Tennis Best Points 2016 – Part 2 [HD]

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American football player Bruce Miller sacked after arrest – BBC News

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Bruce Miller was allegedly involved in an altercation over a hotel room

American football team the San Francisco 49ers has sacked fullback Bruce Miller after he was arrested on suspicion of assault, US media report.

Mr Miller, 29, was detained in connection with an alleged attack on a 70-year-old man and his son.

Both men were reported to have needed hospital treatment.

The incident is said to have happened at a hotel in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf district on Sunday night.

Broadcaster KTVU in San Francisco reported that an altercation had taken place over a hotel room.

A brief statement issued by the team said: “The San Francisco 49ers on Monday announced they have released FB (fullback) Bruce Miller.”

Mr Miller, who is 6ft 2in (1.8m) tall and weighs 248lb (112kg), has been with the 49ers since 2011.

His sacking comes amid another controversy surrounding a player from the same team.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick provoked a storm of criticism when he refused to stand for the national anthem to protest against racial injustice.

On Monday, US President Barack Obama defended Mr Kaepernick’s right to snub the anthem, saying he was making a point.

NFL signings/claims tracker: Players already finding new homes in wake of roster cuts – USA TODAY

Even though NFL teams were required to reach the 53-man roster limit Saturday, many were still making moves during Labor Day weekend with so many players suddenly available and practice squads that needed to be filled.

Here is a look at the players who have already found new employment, including waiver claims:

RB Justin Forsett, Ravens: Baltimore’s leading rusher the past two seasons has agreed to re-sign, per CBS, after surprisingly being cut over the weekend. Forsett now appears to be just one component of a very deep backfield.

K Connor Barth, Bears: Pushed out by second rounder?Roberto Aguayo in Tampa, Barth himself will now replace Robbie Gould, the Bears’ all-time leading scorer, in Chicago, per multiple reports.

QB Josh Johnson, Giants: New York will atypically carry three quarterbacks after adding Johnson, who takes linebacker Jasper Brinkley’s roster spot.

QB Kevin Hogan, Browns: A fifth-round pick of the Chiefs in April, the former Stanford star is now a member of Cleveland’s practice squad.

KR/WR Marc Mariani, Titans: A Pro Bowler in 2010 before his career was stalled by a gruesome leg injury, Mariani now returns to Nashville after two years with the Bears.

OLB Bud Dupree, Steelers: Last year’s first-round pick went on injured reserve Sunday. Dupree, who had four sacks in his rookie season, had been fighting a groin issue. Pittsburgh signed LB Steven Johnson. Dupree, who will undergo surgery, per multiple reports, could still return in 2016 if the Steelers eventually designate him as their player who can come off IR.

KR/WR Devin Hester, Ravens: Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds failed to stick as a converted receiver/returner, so Baltimore is turning to Hester, arguably the best kick returner in league history. He officially agreed to a one-year deal.

KR/WR Keenan Reynolds: The record-setting college quarterback clearly needs more time to adapt to the pro game at new positions, but he’ll be given that opportunity as a member of Baltimore’s practice squad.

QB Aaron Murray, Cardinals: The former Georgia star (who never threw a pass for the Chiefs) joins Arizona’s practice squad along with fellow QB?Zac Dysert.

RB Andre Williams, Chargers: After spending two years with the Giants, the former Boston College star was claimed by the Chargers, who lost backup RB Branden Oliver to an Achilles injury in preseason. Williams’ shortcomings as a receiver mean he likely won’t play much behind Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead unless Gordon is injured.

TE Logan Paulsen, Bears: The former Redskin brings six years experience and 79 career catches to Chicago.

WR?Moritz B?hringer, Vikings: The first player drafted directly out of a European league,?B?hringer’s NFL dream will remain alive in Minnesota as a member of the practice squad.

WR Justin Hunter, Dolphins: A former second-round pick who didn’t make it with Tennessee, Hunter was picked up by Miami but could struggle to get playing time with players like Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker in front of him.

RB Bishop Sankey, Patriots: The first back drafted two years ago (by the Titans) resurfaces in deep storage on the New England practice squad, per ESPN. The Pats tend to cycle through backs quickly, but Sankey could get an opportunity with no one really entrenched.

QB Matt Barkley, Bears: The former USC passer once in the conversation to be a first-round pick is now a member of Chicago’s practice squad.

TE Jace Amaro, Titans: A second-round pick of the Jets in 2014, Amaro clashed with former coach Rex Ryan in the media, then missed all of 2015 on injured reserve. The former Texas Tech playmaker will now try to revive his career by learning behind Delanie Walker in Nashville.

WR?Arrelious Benn, Jaguars: A second-round pick of the Buccaneers in 2010, Benn and his 59 career catches land in Jacksonville. Limited by injuries, Been last played a regular-season game in 2012.

QB Jeff Driskel, Bengals: A sixth-round pick of the 49ers this year, Driskel lands on an active roster after all but behind Andy Dalton and AJ McCarron.

OL Josh Sitton, Bears: The long-time Packers guard?will join the division rival Bears, according to Tom Pelissero of USA TODAY Sports.

All of Sunday’s NFL waiver claims

Atlanta Falcons: WR Taylor Gabriel,

Buffalo Bills: RB Dan Vitale

Carolina Panthers: DE Lavar Edwards

Chicago Bears: G/C Eric Kush, DB Cre’von LeBlanc (Waived:?OL Cornelius Edison, DB Demontre Hurst, TE Khari Lee)

Cincinnati Bengals: QB Jeff Driskel (Waived: LB?PJ Dawson)

Cleveland Browns: RB George Atkinson, DB Briean Boddy-Calhoun, DB Marcus Burley, DE Tyrone Holmes, LB Corey Lemonier (Waived:?DB Trey Caldwell, LB Cam Johnson, RB Raheem Mostert, RB Terrell Watson; released:?S?Rahim Moore)

Detroit Lions: LB Thurston Armbrister

Green Bay Packers: RB Jhurell Pressley

Indianapolis Colts: DB Matthias Farley, DB Neiko Thorpe (Released: CB?Jalil Brown, TE?Chase Coffman)

Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Arthur Brown, DB Marqueston Huff (suspended) (Released:?RB Joe Banyard)

Kansas City Chiefs: LB Sam Barrington, T Bryan Witzmann (Waived: OL Jordan Devey, LB Ramik Wilson)

Miami Dolphins: WR Justin Hunter (Released: WR Griff Whalen)

New York Giants: DT Robert Thomas (Waived:?DT Montori Hughes)

New York Jets: TE Braedon Bowman, TE Brian Parker, RB Troymaine Pope, DB Darryl Roberts (Waived: RB?Khiry Robinson (injured), S?Ronald Martin, CB?Dexter McDougle, RB Dominique Williams)

Philadelphia Eagles: DB Terrence Brooks, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill, WR Bryce Treggs

San Diego Chargers: DB Pierre Desir, DT Caraun Reid, RB Andre Williams (Waived:?CB Steve Williams, TE Asante Cleveland, OLB Chris Landrum)

Seattle Seahawks: DT Garrison Smith

Tennessee Titans: TE Jace Amaro

US Open Tennis 2016: TV Schedule and Monday's Afternoon Draw Predictions – Bleacher Report

US Open Tennis 2016: TV Schedule and Monday's Afternoon Draw Predictions

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Juan Martin del Potro

Spots in the quarterfinals will be on the line Monday, as the final day of the fourth round commences at the 2016 U.S. Open.

Juan Martin del Potro?will be looking to continue his career renaissance, and Venus and Serena Williams?will face different types of matchups at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Monday’s U.S. Open slate will be broadcast?on ESPN2 all day. The fourth round will air from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Take a look below at the early matchups, as well as predictions and a breakdown for the day’s notable draws.

2016 U.S. Open Monday Matchups and Picks
Matchup Court Prediction
No. 8 Dominic Thiem vs. Juan Martin del Potro Arthur Ashe Stadium Del Potro in Four
No. 3 Stan Wawrinka vs. Illya Marchenko Louis Armstrong Stadium Wawrinka in Five
No. 6 Kei Nishikori vs. No. 21 Ivo Karlovic Louis Armstrong Stadium Nishikori in Four
Matchup Court Prediction
No. 6 Venus Williams vs. No. 10 Karolina Pliskova Arthur Ashe Stadium Williams in Three
No. 1 Serena Williams vs. Yaroslava Shvedova Arthur Ashe Stadium Williams in Two
No. 5 Simona Halep vs. No. 11 Carla Suarez Navarro Louis Armstrong Stadium Navarro in Three, Personal Picks

The full schedule can be viewed at

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After missing much of the last two years with wrist problems, del Potro has been a menace thus far at Flushing Meadows. The lanky 6’6″ Argentine has yet to lose a set, with his resume including consecutive wins over ranked opponents in Steve Johnson and David Ferrer.

Per Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post, del Potro credited his rehabilitation for his current run.

“I never gave up,” del Potro said. “I trusted myself. I trusted my doctors, my team, my physical trainers. … I know how hard [I’ve] worked to be in this moment.”

Del Potro entered this event as a wild card, and now he faces a young star in 23-year-old Dominic Thiem. Del Potro beat the Austrian in their only previous meeting earlier this year.

Thiem entered this tournament with a mediocre 45-41 career record on hard courts, which does not compare well to del Potro‘s 229-94 mark. He may not sweep sets again, but there is no reason to think del Potro will not continue to impress on Monday.

Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka will not face as much of a challenge. Murray takes on an inexperienced Grigor Dimitrov, while Wawrinka faces an unranked Illya Marchenko. Both favorites have played well in this tournament, particularly Murray, which makes it difficult to doubt them at this point.

On the women’s side, Serena Williams should not expect too much trouble from unranked Yaroslava Shvedova, an opponent she is 4-0 against in her career. However, her sister faces a much tougher challenge.

Which higher-ranked player is most likely to lose on Monday?

Karolina Pliskova is among the best young players in the world, and she has fared well at this U.S. Open with no lost sets. Williams is 1-0 in her career against Pliskova, but each play a similar finesse style. Neither player has reached double digits with aces in a single outing, as Williams recorded zero in her last match.

This match is essentially a toss-up. Yet Williams has an advantage with her history at the U.S. Open. She was a quarterfinalist last year, and she has appeared in the U.S. Open quarterfinals 11 times in her career. The 24-year-old?Pliskova?is making her first trip past the third round, so Williams gets the slight edge here due to experience.

The remaining women’s match is also intriguing, as Simona Halep and Carla Suarez Navarro have plenty of history.

The two have faced off 10 times in their professional careers, with each winning five times. It is tougher to be more evenly matched in the sport, especially with each playing nearly flawless tennis through three rounds.

The difference looks to be unforced errors. Halep has struggled to avoid mistakes, recording 70 unforced errors in her first three matches at Flushing Meadows. Navarro has been much better, totaling just 17, including one apiece in her first two contests.

Not beating yourself is critical in any sport, and Navarro has been able to avoid issues with that thus far. Look for that to be the difference on Monday.

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Australia's enduring infatuation with Shane Warne

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Classic Warnie: Shane sports his signature lip zinc and celebrates with a beer after a match in 1994

Australian cricket great Shane Warne has been beamed into living rooms across the UK as part of Sky Sports’ cricket coverage all summer. Trevor Marshallsea takes a look at the enduring popularity of an unlikely megastar.

This year Shane Warne took part in Australia’s version of reality show I’m A Celebrity ? Get Me Out Of Here! The former cricketer was one of 10 identities put into the South African jungle for the show, but for most of it, you could have been excused for thinking he was the only one who mattered.

If the show made a newspaper headline, invariably it involved Warne. His actions and utterances, however banal or bizarre, became news in Australia. He said he believed that aliens “made” the first humans out of monkeys and built the pyramids, confessed a fear of spiders and was bitten on the face by a non-venomous snake. Seemingly anything Warne-related had news value.

This is despite the fact Warne stopped terrorising Test cricket’s finest batsmen in 2007. He has swapped playing for commentating and the allure of the former leg-spinner shows no signs of abating in Australia.

His 708 Test wickets plus 293 in one-day internationals are 1001 reasons why this rough-hewn son of suburban Melbourne should hold a special place in the history of his sport-mad country.

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The late Richie Benaud said Warne was “without doubt the finest legspinner the world has ever seen”

Despite repeated controversies, it seems nothing can dim the headline power of the man teammates used to call Hollywood.

Charity case

It remains to be seen whether a simmering drama over his children’s charity, The Shane Warne Foundation, will tarnish Warne’s appeal with the Australian public. The charity recently closed, blaming “unwarranted speculation” about how much of its proceeds reached the needy.

Regardless of the outcome, most would predict Warne to keep barrelling on in the Teflon-coated way to which Australians have become accustomed. Not everyone loves him, but you certainly can’t escape him.

“He’s Australia’s biggest celebrity by far. No-one comes close and no-one ever will,” says Dr Steve Georgiakis, senior lecturer on sports studies at the University of Sydney.

“(Australian producer-director) George Miller won six Oscars for Mad Max: Fury Road, but at that time most people here were still talking about Warnie and what he was doing on I’m A Celebrity.”

One simple test highlights the Warne fascination. Google Steve Waugh – a revered cricketing hero and Australian of the Year in 2004 – and you’ll find 503,000 results. Another Australian captain, Ricky Ponting, will yield 521,000 results. Type Shane Warne and you’ll find 7,230,000.

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Shane with former wife Simone Callahan

“Kids now don’t really know much about Steve Waugh. But they all still know Shane Warne,” Dr Georgakis says.

Warne’s penchant for off-field controversy is well known. During his unrivalled playing career, he was involved in several sex scandals which led to the end of his marriage to Simone Callahan, and to his sacking as Australia vice-captain.

Among other dramas, the father of three was banned from cricket for a year in 2003 for taking a diuretic, which he maintained was not about enhancing his performance but his looks. He was punished for involvement with an Indian bookmaker and pilloried for snatching a camera from a teenage boy who’d taken his photograph while he was smoking. Warne had signed an endorsement deal with a nicotine-substitute manufacturer.

Another major media moment for the 46-year-old, who retired from all forms of cricket in 2013, was his surprise engagement to British model-actress Liz Hurley. The relationship ended three years ago and Warne has since said he’d like his “good friend” to return her engagement ring.

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Photographed at the races with Sex and The City star Sarah Jessica-Parker (L) and former flame Elizabeth Hurley (R)

His net worth is commonly estimated at between A$30m (?17m) and A$50m. And like many Hollywood celebrities, he’s turned to doctors to to keep up his looks. He admits to using Botox, but denies persistent rumours he’s had plastic surgery.

‘Do gooders get stuffed’

But more than anything, it’s what comes out of Warne’s mouth that generates controversy.

After Australia won last year’s World Cup, Warne was slammed for conducting several post-match interviews where he repeatedly asked the “boys” how “thirsty” they were for a celebratory alcohol binge. His response was to Tweet:

“Do gooders get stuffed. Straya (Australia) is the best place in the world, not politically correct, keep it real. Aussies celebrate properly ! #thirsty”

He repeated the “get stuffed” line to critics of his charity upon exiting I’m A Celebrity, in which he also labelled Waugh “the most selfish cricketer I’ve played with”.

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Warne made headlines when a snake bit him on the face his stint on I’m Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!

“The more PC the world gets, the more he stands out,” says Robert Craddock, Australia’s most senior cricket journalist. “While everyone else is minding their Ps and Qs, he’s as straight as they come and says what he thinks.

“That makes him a very popular commentator, and it also generates part of the fascination with him.”

Warne, who’s often likened his life to a soap opera, and who was in fact the subject of a stage show called Shane Warne: The Musical, said in a recent interview that he had “always been me”.

“I don’t think there’s been many sportsmen on the planet, really, that have been through some of the stuff that I’ve been through, both from a personal thing, the ups, the highs and the lows,” he told Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph.

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Warne’s popularity in Australia is such that a local comedian created a biographical musical of his life

“Whether you like me or don’t like me, people always have an opinion about me, that’s just the way it is.”

Controversies aside, Warne was probably the most talented bowler international cricket has known in its 139 years – and possibly the most valuable single contributor to any side in history.

“He’s also still big because it’s really coming clear now as the years pass that he was an absolute one-off,” Craddock says.

“Australia’s had 12 spinners since Warne, but none of them has come near him for ability, charisma, or his appetite for derring do, and his penchant for controversy.”