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  • 29 Jul
    TIANJIN, China -- Defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska withdrew from the Tianjin Open with a right thigh injury on Thursday, shortly after beating Evgeniya Rodina 6-1, 6-1 to reach the quarterfinals.Radwanska said she pulled out to give herself time to fully recover before the WTA Finals in Singapore later this month.Its the end of the season, I guess everyone is struggling with something, she said in comments posted on the WTA website.Radwanska broke Rodina five times and won all but four points on her first serve. She had won her last eight matches, starting with her run to the China Open title last week.Radwanskas withdrawal allows Chinese veteran Peng Shuai to advance to the semifinals. Peng beat Chang Kai-Chen 6-3, 6-2.Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig also reached the quarterfinals, beating Lara Arruabarrena 6-4, 6-2, while Alison Riske defeated Magda Linette 6-3, 7-6 (2). Cheap Air Jordan 11 Retro All Blue . Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. Cheap Jordan 11s Online . -- Aldon Smith believes he is on the path to being sober for good. http://www.cheapjordans11online.com/cheap-air-jordan-11-retro-grey/ . Siddikur, whose previous win on the circuit came in Brunei three years ago, finished his bogey-free round with a birdie on the 18th for a total of 17-under 199. Indias Shiv Chowrasia, who has finished runner-up in this tournament twice, was in second place after a 66. Cheap Air Jordan 11 Retro All Star . It was the kind of score that might make everyone else wonder which course he was playing. Except that Graeme McDowell saw the whole thing. Crouched behind the 10th green at Sheshan International, McDowell looked over at the powerful American and said, "Ive probably seen 18 of the best drives Ive seen all year in the last two days. Cheap Air Jordan 11 Retro Rose . Listen to the game live on TSN Radio 1050 at 7pm et. The Raptors traded Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Sacramento Kings on Monday, in exchange for Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes. New Zealand scrum-half Andy Ellis will captain the Barbarians in Saturdays Killik Cup match against South Africa at Wembley.Alongside 2011 World Cup winner Ellis, other players with Test experience featuring in the team announced on Wednesday include his compatriots Seta Tamanivalu and Luke Whitelock and Australias Taqele Naiyaravoro and Paddy Ryan.Australia internationals Toby Smith, Sam Carter and Luke Morahan are among the invitational sides replacements.Four South African-born players have been named in the team in Robert du Preez, Akker van der Merwe, Reggie Goodes and Martin Muller, while another, Ruan Ackermann, is on the bench.After the match against South Africa, the Barbarians - whose coach Robbie Deans is being assisted by former England centre Will Greenwood - take on the Czech Republic in Prague next Tuesday and then Fiji at the Kingspan Stadium in Belfast on Friday, Nov. 11.It was also announced on Wednesday that Ulster, Ireland and British and Irish Lions wing Tommy Bowe and London Irish prop Ben Franks, a two-time World Cup winner with New Zealland, are to be part of the squad for the Fiji fixture.dddddddddddd. Ulsters Ruan Pienaar and Dan Tuohy will join the squad in Belfast as well.Barbarians team to face South Africa:Melani Nanai (Blues), Matt Faddes (Highlanders), Seta Tamanivalu (Crusaders & New Zealand), Richard Buckman (Highlanders & Panasonic), Taqele Naiyaravoro (Waratahs, Panasonic & Australia), Robert du Preez (Stormers), Andy Ellis (Crusaders, Kobelco Steelers & New Zealand), Reggie Goodes (Hurricanes), Akker van der Merwe (Lions), Paddy Ryan (Waratahs & Australia), Martin Muller (Lions), Michael Fatialofa (Hurricanes), Brad Shields (Hurricanes), Jordan Taufua (Crusaders), Luke Whitelock (Highlanders & New Zealand).Replacements: Andrew Ready (Reds), Schalk van der Merwe (Montpellier), Toby Smith (Rebels & Australia), Sam Carter (Brumbies & Australia), Ruan Ackermann (Lions), Nic Stirzaker (Rebels), Richard Mounga (Crusaders), Luke Morahan (Force & Australia). ' ' '