Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Daley Blind so most new players who joined Manchester United

 Daley Blind so most new players who joined Manchester United
Daley Blind so most new players who joined Manchester United. The Dutchman joined after signing a 4 year contract.

From the news reported by the official website of the 'Red Devils', Blind brought the price of 14 million pounds. Previously, the official website of Ajax Amsterdam first proclaim the certainty of this transfer. "I'm happy Daley joined this club," said the United manager, Louis van Gaal.

"He is an intelligent player and versatile who can play in many positions. Daley also able to read the game and has played under the philosophy that I wanted for years." "He will be a tremendous addition to this team," said Van Gaal.

Blind original plays as a left back. However, he can play as a defensive midfielder or as a central defender. There is a possibility he played as a defensive midfielder at United.

Blind look slick on the 2014 World Cup, which makes his name has been linked with several big clubs. In addition to United, he also had been linked with Barcelona.

Daley Blind (born in Amsterdam, March 9, 1990, age 24 years) is a football player who plays for Dutch nationality Manchester United used to play the position of defender. Blind started his junior career at the club AFC Ajax Amsterdam and later started his senior career at the club since 2008 that was loaned to Groningen in 2008.

On January 5, 2010 he joined Groningen on loan for the remainder of the 2009-10 season in the winter transfer window. On August 30, 2014, at a cost of £ 13.8 million was agreed for the Blind move to Manchester United.

Danny Welbeck Moved From Manchester United To Arsenal

 Danny Welbeck Moved From Manchester United To Arsenal

Arsenal confirm the presence of Danny Welbeck in their squad after the transfer of Manchester United completed in the summer transfer window deadline.

"Danny Welbeck has joined Arsenal On 2 September 2014, Welbeck joined Arsenal with" long term contract "with the value for a fee in the range of £ 16 million." Arsenal in a statement on Tuesday (2/9). However, Welbeck has reportedly signed a contract duration of five seasons with Arsenal. With bergabungya Welbeck is expected to replace the role of Oliver Giroud is injured and brought Arsenal can excel far this season and beyond.

Welbeck himself did not gain the trust of coach Louis Van Gaal at Manchester United, which is hoping to Radamel Falcao.

Daniel Nii Tackie Mensah "Danny" Welbeck (born in Longsight, Manchester, England, 26 November 1990, age 23 years) is an English footballer who plays for Arsenal and the England national team. He plays as a striker who can also play on the wing.

Welbeck began his career with Manchester United's youth team before making his senior debut in 2008 and scored a goal. He has won the 2008-09 League Cup and FIFA Club World Cup 2008 before being loaned to Preston North End and Sunderland.

He made his senior England debut in March 2011 in a 1-1 draw against Ghana in a friendly match, which was also the nationality of both parents. He scored his first senior international goal on June 2, 2012, scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory in a friendly match against Belgium.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Caroline Wozniacki Tennis Player Tournament of The 2014 US Open Series

 Caroline Wozniacki Tennis Player Tournament of The 2014 US Open Series

Caroline Wozniacki (born July 11, 1990, age 24 years) is a Danish tennis player. At this time he was ranked first in WTA Tour world. Wozniacki has won twelve WTA singles titles in the level and the runner-up on America Open Grand Slam tournament in 2009.

Caroline Wozniacki
Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Date of Birth: 11 Jul 1990
Birthplace: Odense, Denmark
Height: 5' 10" (1.77 m)
Weight: 139 lbs. (63 kg)
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Status: Pro (July 18, 2005)

Wozniacki's playing style centers on "the defensive aspects of tennis with her anticipation, movement, agility, footwork and defence all first-rate and key parts of her game."[10] Her two-handed backhand is one of her best weapons as she is capable of turning defense into offense, most notably the backhand down-the-line. Her defensive playing style has her contemporaries label her a counter-puncher.

During the off season, Wozniacki switched her racquet make from Yonex to Babolat. She was scheduled to start the season in Brisbane but withdrew due to a right shoulder injury and instead began her season in Sydney where she defeated Julia Goerges in three sets, before falling to Lucie Šafářová in the second round. At the Australian Open, she lost to Garbiñe Muguruza in the third round in three sets.

After the Australian open, Wozniacki competed at the Qatar Total Open where she was seeded eighth and where she lost to Belgian Yanina Wickmayer after a first round bye. The following week, she reached the semi-finals in Dubai, defeating Sabine Lisicki, Annika Beck and Sorana Cîrstea before falling to the eventual champion Venus Williams.

Wozniacki's next tournament was the BNP Paribas Open where she was defending runner-up points. She reached the fourth round following wins over Bojana Jovanovski and Yaroslava Shvedova, before losing to Jelena Jankovic, causing her to fall to World No. 18, her lowest ranking since 2010. She recovered by reaching the quarterfinals of the Sony Open, recording wins over Monica Puig, Sloane Stephens and Varvara Lepchenko before losing to Li Na in a tight straight sets match. Wozniacki then made her debut at the Monterry Open, where she defeated Coco Vandeweghe, Kristina Mladenovic and Karolina Pliskova en route to the semifinals, before losing to the eventual champion Ana Ivanovic.

Her first tournament for the clay court season was scheduled to be the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, but she was forced to withdraw due to a left wrist injury. Instead, her first event on clay was the Mutua Madrid Open where she reached the second round after beating Ekaterina Makarova before losing to Roberta Vinci after sustaining a knee injury. This same injury caused her to withdraw from the following week's Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome. At the French Open, Wozniacki was upset by Yanina Wickmayer in the first round in three sets.

Wozniacki enjoyed a stellar grass court season during which she made the semi-finals of the AEGON International with wins over Samantha Stosur, Sloane Stephens and Camila Giorgi before losing to the eventual finalist Angelique Kerber. At the Wimbledon Championships, Wozniacki reached the fourth round for the fourth time in her career after straight sets wins over Shahar Peer, Naomi Broady and Ana Konjuh but ultimately lost to Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová.

After Wimbledon, Wozniacki won her first title of the year at the Istanbul Cup. She inflicted a double bagel on Belinda Bencic before defeating Karin Knapp, Karolina Pliskova and Kristina Mladenovic to reach the final where she dropped just two games in defeating second seed Roberta Vinci to secure the title.

Wozniacki's first tournament of the 2014 US Open Series was the Rogers Cup. She progressed to the quarterfinals after defeating Daniela Hantuchova, Klara Koukalova and Shelby Rogers all in straight sets but then lost to Serena Williams, despite having led by a set and a break. At the Western & Southern Open, Wozniacki defeated Magdalena Rybarikova, Zhang Shuai and sixth seed Angelique Kerber en route to her second quarterfinal in as many weeks, where she then faced and beat the fourth seed, Agnieszka Radwanska.She ultimately lost to the top seed, Serena Williams,in three sets in the semi finals.

Wozniacki's next tournament was the US Open, where she was the tenth seed. She faced Magdalena Rybarikova in the first round and progressed to the second round after her opponent was forced to retire early in the third set. She then beat qualifier Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the second round in straight sets. In the third round she faced and beat the 18th seed Andrea Petkovic in straight sets for her first win over a seeded player at a grand slam since 2012. Wozniacki came up against former world number 1 and former champion Maria Sharapova in the forth round. Wozniacki won in three sets on a score line of 6-4 2-6 6-2 to progress to the quarter final of a grand slam for the first time since the Australian Open, where she was top seed. She next then faced Italian Sara Errani whom she easily accounted for in blustery conditions on a score line of 6-0 6-1. Her next opponent will be Peng Shuai in the Semi Finals.

Carolina Marín BWF World Championship Young Badminton Player

Engraved gold performance shuttlecocks pebulu Spain, Carolina Marin said after becoming the champion at the 2014 Badminton World Championships Marines occupying eminent nineteenth continues to surprise the world with its apiknya. A number of eminent successfully beat to run to the top of the party.

Climax, a young woman of 21 years this works out first featured silencing Li Xuerui of sino- in the final round with a rubber set. Could lose the first set, the Marines are able to gain knowledge in Cipayung national training last year's successful rise up and win the next two sets, 17-21, 21-17 and 21-18, the tempo of 1 hour 18 minutes.

With this success, the Marines successfully print history as the original shuttlecock pebulu successful Spanish first world title win badminton. Single badminton world champion daughter of Spanish origin, Carolina Marin, not quite foreign to residents pelatanas Cipayung. Last year, he had passenger training.

Print marine history snatch world title on Sunday (08/31/2014) evening hrs. He successfully defeated Li Xuerui late first featured bout three sets 17-21, 21-17, and 21-18, in the duration of 78 minutes. Marin's success is arguably be a blow for the single player Princess Indonesia.

In preparation for the 2013 world championships to be held in Guangzhou in August last year, the Marines a training opponent Bellaetrix Manuputty et al.

With colleagues, Beatriz Corrales, do Marine drill contestability around sepekan in Cipayung, which began on July 25 last year. Over in Cipayung, Marines simulating game against Linda Weni Fanetri, Adriyanti Firdasari, and Bella.

"They really go along with the players training in preparation for the national training following the world championship in 2013," explains Head of Field Construction PP performance PBSI, Rexy Mainaky, is currently found in Cipayung years ago. At last year's world championship, the Marines already looks pretty good show. In fact, the 21-year pebulutangkis able to run to the Ladies, beyond the single best raihan Indonesian princess just stuck in the third round.

Positive development shown by the Marines when they collide at the world badminton championships held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 25 to 31 August this year. At the moment the only daughter still stuck in the third round -dicatatkan by Linda, Marin even grab the championship title success. Pebulutangkis a year ago are still shy to ask for a photo with my Taufik Hidayat has now assumed the status of a world champion.

Not only world title, Marin also dominate in Europe this year. She became the winner in the European badminton championships held in Kazan, Russia, on April 23 to 27 last.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Ana Ivanovic Sports Tennis Plays Model Fashion

Ana Ivanovic Sports Tennis Plays Model Fashion

Ivanovic was born in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia. Ivanovic's mother Dragana, a lawyer, has been courtside during most of her matches. Her father Miroslav, a self-employed businessman, attended as many events as he possibly could. Ivanovic has a younger brother, Miloš, with whom she loved to play basketball.

Ivanovic first picked up a racket at the age of five after watching Monica Seles, a fellow Yugoslav, on television. She started her career after memorizing the telephone number of a local tennis clinic from an advertisement. During the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, she was forced to train during the morning to avoid bombardments. Later, she admitted that she trained in an abandoned swimming pool in the winter, as no tennis facilities were available. When she was 15, Ivanovic spent four hours in a locker room crying after a defeat – the first that her new manager had witnessed. She thought that Dan Holzmann, the manager in question, would abandon her, thinking her not good enough to become a professional tennis player. He has remained her manager to this day.

Ana Ivanovic kicked off the year by playing at the Hopman Cup with Novak Djokovic. In her first round robin match, she beat Italy's Francesca Schiavone. She beat Ashleigh Barty and in her final round robin match defeated Tatjana Malek to put Serbia into the final of the 2013 Hopman Cup, having defeated Italy, Australia and Germany. Whilst playing Spain, Novak Djokovic gave Serbia a 1–0 tie lead but Anabel Medina Garrigues tied up the final at 1–1 after defeating Ivanovic 4–6, 7–6, 3–6 in a closely fought singles match. Serbia then lost the deciding tie in mixed doubles.

At the Australian Open, she successfully reached the 4th round of the tournament, progressing past Melinda Czink, Yung-Jan Chen and Jelena Janković. She eventually lost to Agnieszka Radwańska in two sets. Ivanovic played in Pattaya City as the no.1 seed but lost in the first round to Ayumi Morita. Ivanovic was then scheduled to play at the 2013 Fed Cup but withdrew due to shoulder injuries. Ivanovic competed at the 2013 Qatar Total Open as the 12th seed. She made a run to the third round, but lost to Agnieszka Radwańska, despite breaking Radwańska in the 12th game and having the chance to serve out for the second set. She then reached the second round of the 2013 Dubai Tennis Championships, before losing narrowly to Petra Kvitová.

Ivanovic received a first round bye at the 2013 BNP Paribas Open. In her second round match, she defeated American teenager Taylor Townsend losing just three games. In the third round, she lost in three sets to big-serving Mona Barthel from Germany. At the subsequent WTA Premier Mandatory event 2013 Sony Open Tennis, Ivanovic exacted revenge on Urszula Radwańska by dishing out a 6–1, 6–2 drubbing and cruised past two-time grand slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 6–3, 6–3. However, Ivanovic lost to 8th seeded Sara Errani in 3 sets in the 4th round. Ivanovic then took part in the 2013 Monterrey Open and was defeated in the second round by defending champion Tímea Babos from Hungary. This marked the first time since the 2008 US Open that Ivanovic had lost to an opponent ranked outside the top 100.

Ivanovic started the Women's Tennis Association season by winning the 2014 ASB Classic title in Auckland. In the final she defeated Venus Williams in three sets (6–2 5–7 6–4). This was Ivanovic's 12th WTA title and her first since 2011. She also defeated Serena Williams in the 4th round of the Australian Open. As the 14th seed, she defeated the number one-ranked Williams, 4-6 6-3 6-3. She then lost to 30th seed Canadian Eugenie Bouchard in the quarterfinals 7-5 5-7 2-6. After that match, Ana praised Eugenie, stating that she was "a very aggressive player. It's sometimes very hard to read her game. There are no real patterns, like with other players. She's a great mover.

Ana Ivanovic
Country          :Serbia
Birth Date      :6 November 1987
Birth Place    :Belgrade, Serbia
Residence    :Basel, Switzerland
Height           :1.85 metres (6 ft. 1 in.)
Weight          :69.1 kilos (152 lbs.)
Plays             :Right Handed

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Eugenie Bouchard Professional Tennis Player

 Eugenie Bouchard Professional Tennis Player
Eugenie "Genie" Bouchard (born February 25, 1994) is a Canadian professional tennis player. She was the first Canadian to win a Grand Slam in singles with her 2012 Wimbledon girls' title.[2] Following the end of the 2013 WTA Tour, she was named WTA Newcomer of the Year. At the 2014 Australian Open, Bouchard became the second Canadian to reach the semifinals of a Grand Slam.

Bouchard is known for hitting the ball extremely early and imposing a severely high tempo on her opponent. At the 2014 Australian Open, Ana Ivanovic stated that Eugenie is "a very aggressive player. It's sometimes very hard to read her game. There are no real patterns, like with other players. She's a great mover."

Eugenie Bouchard has become one of the most popular players at this year’s Open; on Sunday, that popularity will be tested when she takes on Casey Dellacqua for a quarter-final berth. There may be some conflicted patriotism in a certain rowdy bunch of spectators when Casey Dellacqua takes on Eugenie Bouchard in a round-of-16 match in Rod Laver Arena tonight.
The comely, 19-year-old Canadian has an enthusiastic cheer squad at Melbourne Park that calls itself ‘Genie’s Army.’ They are all Melburnians and deck themselves in $25 t-shirts that spell out G-E-N-I-E-! – with the emphasis on that exclamation mark.

“Their songs are getting stuck in my head because they’re singing them so much,” Bouchard joked on Friday after her third-round win over Lauren Davis.

Bouchard and Dellacqua, daughters of Commonwealth nations, come from varied backgrounds. Bouchard, of French-Canadian and Irish-Canadian ancestry, grew up in the Montreal suburb of Westmount on the same street as former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. Dellacqua, was raised in an Italian-heritage family in Perth, with a grandmother who was the eldest of 10 children and who, according to Casey, “is a lovely lady, loves every one of us (grandchildren) equally.”

As Dellacqua, ranked No. 120, noted on Friday, “even eight months ago I was playing a couple of $50,000 (Challenger) events in Bendigo.” Eight months ago, Bouchard was already in Philippe Chatrier Court at Roland Garros playing Maria Sharapova (a loss), and then a month later faced Ana Ivanovic (a win) in Centre Court at Wimbledon.

So the 178cm Canadian, Wimbledon junior champion in 2012, has experience on the biggest stages and should not be over-awed at Rod Laver Arena. Dellacqua, 28 and 165cm, is aware of Bouchard’s ability, saying, “she’s a very quality player. She’s seeded (30) here. She’s on the rise. She’s got a great serve. She’s going to be tough.” For all Bouchard’s showbiz glitz – Nike photo-shoots with Sharapova and Roger Federer etc. – she’s a tough-as-nails, highly-driven competitor.

She has powerful ground strokes the like of which Dellacqua has not faced so far at Melbourne Park. Dealing with them will be the West Australian’s No. 1 priority, along with more seasonal temperatures and not the extremes that allowed her feel “solar-powered” in her last two matches.

Like Dellacqua, Ana Ivanovic will face a big challenge against an opponent’s ruthless shotmaking – and so far in four career meetings with Serena Williams, the 26-year-old Serb has yet to win more than four games in a set. Still, Ivanovic has nothing to lose and should feel liberated after Friday’s rollercoaster win over Samantha Stosur.

Li Na is also playing with house money after surviving a match point against Lucie Safarova in the third round. She is 4-0 versus next opponent Ekaterina Makarova of Russia, but their matches have usually been close.

The most intriguing of Sunday’s men’s matches has sturdy Swiss Stan Wawrinka playing Tommy Robredo. The 31-year-old Spaniard is having a brilliant second act to his career after three mediocre seasons marred by a leg injury that required surgery. It’s surprising he carries a 6-1 head-to-head advantage over Wawrinka going into the Rod Laver Arena match tonight, winning both meetings in 2013.

Less of a surprise is that Tomas Berdych is 9-0 versus Kevin Anderson, with all those matches in 2012-13, and that Novak Djokovic is unbeaten (6-0) against flamboyant Fabio Fognini.

Getting back to Bouchard-Dellacqua, if ‘Genie’s Army’ is able to get tickets and make its presence felt, and the world famous ‘Fanatics’ are in their usual rambunctious form supporting Dellacqua, Rod Laver patrons are in for a good old Aussie stoush tonight.