McIlroy plays PGA Championship injured
Rory McIlroy played the first and second rounds of the PGA Championship with an aching right wrist, and in despite of coming up with good results, there is concern about the long term effects of performing with a strain, as some doctors are fearing that if he continues to put stress on the injured area, he might end up with a harmful condition such as tendinitis, though it is clear that it will be impossible to tell the young Irish golfer to stop doing what he does best as he is at the best moment of his still short, but promising career.

2012 Olympics and London riots
Organizers are fearing that the recent riots at London might have a negative effect concerning the upcoming 2012 Olympic games in terms of the bad reputation the city has acquired, specially because one of the rioters was Chelsea Ives, an 18 year old Olympic ambassador who was caught on camera when she was throwing bricks at a Vodafone shop located in Enfield, north London. Amongst the most concerned are business owners and local athletes whom are fearing that London’s current bad reputation might damage the country’s image abroad, which can hurt the Olympics economically.

Panthers: Newton or Clausen
The Panthers are a team that is currently on a rebuilding process, and they certainly needs to take the right decision when it comes to who is going to be their starting quarterback, as their two main candidates are quite young, with Jimmy Clausen having just a year of experience in the team (he started ten games as a rookie last season), and Cam Newton, who was the first overall pick of the past draft. It is clear that Clausen has the trust of his teammates since he has already proven that he knows what he’s doing, but he will have to excel at the quarterback position if he doesn’t want to become the second string man in North Carolina.

Djokovic is favorite to win Rogers Cup
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, all 3 favorites to win the Rogers Cup have all been sent home early in the tournament and with things like that, Novak Djokovic is the one that has the more chances of winning it all. The Serbian advanced to the next round after defeating Marin Cilic from Croatia yesterday, and such victory also meant the fiftieth win from Djokovic of 2011. The Serb will be facing Gael Monfils of France today.

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