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Age is not a factor. That’s what the Russian tennis player, Maria Sharapova, proved to the world when she became the third youngest Wimbledon women’s champion in 2004 and World No.1 in 2005 – amazing feat she has accomplished in a short span of time since her debut at the major tennis league. “A great tennis career is something that a 15-year-old normally doesn’t have. I hope my example helps other teens believe they can accomplish things they never thought possible.”

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Ryder Cup 2016: Lee Westwood not worried by Europe’s inexperience

Lee Westwood

Lee Westwood has 42 professional tournament wins

Europe’s six Ryder Cup rookies have the character to handle a hostile American crowd next month in Hazeltine, Minnesota, says Lee Westwood.

The Englishman is one of Europe captain Darren Clarke’s three wildcard picks.

Westwood will be competing in his 10th Ryder Cup while Danny Willett, Chris Wood, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Andy Sullivan, Matt Fitzpatrick and Thomas Pieters will be playing in their first.

“I think they can take it,” Westwood said of the atmosphere in the USA.

“There’s a lot of experience there. I look at a lot of the players’ characters and I think they can take a fight and a bit of stick.

“So I’m still very positive. I think we’ve got some world-class players.”

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Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters named as European wildcards

The biennial event against a United States team takes place from 30 September to 2 October.

Sullivan, 30, who is ranked 42 in the world, also believes the rookies will be able to deal with the atmosphere.

“I think it’s going to be an atmosphere where we can get the best out of ourselves,” he told BBC Radio 5 live. “A lot of the guys like to show their emotions, me being one of them. When you hole a long putt and give it a fist pump, it’s all part of it and I quite like that.

“I’ve been talking to Clarkey [Darren Clarke], Lee Westwood and even Rory [McIlroy] and they’ve all said that you’re going to be nervous on the first tee and it’s going to be hostile but you just go out there and play golf.

“We are professional golfers and if we can’t go out there and handle ourselves in the hostile conditions, we shouldn’t be playing.”

Knox has no regrets

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Russell Knox claimed his second PGA Tour win with victory in the Travelers Championship in August

Scotsman Russell Knox missed out on one of the three wildcard picks, with captain Clarke saying it was one of the hardest he “has ever had to make”.

Knox confirmed that Clarke had asked him to play in the Wyndham Championship, a ranking tournament that could have earned him an automatic pick for the team.

However, it began 11 days after Knox won the Travelers Championship and the Scot decided not to enter.

“I decided to take two weeks off to enjoy my win and I will never regret doing that,” Knox told BBC Sportsound.


BBC Sport’s golf correspondent Iain Carter:

I think these are the three wildcard picks that people were anticipating.

I think there is a unanimous feeling among people on the European Tour about the talent of Thomas Pieters. He is 24 and has only been a professional for three years but has timed his run for this tournament very well. He has the kind of form you want to bring into a Ryder Cup.

I feel huge sympathy for Russell Knox because everything says he is one of the top 12 European players at the moment. It is very tough on the Scotsman.

Lee Westwood is now 43 years of age and I think there will be a lot of pressure on his shoulders because he is a wildcard pick and he is the captain’s best mate. He has not had the best of seasons and a lot of people will be waiting to see how he performs.

Ryder Cup 2016: Lee Westwood not worried by Europe’s inexperience

Westwood, Kaymer & Pieters named as Ryder Cup wildcards

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Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters named as European wildcards

Europe’s Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke said Lee Westwood will be his “general” as he confirmed the Englishman as one of his three wildcard picks for next month’s tournament.

Germany’s Martin Kaymer, 31, and Belgian rookie Thomas Pieters, 24, were also selected to face the US team.

The trio have been added to the nine players who qualified automatically based on their performances.

“Everything he says, everybody sits up and listens,” Clarke said.

“I have selected him because he brings something that no-one else has,” he added.

The biennial event against a United States team takes place from 30 September to 2 October at Hazeltine, Minnesota.

The US team have won just one Ryder Cup – the 2008 event at Valhalla, Kentucky – since 2006 and are looking to end a run of three straight defeats to the European team.

Scotland’s Russell Knox is among those to miss out – he is 10th on the World Points list for Ryder Cup rankings, so was one place outside the automatic qualification spots.

Explaining his picks, Clarke said: “In Lee Westwood I have one of most experienced Ryder Cuppers of all time – it’s his 10th appearance.

“Martin Kaymer is somewhat of a Ryder Cup stalwart and another man I have enormous trust in.”

Pieters, meanwhile, played alongside Clarke as he claimed the Made in Denmark title on the European Tour on Sunday – his third European Tour title in 12 months.

“Last week I played with Thomas Pieters and Thomas knew why I was playing with him and played unbelievable and shot 62 and, on top of that, won the tournament,” said Clarke.

The nine qualifiers include five rookies who will be making their Ryder Cup debuts alongside established players such as Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy.

“It’s going to be a very, very big task ahead of us. Those guys – the top nine – have earned their place as of right,” Clarke said.

“The talent that they all possess, I have no worries at all about the strength of that team. I’ll be very proud to take them.”

How do the wildcards compare?

Martin Kaymer<!–

Kaymer claimed his second major title in the 2014 US Open but six top-10s in his last 12 events earned him selection

Lee Westwood

Nine Ryder Cup appearances, world number 46, 42 professional tournament wins

Clarke on Westwood: “He is going to bring everything. Lee and I have had a great relationship, he’s held my hand a few times and I’ve held his but that is not why he’s been selected. This is his 10th Ryder Cup and there is no-one who has that experience on the team.”

Martin Kaymer

Three Ryder Cup appearances, world number 50, 22 professional tournament wins

Clarke on Kaymer: “Martin brings a wealth of experience along with Lee and all the first timers will look up to them both. He is held in high regard and he’s a man that we all hugely respect. He brings his golf performances but he also brings his experience to the team room.”

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Thomas Pieters

Ryder Cup rookie, world number 41, three professional tournament wins

Clarke on Pieters: “I’ve always been a huge Thomas Pieters fan. The manner he’s played in the past few tournaments, fourth in the Olympics, I found it impossible to leave him off the team.”

Who are the six rookies?

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Englishman Danny Willett won The Masters in 2016

Along with Pieters, the European Ryder Cup team features five other rookies, including 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett.

Willett, who has just five professional tournament wins, is ranked world number 11 behind team-mates Justin Rose (10), Rory McIlroy (5) and Henrik Stenson (4).

English trio Chris Wood, 28, Andy Sullivan, 29, and 21-year-old Matt Fitzpatrick have considerably less experience with just nine professional wins between them.

Spain’s 32-year-old Rafael Cabrera-Bello has not registered a professional tournament win since 2012 but the world number 27 will make his debut next month after a consistent level of golf to automatically qualify for the team.

Who will be the US wildcard picks?

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Watson, a two-time Masters champion, is currently the world number seven

US captain Davis Love III will pick three wildcards to add to his eight automatic qualifiers on 12 September, with a fourth selection five days before the competition starts.

Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson is one of the wildcard contenders, along with 2015 Scottish Open champion Rickie Fowler.

Fowler looked set to earn automatic selection before losing out to Patrick Reed in the final round at The Barclays last weekend.

World number 15 Matt Kuchar is also said to be in serious contention for one of Love’s spots.

When is the Ryder Cup?

The 2016 Ryder Cup will be at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota from 30 September to 2 October as Europe try to win a fourth straight title.

Hazeltine will be one of only two golf clubs in America to have hosted every premier championship offered by the United States Golf Association and PGA.

Westwood, Kaymer & Pieters named as Ryder Cup wildcards

Ryder Cup: Russell Knox has ‘no regrets’ over selection approach

Russell Knox takes stock during the Scottish Open

Knox has won two PGA Tour tournaments and is ranked higher than all three wildcard picks

Russell Knox says he has no regrets about his approach to trying to qualify for Europe’s Ryder Cup team after missing out on a captain’s pick.

The Scot confirmed captain Darren Clarke asked him to play in the Wyndham Championship, which began 11 days after he won the Travelers Championship.

He admitted it was a “tough call” but opted to stick to his chosen schedule.

“I decided to take two weeks off to enjoy my win and I will never regret doing that,” he told BBC Sportsound.

“If it ended up hurting my [chances of a] place, I am comfortable with that.

“Maybe it did hurt me but my agent got in touch with someone at the European Tour and they ran some statistical analysis of what I needed compared to other people.

“It was still only something like a 5% chance – it wasn’t as if I just had to show up to make the team.”

Clarke opted for the experienced Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer and the in-form Belgian Thomas Pieters as his three wildcard picks.

Darren Clarke speaks to the media after announcing his three wildcard picks<!–

Clarke said telling Knox “was as difficult a call as I’ve ever had to make in golfing terms”

Asked if he felt not playing a ranking event which could have seen him qualify automatically sent out the wrong message to Clarke, Knox was adamant his commitment to the European cause should not be questioned.

“It has got nothing to do with the message,” said the world number 20. “I joined the European Tour and I was 100% committed to making the Ryder Cup team. I did everything I had to do.

“But I don’t see the sense of running round like a headless chicken to try to qualify. We set our schedules and this is an insanely busy month for me with the FedExCup play-offs, which were just as much of a goal as the Ryder Cup at the start of the year.

“I took a week to decide and it was a tough call [not to play the Wyndham]. It probably shouldn’t have mattered, and it probably didn’t come down to that at all.”

‘Thomas is going to be a superstar’

Despite his disappointment at missing out on selection for the biennial clash at Hazeltine, Minnesota, starting on 30 September, Knox was magnanimous in hailing Pieters as a future “superstar” of the game.

“I am disappointed but I don’t feel angry or let down,” the 31-year-old added.

“Let’s be honest, it came down to Thomas Pieters or me. He couldn’t have picked a wrong one.

“Thomas deserves to be in the team. He has played tremendously well the last couple of months and he is going to be a superstar.”

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Thomas Pieters has been earmarked as a future ‘superstar’ of golf

The Belgian won the Made in Denmark title at the weekend, after a fourth-place finish at the Rio Olympics and a runner-up spot at the Czech Masters.

The 2016 event will now be only the third since the Second World War in which no Scot has played, following Nick Faldo’s defeated 2008 team and Colin Montgomerie’s victorious group in 2010.

“It is a shame for the Scottish game and it is a shame for myself not to make it,” Knox added.

“I don’t think I could have done a lot more to make the team outright, but it wasn’t meant to be this time.

“In two years’ time, I hope myself and a couple of other Scottish guys are on the team.”

Ryder Cup: Russell Knox has ‘no regrets’ over selection approach