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Wozniacki powers to Pan Pacific title in Tokyo

Wozniacki powers to Pan Pacific title in Tokyo

TOKYO, Sept 24 (Reuters) Caroline Wozniacki ended her string of final failures by beating Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-0 7-5 in Tokyo on Sunday to win her second straight Pan Pacific Open title. The former world number one, who has now won the event three times, was contesting her seventh final of the season after losing the previous six. The 27-year-old Dane, seeded third, burst out of the gate behind a strong service game with two aces in a 21-minute first-set rout, looking fresh after her straight-sets win over world number one Garbine Muguruza the previous day. By contrast, Pavlyuchenkova's gruelling three-set win over Angelique Kerber appeared to have taken a toll and she struggled with accuracy, registering two double faults in the set. After being swept aside in the opener, Pavlyuchenkova came back strong in the second set and held serve throughout until the final game when Wozniacki converted a break point for the victory. REUTERS SV 1024

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Playing for India is my ultimate dream: Abhishek Ambekar

22 Feb 2018 | 3:35 PM

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Mourinho promises 'big night' after Seville stalemate

22 Feb 2018 | 3:35 PM

By Richard Martin
SEVILLE, Feb 22 (Reuters) Manchester United owe their fans another great Champions League occasion at Old Trafford after a long absence from the knockout stages according to manager Jose Mourinho and he has pledged to give it to them against Sevilla in their last-16 second leg.

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Canada's turn to endure agony of defeat

22 Feb 2018 | 3:33 PM

By Steve Keating
GANGNEUNG, South Korea, Feb 22 (Reuters) For four years the United States women's ice hockey team were haunted by the memory of an excruciating overtime loss to bitter rivals Canada in the Sochi Olympic final.

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Vijay Hazare Trophy: Andhra storms into semis after thrashing Delhi

22 Feb 2018 | 3:29 PM

New Delhi, Feb 22 (UNI) It was a comfortable six-wicket win for Andhra Pradesh against Delhi in the fourth Quarter-final of the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy at the Palam cricket ground here on Thursday.

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Man City's Walker eager to beat 'bitter rivals' Arsenal

22 Feb 2018 | 3:17 PM

Undated, Feb 22 (Reuters) Manchester City defender Kyle Walker's love for former club Tottenham Hotspur will motivate him against Arsenal in the League Cup final on Sunday, the 27-year-old has said.

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