Nadal sent home early
Ivan Dodig played his best tennis and managed to take down Rafael Nadal at the Rogers Cup. The last time the 25 year old Spaniard was sent home so early in a tournament was back in 2008 at the Rome Masters, but despite the loss, the world ranked number 2 said that he was satisfied with the level of his play “I had to close the match with the 5-3 [lead] in the third set, I had to close that match probably in the second when I was playing very well.” He said. Now the Croat Dodig, who is ranked as the 41 in the world will have to face Janko Tipsarevic in the third round of the tournament.

Royals loses 4 straight to Rays
The Rays beat the Royals by 4-1 today, and with the victory, they completed a 4-game sweep in which the team of Kansas City (who has lost 6 of their last 7 games) was unable to match the capacity of the Tampa Bay squad, and now critics are pointing out to the large number of rookies and the small number of rookies at the Royals’ roster for the disaster, as the team has no regular starter older than 27.

Childress blames Moss for Vikings 2010 fiasco
Brad Childress has open up about his firing from the Vikings, and the experienced coach mentioned that Randy Moss’ bad behavior played a major part on the team’s failures at the 2010 season, as he said that he believed the veteran player (12 seasons) could have changed his wrong ways, and then proved he was still as troublesome as always “We had good guys, by and large,” Childress said, “(but Moss) walked in the locker room and vomited on it.” Were his words on the former NFL wide receiver.

Woods continues to underperform
The first round of the PGA championship just passed, and Tiger Woods continues to underperform, as the winner of four PGA titles finished at the bottom of the leaderboard along with other pros such as Faber Jamerson and Mike Northern, now the veteran player is forced to play better on Friday if he doesn’t want to be eliminated, and he is well aware that minor mistakes can turn into big losses, as he mentioned that “I’m in a major championship, it’s time to score, time to play and time to let it go, and it cost me the round.”

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