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Jelena Ostapenko wins the French Open

Jelena Ostapenko wins the French Open

Here are the takeaways fro. But Ostapenko would not go quietly, winning that game and the next three en route to forcing a third set. The difference in approach was clear in the final statistics, Ostapenko ending with 54 winners and 54 errors , to Halep's eight winners and 10 errors .


NASCAR Monster Energy Series Predictions: Pocono 400 6/11/17

NASCAR Monster Energy Series Predictions: Pocono 400 6/11/17

The 23-year-old Blaney , son of NASCAR driver Dave Blaney, grandson of dirt track star Lou Blaney, won for the first time in 68 career starts and partied again in Victory Lane. Keselowski scored his series-leading eighth top-10 finish of the season. In their first season together, Blaney would drive the famed No. 21 Wood Brothers Ford in 16 races, twice finishing in the top 10.



Bangladesh, NZ hopes on the line

Jake Ball, a disappointment in England's opening day win over Bangladesh, set the tone for England when he removed the unsafe Luke Ronchi in the first over of New Zealand's response. Half-centuries from Joe Root (64), Jos Buttler (61 not out) and Alex Hales (56) proved enough - although Morgan admitted he was far from sure they would after England were bowled out in 49.3 overs.



Pittsburgh wins 2nd straight Stanley Cup title

Murray's mastery continued into the third period when the Predators received and failed to score on a shortened two-man advantage. Coach Peter Laviolette could replace Ellis by moving Matt Irwin up from the third pair to keep P.K. The stingy Predators found Pittsburgh was up to the task, with the Penguins taking the first two games on home ice. No Penguins forward played more than his 19:42.



Highlights: Ostapenko overcomes Wozniacki to reach semi-finals

But there was disappointment at Roland Garros for home favourite Kristina Mladenovic whose run was brought to an end. In a match that started at 2 p.m. I am going to try to enjoy it because great players are here and it is a great place to play". The 27-year-old, who also made the last four in 2015, overcame Mladenovic, bidding to be the first Frenchwoman in the semi-finals since Marion Bartoli in 2011, in a rain-marred game.