeating Raonic in four-hour thriller

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Today, British Andy Murray defeated Canadian professional Milos Raonic 4–6, 7–5, 6–7(4–7), 6–4 , 6–2 in the Australian Open 2016 semi-final at Rod Laver Arena. Murray has previously featured in five Australian Open finals.

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The Yugoslavia born Milos Raonic took an early advantage of the game winning the first set 6–4 in 36 minutes with 23 aces total through the match. It took 57 minutes to complete the second set 7–5 in favour of Murray who served nine aces through the entire match. He had only 28 unforced errors, compared to Raonic’s 78.

Raonic made a comeback winning the third set 7–6 (7–4) with the set extending for 58 minutes, making it the longest set of the match. Raonic did not miss a single serve in the tie breaker. Currently second seeded Murray won both of the succeeding sets 6–4 in 55 minues and 6–2 in 37 minutes respectively; ending Raonic’s unbeaten streak of the year.

Murray is now to face five time and current defending champion Novak Djokovic as both will feature the finals as last year. The Serbian has previously defeated Murray in 2011, 2013 and 2015 finals of this Grand Slam. Djokovic leads Murray 21-9 in the career.

Andy Murray’s brother, Jamie Murray will feature in Men’s doubles, and for the first time in open era, siblings are featuring in singles and doubles finals of the same grand slam.

       MEN’S SINGLES SEMIFINAL
36′
57′
58′
55′
37′
(13)Flag of Canada.svg Milos RAONICCAN
6
5
7(7)
4
2
(2)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy MURRAYGBR
4
7
6(4)
6
6




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