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Follow The Tours ATP San Diego Open Daily Match Summaries

Read daily match summaries from the ATP 250 San Diego Open, that’s been taking place in California this week on the Follow The Tours website.

🌟 Players who have been taking part this  week:🌟

🎾 Andy Murray                  🎾 Andrey Rublev

🎾 Denis Shapovalov        🎾 Casper Ruud

🎾 Aslan Karatsev              🎾 Grigor Dimitrov

🎾 Diego Schwartzman   🎾 Cameron Norrie

The semi-finals and finals take place this weekend 02 and 03 October 2021.

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A Sorry Sunday of Sport

One of the biggest disadvantages of being a multi sports fan is that sports inevitably clash.  However, on the plus side, by the law of averages someone somewhere should win and make yours truly a happy bunny.  Obviously the law of averages was out of sync today because everyone lost, apart from one favourite, who only won at the expense of another favourite.  Go figure.

Football:  It’s like being back in the 70s.  The Scousers look good and United are utter tripe.  Oh happy days … Read the rest

Stanimal Blasts Novak Off The Court – Again

Stan Wawrinka’s got the Indian Sign on Novak Djokovic.  He must be the only tennis player who loves seeing Djokovic staring down at him on the other side of the net.  Novak is his lucky charm.  A year ago, he famously destroyed Novak’s dreams of winning a career Grand Slam in the French Open final.  The previous year, he had defeated Novak in an epic 5 set quarter-final duel on his way to winning his first Grand Slam, the Australian Open, at the grand old … Read the rest

The Olympics: Day 9

Gymnastics:  Forget Super Saturday.  That’s so four years ago.  In Rio 2016, it’s all about Sensational Sunday.  Gold!  Gold!  Gold!  Max Whitlock Olympic Champion!  Now, we at Random Towers did say that young Max had the look of an Olympic champion about him, but that was on the pommel.  A floor medal was a possibility as he is the world silver medallist, bur with the Japanese Kenzo Shirai being able to throw out quadruple twists, a silver was the most that could have been expected.  … Read the rest

The Olympics: Day 6

Rowing:  After a glut of bronzes and a couple of golds yesterday, there was one colour of medal missing.  That oversight was rectified early today when Katherine Grainger and Vicky Thornley won silver in the double sculls.  They had been leading the race and the gold looked a possibility but the Polish boat slowly inched past them towards the end to win by 0.95 secs.  If coming 4th is the worst possible place, then surely silver must be the most bittersweet position.  Is it a … Read the rest

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