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Hsia Su-wei เผชิญหน้ากับ Naomi Osaka ใน Australian Open
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เมลเบิร์นออสเตรเลีย - สนามเทนนิสกำลังกลายเป็นรายการที่เล่นในบ้านได้อย่างสนุกสนานเนื่องจากผู้เล่นที่อยู่ในตาข่ายคือ Hsia Su-Wei ราชินีแห่งการยิงลูกเหนือศีรษะซึ่งมีรอบที่โหดหินมุมที่ชาญฉลาดและการยิงสองมือจากทั้งสองฝ่ายสามารถทำได้ เขย่าคู่ต่อสู้ของเธอ นาโอมิโอซาก้าแชมป์แกรนด์สแลม 3 สมัยถอนหายใจดัง ๆ เมื่อวันอาทิตย์ที่ผ่านมาเมื่อมีการประกาศว่ารางวัลของเธอในการไล่สองแต้มกับการ์บินมุกุโระซ่าคือการพบกับเฮสเซียซึ่งเข้ามาแทนที่ในรอบก่อนรองชนะเลิศในขณะที่โอซาก้าพยายามแก้ปัญหา ปัญหาที่เกิดขึ้นคือ Mugurosa "เธอเป็นหนึ่งในผู้เล่นเหล่านั้นสำหรับฉันถ้าเป็นวิดีโอเกมฉันก็อยากจะเลือกตัวละครของเธอมาเล่นเธอ" โอซาก้าแชมป์ปี 2019 กล่าว "เพราะสมองของฉันไม่สามารถเข้าใจตัวเลือกที่เธอเลือกเมื่อ เธออยู่ในสนาม " โอซาก้าวัย 23 ปีกล่าวเสริมว่า "มันไม่สนุกที่จะเล่น แต่มันสนุกมากที่ได้ดู" Hessia อายุ 35 ปีมีความสามารถมากกว่าในการเป็นคู่ ซึ่งเธอและคู่หูของเธอ Barbara Strykova มาถึง Melbourne Park ในฐานะเมล็ดพันธุ์ชั้นนำและออกมาในรอบที่สอง แชมป์แกรนด์สแลม 3 สมัยประเภทคู่เฮสเซียไม่เคยผ่านเข้ารอบรองชนะเลิศในรายการเดี่ยวแกรนด์สแลม 37 รายการแรกของเขา "เธออาจจะชนฉันในสนาม" คนขับรถพูดอย่างร่าเริง "ฉันพยายามเล่นเกมทำงานของฉันดูว่าจะเกิดอะไรขึ้น" Sia มีใบหน้าที่มีความสุขและสงบ แต่เบื้องหลังรอยยิ้มนั้นซ่อนคู่แข่งประจำ เธอเล่นมาแล้ว 5 ครั้งที่โอซาก้าและสี่เกมเกิดขึ้นในสามเซตรวมถึงชัยชนะคนเดียวของเฮสเซียในรอบที่สามที่ไมอามีในปี 2019 เมื่อโอซาก้าเป็นที่ 1 ของโลก ถามว่าอะไรทำให้เกม Siya เป็นความท้าทายดังกล่าวโอซาก้ากล่าว , "คุณเห็นเธอเล่นหรือไม่" เธอหัวเราะ "มันเหมือน" อะไรนะ "เธอกล่าวเสริม" ฉันรู้ว่าสำหรับฉันทุกครั้งที่เล่นฉันต้องคาดหวังทุกอย่าง " การเผชิญหน้าระหว่าง Hesia จากไต้หวันและญี่ปุ่น Osaka เป็นการศึกษาที่แตกต่างกัน โอซาก้าสร้างจังหวะและเฮสเซียพลิกกลับอีกครั้ง โอซาก้าเป็นแม่เหล็กที่เพิ่ม Louis Vuitton, Tag Hair และ Workday ลงในผลงานคำแนะนำสำหรับ Australian Open Hasia ไม่มีสปอนเซอร์ส่วนหนึ่งเป็นเพราะการออกแบบ "ฉันชอบอยู่แบบเรียบง่าย" เฮสเซียกล่าวซึ่งกิจวัตรของการสวมใส่การแข่งขันเทนนิสลดราคาได้รับการตอบสนองจากการปิดกั้นทั่วประเทศเมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้ว เกมแห่งอำนาจกำลังเป็นที่นิยมในโอซาก้า แต่สไตล์ที่ปราณีตกว่าของเฮียจะไม่มีวันล้าสมัย เธอเป็นศิลปินที่เปลี่ยนศีรษะของเธอด้วยวิสัยทัศน์ที่ไม่ธรรมดาที่ทำให้ศาลมีรูปร่างในแบบที่กระทะบันเดตให้รูปร่างกับแป้งที่เทลงไป “ ฉันคิดว่าเธอมีมือที่น่าทึ่งและดวงตาที่น่าทึ่ง” เซเรน่าวิลเลียมส์กล่าว โค้ช Patrick Mortogel "เธอเห็นบอลเร็วมองเห็นและคาดหวังมาก" นั่นเป็นเหตุผลว่าทำไมเธอถึงมีการเคลื่อนไหวมากเขากล่าวเสริมว่า "และทำไมเธอถึงเล่นยากจัง" ในช่วงสามสัปดาห์ที่ผ่านมางานที่ซับซ้อนในการเตรียม Sia ที่มีไหวพริบสำหรับเกมของเธอตกเป็นของ Andrew Whitington ที่ผ่านเข้าสู่รอบรองชนะเลิศในประเภทชายคู่ใน Australian Open 2017 และคว้า 200 อันดับแรกในประเภทซิงเกิ้ล ในวันจันทร์ที่แดดจัดในคอร์ต 17 เป็นการยากที่ด้านหน้ารางรถรางในพื้นที่รอบนอกด้านตะวันออก จากสนาม Whittington ได้ใช้เวลาเกือบหนึ่งชั่วโมงในการป้อนอาหาร Cia ให้กับ Cia อย่างหนักและราบเรียบซึ่งเป็นลายเซ็นของโอซาก้า Paul McNamy โค้ชของ Haya สั่งให้ Whittington ไม่ต้องกลั้น หลังจากที่ Hess ไม่สามารถเอาไม้ตีลูกกลับมือได้ McNamy หันไปหา Hess และบอกว่าเธอจะเห็นคนรับใช้คนนี้มากจากโอซาก้า เฮสพยักหน้าอย่างเคร่งขรึม วินาทีต่อมาเธอหยิบลูกบอลขึ้นมาจากสนามด้วยไม้ตีของเธอหันหลังกลับไปที่ตาข่ายและยิงธนูโดยไม่หันกลับไปมองวิททิงตันที่ทำได้แค่หัวเราะ แม็คนามีอธิบายว่า Sia เป็นวิญญาณอิสระและพูดว่า "คุณไม่ต้องการจับวิญญาณนั้นคุณต้องปล่อยให้มันขึ้นไปและเป็นอิสระ" เสียงหัวเราะที่น่าอิจฉากล่าวเสริมว่า "ฉันได้เรียนรู้ถึงความสุขของความเงียบขณะทำงานร่วมกับ Su-Wei" ในช่วงนาทีสุดท้ายของการฝึกฝนตลอดหลายชั่วโมง Whittington รับใช้คนรับใช้จาก Hessia รวมถึงงานฝีมือของพวกเขา เขาเตรียมพร้อมสำหรับคำถามเหล่านั้นมากกว่าคำถามที่เธอโน้มน้าวเข้าหาเขาในตอนท้ายของการออกกำลังกาย "การส่งของฉันช้ามากไหม" เธอพูด. นี่เป็นกรณีหายากที่เธอไม่ได้พูดเล่น เมื่อรู้สึกถึงช่องโหว่ของ Cia วิททิงตันจึงเคลื่อนไหวอย่างรวดเร็วเพื่อให้มั่นใจว่าสิ่งที่เธอส่งมานั้นดี เช่นเดียวกับลูกศรอื่น ๆ ที่สั่นไหวเขามีความเฉียบแหลมในความเข้าใจผิด Hessia โพสต์ 71 เปอร์เซ็นต์ของการส่งผลงานครั้งแรกของเธอในทัวร์นาเมนต์นี้ ความจริงแท้ของ Hasia ความไร้เดียงสาของเธอคือ“ สิ่งที่ทำให้เธอมีเอกลักษณ์และยอดเยี่ยมมากที่ได้ร่วมงานด้วย” Whittington กล่าว วิททิงตันนำไม้เทนนิสเข้าร่วมการประชุมหมัดมากกว่าเฮสเซีย , ใครมักจะเดินทางด้วย. ลูกบอลพบจุดที่น่าสนใจในค้างคาวเป็นประจำ McNamy อธิบายว่า Hess ได้จากไปสามปีโดยไม่ทำลายด้าย เฮสเซียผู้ให้ความบันเทิงที่ขับค้างคาวของเธอเหมือนอุปกรณ์เสริมของนักมายากลเฮสเซียเสียใจที่ล็อคจะปิดตัวลงแฟน ๆ จนถึงวันพุธและอาจนานกว่านั้น “ ฉันคิดว่าฉันแค่อยู่เหมือนเดิมสนุก ๆ พยายามมองโลกในแง่ดี” เธอกล่าว "ถ้าฉันไม่ชนะฉันหวังว่าการกักกันจะสิ้นสุดลงเร็ว ๆ นี้ฉันจะได้สนุกกับมันบ้าง" แม้ว่าโอซาก้าจะติดอันดับต้น ๆ แต่เธอก็สงสัยว่าเธอจะสนุก ในรอบสามของ Australian Open 2019 โอซาก้าเอาชนะ Hessia, 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 มันไม่ใช่ความทรงจำที่น่ารื่นรมย์ “ ฉันจำได้ว่าฉันมีอารมณ์มากมายเพียงเพราะฉันรู้สึกว่าไม่มีหลายสิ่งที่ฉันสามารถควบคุมได้ในขณะที่เล่นมัน” โอซาก้ากล่าว นี่คือพลังที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดของเสี่ย มันสามารถทำให้ผู้เล่นที่ดีที่สุดและแข็งแกร่งที่สุดรู้สึกหมดหนทาง
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Sebastian Henao Leads MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event
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The MILLIONS Online festival has gotten off to a flying start with the Mini Main Event obliterating its $1 million guarantee. A massive crowd of 1,127 players bought in across a pair of starting flights and only 169 of those starters remain in the hunt for the $184,507 top prize. MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Top 10 Chip Counts Place Player Country Chips 1 Sebastian Camilo Toro Henao Mexico 27,039,049 2 Elio Fox Mexico 25,419,260 3 Luciano Hollanda Brazil 23,000,730 4 Patrick Blye Canada 22,663,403 5 Nikolai Penkin Russia 18,426,901 6 Thomas Boivin United Kingdom 18,388,054 7 Viteslav Cech Czech Republic 18,020,370 8 Daria Krashennikova Russia 17,750,348 9 Tom Macdonald United Kingdom 17,618,322 10 Joseph Cheong Mexico 17,118,762 Sebastian Henao finds himself in the envious position of going into Day 2 as the tournament’s chip leader. The Mexico-based grinder is armed with 27,039,049 chips and must fancy his chances of taking down this event from this position. Victory will not be an easy task because there are some exceptional players in the chasing pack. Elio Fox is one of those superstars. Fox, also grinding from Mexico, has 25,419,260 chips in his stack and will have a major say in where this title ends up. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner has almost $10 million in live tournament winnings and more than $4.5 million from the online poker world. Daria Krashennikova flying high in the MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Slightly further down the chip counts, you find Canada’s Patrick Blye (22,663,403) who is riding the crest of a wave having won the APAT WCOAP Main Event last weekend for $27,408. He’s guaranteed another $2,105 right now but he definitely has an eye on the top prize. Also in the top 10 chip counts at the start of Day 2 are Thomas Boivin (18,388,054) and Russian starlet Daria Krashennikova (17,750,348). As are British high stakes cash guru Tom Macdonald (17,618,322) and Joseph Cheong (17,118,762). Stellar Names Litter The Field Those players are joined by some of the game’s biggest names. Such luminaries as Will Kassouf (16,075,000), Dominik Nitsche (12,483,080), Tom Middleton (11,180,475), and Mike Sexton Classic champion Daniel Dvoress (7,917,694) are all still in contention for glory. As are the likes of Justin Bonomo (6,362,236), David Peters (6,325,618), Kelly Saxby (5,313,311), David Yan (4,882,878), Ami Barer (3,473,910), Roberto Romanello (3,305,634), Hristovoje Pavlovic (2,255,971), and Mike Watson (915,478). Play resumes at 19:05 GMT on February 15 and continues until the 169 returning players are whittled to the final table of nine. Each of those finalists will then be guaranteed $14,826 and will be eight eliminations away from a $184,507 score. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Michael McDowell, a Big Underdog, Wins Daytona 500
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — There was a 16-car pileup near the start of the afternoon race and another fiery one right before it ended shortly after midnight. In between, Sunday’s Daytona 500 had a bit of everything.Hail the size of golf balls. A nearly six-hour rain delay. Fiery crashes, smoky crashes and muddy crashes. Drivers sprinting for shelter, fans running for safety and at least three contenders who left the track in search of dinner, including one who went through a takeout window still wearing his racing suit.A car partly owned by the singer Pitbull crashed out early. One owned by the basketball star Michael Jordan was still battling for the lead late. Cars went out with crash damage, or tire damage, or engine damage, or all three. One driver deftly avoided trouble on the track only to have his car slide into its muddy bog of an infield, which tore out some of the key components that make it run.And yet, when it was all done, when the rain stopped and the smoke cleared and the cars limped back into their garages, this year’s Daytona 500 still found one more way to surprise: with a 100-1 long shot, Michael McDowell, celebrating in Victory Lane.“I can’t believe it,” said McDowell, who looked stunned as he stopped at the flag stand to collect the checkered flag. It was his first win in 358 starts in NASCAR’s top series. “So many years just grinding it out,” he added. “So many years just hoping for an opportunity like this.”Over its 63 runnings, dating to 1959, the 500 has become known as the Great Equalizer, a race that allows a wider measure of competitiveness as unheralded drivers can keep themselves up front with the major teams through drafting. It has blessed a statistically significant number of underdogs with victories, a group that has included little-known rookies and stars moonlighting from other series, like IndyCar’s Mario Andretti in 1967. It also has produced shocking upsets: Derrike Cope in 1990 and Trevor Bayne in 2011 were two of the more recent examples.Early Monday morning, fate smiled on another underdog. McDowell, a 36-year-old journeyman with 14 years in the series, drove unscathed through a fiery last-lap crash to take a car-length victory over Chase Elliott.McDowell never led a lap in the 200-lap event until the last few feet of the final time around. He won because he had just moved out front as the yellow caution flag came out for a multicar pileup triggered by the Penske teammates Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski. Elliott tried to sneak ahead of him but was ruled to have finished second. Austin Dillon was credited with third, followed by Kevin Harvick and the pre-race favorite, Denny Hamlin, who was trying to become the first driver to win three straight Daytona 500s.“To get a first victory in a Daytona 500 — are you kidding me?” McDowell said in remarks to those that remained from a socially distanced crowd of about 30,000. “We’re a Daytona 500 champion. I cannot believe this.”McDowell wasn’t so lucky early in the race, when a 16-car melee was triggered on lap 15. He was right in the middle of that one, and his Ford suffered damage on all four corners. But his veteran crew chief Drew Blickensderfer — who worked for Matt Kenseth’s winning 500 team in 2009 — expertly assessed the damage during the long race stoppage that followed. When the race restarted hours later, McDowell was able to run his repaired car up front with the leaders the rest of the way.“It was pandemonium, chaos, out there; I hated that we couldn’t win,” said Logano, whose crash collected not only Keselowski but also a third Penske teammate, Austin Cindric. “But if we couldn’t, I would root for Michael.”Kyle Busch also drove into the fiery pileup, along with Darrell Wallace Jr., who had led the race briefly in his debut for a team run by Hamlin and Jordan. Wallace’s hopes were dampened on a final pit stop that went haywire, and forced him to make an additional stop to replace a loose wheel. The mistake cost him a full lap.The problem for Hamlin, who led nearly half the race, was that he got too far out front of the pack. Driving alone left him without drafting partners, and it allowed the field, moving faster as a group, to reel hin in.“We had the dominant car,” Hamlin said. “I was the fastest, but I got too ahead, by myself, and got freight-trained.”The Ford teams, including McDowell’s, also outfoxed the rest of the Chevrolets and Toyotas in the field on the last scheduled round of pit stops. They all pitted unexpectedly, together, in tight formation. And all of them executed their pit stops with identical precision and came back out on the track in a pack. The three Toyota drivers remaining in the race — Hamlin, Wallace and Busch — were unprepared to respond in kind; they were all spread out on the track after their stops, and Hamlin found himself relegated to 12th place with about 25 laps to go.After the final pits stops, there were five Fords in formation running up front, followed by the Chevrolets of Elliott and Dillon, and the Toyotas of Busch, Hamlin and Wallace.McDowell was in fifth, then fourth, and then suddenly in the lead — on the final lap — as the crashes unfolded around him. Elliott actually passed him, but an official review said the pass came seconds too late.The longest of races had produced a most unlikely winner.
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Premier League football tips for Chelsea v Newcastle 15 02 21
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Create your own bet for Premier League matches with #BetYourWay by either building your own bet on site or tweeting us your request @betway using the hashtag #BetYourWay. Here are four football tips that Will Rook thinks you should consider for Chelsea v Newcastle on Monday evening. Chelsea to win This isn’t rocket science. Chelsea have won four and drawn one of their five matches since Thomas Tuchel took over, while Newcastle have lost five of their last seven. Chelsea to keep a clean sheet Newcastle have failed to score in six of their last seven away games in all competitions. The only game in which they found the net was at Everton last month and both goals were scored by the currently injured Callum Wilson. Under 2.5 goals But it’s unlikely Chelsea are going to run away with it. The hosts haven’t scored more than two goals in any of their last nine league games. Mason Mount to score This feels like a generous price, considering Mount has featured in all four league games under Tuchel and started the last three. He has netted three in his last seven starts in all competitions and attempts an average of two shots per game – second only to Timo Werner in the Chelsea squad. Visit Betway's football betting page.
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Bovada is such a scam its a joke
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I am laughing at how much a scam this website really is. I feel pretty retarded for using bovada.I've used bovada for sports betting for a few years and never had a problem with their site paying out my winnings etc. I enjoy live dealer and poker tables but they're usually filled with bots lately so I don't bother. Anyways football season is over so I wanted to earn some points for my rewards.Long story short, I was close to a upgrading my rewards points from "pro 3" to allstar which makes your rewards higher value. I had a few hundred lying around after some superbowl winnings. I figured I would rack up some points on their slots to meet that goal.Holy. Shit. They paid out about 15% on slots! What a scam. I have played slots for fun and free drinks with friends/family in real life and usually you get some actual entertainment out of it. Real slot machines have free spins and shit to keep you playing... or even more if you're lucky. Sure it's always a scam for the casinos but this online site is entirely rigged. Yea I said it, the big R word for gamblers. Rigged. What a joke.Do not use bovada. At all. What a scam. I feel bad for people that use it to regularly gamble.I went through nearly $400 of autospins (200 at $2) and got back only $55. Granted, I don't expect to win on a slot machine, but to watch nearly every single spin lose is a joke. What a scam lol. I feel rewarded getting an extra $30 from losing $400.Yea thats about it, not touching this garbage site until next football season.
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Newspaper claims footballer won $100m at poker
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Put on your sceptical hat for this, but a newspaper is claiming that former Everton star Thomas Gravesen is one of the biggest winners in poker. Thomas Gravesen The Daily Star wrote that the Danish midfielder had won over $100 million playing poker since retiring from football and moving to the United States.  At this stage it would be remiss of us to point out that the Daily Star in the UK is not exactly a Pulitzer winning publication. Also, mainstream media tend to get turnover and profit gravely mixed up in these stories.  There are, however, rumours abound in poker that some of the biggest games and therefore biggest winners in poker are from the private games enjoyed by the rich and famous where most professionals are not allowed. Indeed, there is credible evidence to suggest that Rick Salomon and Tobey Maguire are two of the biggest winners in poker history from such games.  The article also claims that Gravesen lost $54 million in a single heads-up session in Vegas. That actually has some secondary evidence to be found, as five years ago somebody made the same claim on 2+2. They also said Gravesen was up $80 million at the time.  So it seems clear that Gravesen plays high stakes games and possibly has been a winner in them. However, it is probably better to wait for some respected players in the industry to confirm he is the real deal before we pay too much attention to the $100 million winner claims.  Do you think this story is plausible? Let us know in the comments: Barry Carter Barry Carter is the editor of PokerStrategy.com and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy
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Speed of Courts at Issue in Australian Open
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MELBOURNE, Australia — The chatter about the speed of the tennis courts at the Australian Open this year started innocently enough.It was just before the ATP Cup, the team competition at Melbourne Park that preceded the Australian Open, the year’s first Grand Slam event. Dominic Thiem of Austria, the winner of last year’s United States Open, mentioned he had been practicing at John Cain Arena, and the ball seemed to be coming off the blue hardcourt pretty darn fast.Days later, Novak Djokovic, the world No. 1 and eight-time champion of the Australian Open, said the court at Rod Laver Arena, which he refers to as his second backyard, felt strikingly fast. Then, after his second-round defeat of Frances Tiafoe of the United States, Djokovic said it was playing faster than at any other time since he began playing here 15 years ago, which is not a bad thing for perhaps the game’s most precise and effective ball striker. He said it again after beating Milos Raonic in the fourth round Sunday night. On Friday night, Thiem, the No. 3 seed, came back from two sets down to beat the fan favorite Nick Kyrgios of Australia in the third round, and spoke of all the challenges he had faced — a hostile crowd, Kyrgios’s booming serve and “the fastest Grand Slam Court I have ever played on.”Few players have disagreed.Their comments have caught Tennis Australia, the organizer of the Australian Open and the keeper of the courts at Melbourne Park, a bit off guard. Last year at the Australian Open, some players complained the courts were too slow.Machar Reid, the head of innovation for Tennis Australia, knows the most about the condition of the courts. He said pretournament tests produced results similar to last year, the first year the Australian Open contracted with GreenSet, which supplies the acrylic coating of the courts, essentially the paint.“What we aim for is consistency, year after year, not just here but for all the facilities in the country, so the players are playing on a similar surface no matter where they are,” Reid said in an interview last week. “All our indications are that the courts are the same.”Without getting overly technical in evaluating the tests against the experiences of multimillionaire athletes who have hit countless shots on countless courts and are sensitive to the tiniest changes in conditions, it is worth noting that tennis players consistently suffer from the Goldilocks syndrome.Tennis courts are always either too fast or too slow, too slick or too sticky. Players can shift their opinion midway through a match if the weather changes. They are not an easy lot to please.Men seem to obsess and complain about the speed more than women, perhaps because they hit harder. A serve traveling at 130 miles per hour is plenty difficult to return on a normal court. On a too-fast court it is tough to get the racket on it.The International Tennis Federation, the sport’s world governing body, classifies tennis courts into one of five categories for its Court Pace Rating: slow, medium-slow, medium, medium-fast and fast. A surface receives its classification after various tests that include measuring how high a ball bounces when it hits the surface at different speeds and how easily it slides when it is dragged across it, as well as other factors.The red clay of the French Open is the slowest Grand Slam surface. Playing on the grass of Wimbledon in certain conditions can feel like playing on an ice rink, with the ball skidding and barely rising above a player’s shins. The slightly cushioned hardcourts at the United States Open and the Australian Open are plenty fast, but the ball generally pops up. The speed can be adjusted from year to year depending on the grittiness of the acrylic coating — think of it as adding sand to paint.All the courts at Melbourne Park were polished and given a fresh coat of the GreenSet acrylic before this year’s tournament. Reid said Tennis Australia aims to provide a court that lands right in the middle of the I.T.F. classification scale because the organization believes that kind of court produces the best tennis.A court rated in the fastest category would too heavily favor the big servers and prevent points from developing. A slow court would encourage players to stay back and turn each point into a defensive chess match. A medium court allows tennis to hit that delicate balance between athleticism and strategy.The problem is tennis tournaments don’t take place in a static environment. No matter what the numbers say, how “fast” a tennis court plays is the result of an incalculable and ever-changing interaction of the ball, the surface of the court and the climate.Changes in the weather can have a drastic effect on how a ball moves. Cooler weather can make a tennis ball feel like a rock on the racket and lessen its bounce. When the temperature rises, the ball becomes livelier. There have been a few hot days in the past month, but the weather has been rather cool for the Melbourne summer.Then again, racket and string technologies are always improving, allowing players to hit harder, with more topspin than ever. Also, courts generally speed up with increased play, and the courts at Melbourne Park have experienced significantly more play than normal this year. Players began practicing on the courts three weeks before the Australian Open. Five separate competitions took place the week before the tournament started.And yet it’s a mystery whether the courts are truly faster and how big a factor that will play in the outcome of the tournament.Fifth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, whose game is laced with power, described the court at Rod Laver Arena as one of the slowest at Melbourne Park and not that different from the courts at other Grand Slam events.But Diego Schwartzman of Argentina, one of the game’s great baseline defenders, described the courts as “really, really quick.” Schwartzman, the No. 8 seed, lost in the third round to Aslin Karatsev, a hard-hitting Russian ranked 114th in the world and playing in his first Grand Slam singles tournament. Karatsev dispatched Schwartzman in three sets.“He’s a guy who was doing very powerful shots every single time, and the court was not helping,” Schwartzman said. “I prefer it a little bit slower, to have better conditions so you can think a little bit more in the match and you can have choices, different choices, different shots.”In the fourth round, Karatsev came back from two sets down to defeat Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada, the No. 20 seed.“I played here before, and it was slower,” Karatsev said. “But for me, it’s good. I think the fast surface for me, it’s always good.”On Sunday, Thiem, the big hitter who started all this chatter, lost badly to Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria at Rod Laver Arena, 6-4, 6-4, 6-0.“It was very, very fast, probably the fastest Grand Slam I’ve played so far,” Thiem said. “But that wasn’t the issue.”After the tournament, Reid said, he will evaluate the reams of data produced by the Hawk-Eye system, which takes hundreds of measurements per second of the ball and the court position of each player. It should provide some insight into whether the courts were faster this year. Or maybe it won’t.
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It’s now my official Day 1. But here’s my story.
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Since October 2019, I have lost close to $20k on online websites and buying call options amidst the AMC/GME hype. Being only 21 and a college student and not wanting to keep falling down the rabbit hole, I've tried so many times to stop and have just failed so many times. I gambled consistently during my classes and lost so many good friends as I would stay home and gamble, this disease is sickening. I'm about to graduate in June and wondered where all the time went, and it's sad to say that most of my time in college was spent in my apartment watching the Lithuanian basketball league at 3 in the morning, or betting absurd amounts of money on roulette spins and losing all my balance after two spins. I guess I'm here to say that if there are any college students out there, who happen to be in my shoes, just go out. Have a good time. Gambling is becoming more and more popular among college students and I would hate to see more people fall into this deadly trap.My "last straw" occurred just this past Friday when I went over to my friends' house to bet on these overseas and international basketball games (yes, we are both huge degenerates). We each lost about $100 that night on his account. However, trying to win everything back I had just lost, I went and logged back into his account without his permission when he was asleep and fired away every penny remaining in his balance (about $600 worth on the computerized blackjack). Let's just say, he was not happy, and while I did end up paying him everything I had lost on his account and my own bookie for the original 300 I lost that morning, I just came to this realization.I guess it made me finally understand that I really do have a serious problem, that logging into someone else's account could have gotten me killed, and that I don't wanna deal with this stress anymore. Gambling is a complete lie, and there is nothing else that can tell me otherwise now. I have had no urges to gamble so far since Saturday morning, and the longest I have been able to quit since October 2019 was two weeks. So, let's see if this truly was my final breaking point.
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With Indoor Rinks Closed, Players Turn to ‘Speakeasy Hockey’
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NORTHVILLE, N.Y. — One by one, the hockey players drove down a dark road in the foothills of the Adirondacks in search of fresh ice on a recent Friday night.The regulars knew where to turn. Nine pairs of skates dangled from a clothesline above the apron of a gravel driveway, marking the private property’s entrance. Lights affixed to trees illuminated a snow-covered lawn. Wood burned in an old barrel.Christian Klueg welcomed the invited guests — players ranging from teenagers to 50-somethings — to his backyard hockey rink. For 27 years, he had built smaller versions. But when he realized indoor rinks in New York would be closed or have restricted hours because of the coronavirus pandemic, he went all-in on upgrades. He drove 172 miles north to the Canadian border in December to purchase a 1987 Olympia ice-resurfacing machine.His playing surface measured 71 feet by 125 feet (an N.H.L. rink is 85 feet by 200 feet), and it was enclosed by boards four feet high that a minor league team once used. Klueg kept the resurfacing machine next to a seven-foot stack of firewood. Only one thing was missing as he grabbed a stick and skated from his house to his dream rink.“Anybody want to play goalie?” he said.Klueg, 39, a father of three, isn’t the only person playing hockey closer to home this winter. Locked out of indoor rinks because of the pandemic, hockey parents pivoted to their backyards, where they repurposed old barns, expanded previous playing spaces or purchased easy-to-assemble kits to keep their children occupied. Some were especially resourceful, spending a couple of hundred dollars at Home Depot and building from scratch. Others invested thousands in customizing rinks they had bought online.First-timers learned to negotiate inconsistent thaws and freezes, and anxious hosts added umbrella insurance on top of homeowners insurance in case injured visitors filed lawsuits. Like-minded neighbors knocked down fences to share space for rinks, while others complained about noise created by pucks crashing against wooden boards. With ice time at a premium, backyard rink owners were flooded with requests for open skating times.“It’s almost like Prohibition-era speakeasy hockey,” Klueg said. “Knock a certain way, come on in.”But no matter how hard someone bangs on her barn door in Hinesburg, Vt., Rebecca Racine Keinath, 47, isn’t letting outsiders into her new skating space. Last spring, she and her husband, Bart, figured their two children would be able to stay active outdoors all summer, but worried about what they would do in the cold-weather months if a vaccine were not available.So they took measurements of their 74-year-old dairy barn. Drainage grooves in the concrete on the ground floor prevented them from building a rink on that level, but when they looked up at the hayloft, they envisioned playing the game on a higher plane. They built stairs, removed much of the straw in the loft and patched holes in its wood floor before laying new planks and a tarp and then flooding it when temperatures dropped in mid-December.They installed LED lights for red and blue lines, and to keep an eye on the children from the kitchen, they set up a security camera. Visitors will not be allowed inside until the virus is better contained.“The cows might be rolling in their graves, but it’s warming to me that this beautiful barn isn’t just going to waste,” Racine Keinath said. “I like a little old with a little new.”Dylan Gastel, 24, learned how to build a rink in an old-school way. Growing up in Lincoln, R.I., he worked with his father constructing outdoor rinks. Over three weekends each November, they would saw plywood, hammer stakes into the ground and drill holes for screws. Eager to skate, Gastel would sit in his high school classrooms refreshing the Weather Channel’s website to learn when the next cold front was coming. Once the water froze, he sometimes skated until 3 a.m.“The only times my mom let me go in late to school was if I stayed up skating all night long,” he said.Updated Feb. 14, 2021, 8:48 p.m. ETHe eventually went to Yale, studied mechanical engineering, gained an entrepreneurial grant of $1,000 from a Yale program, developed the prototype of a rink that could be assembled in an hour and started a backyard rink company in his dorm room. Gastel’s modular kit offered lightweight plastic boards, connecting brackets, a liner and straps that held the system together. No tools were needed. In his first year, he said, he sold $1 million worth of rinks, and he doubled that in his second year.Then the pandemic hit. As school districts and local governments shuttered indoor facilities, Gastel said, he watched sales spike in those same areas as families, schools and towns purchased his rinks to offer outdoor options. In September, he projected he would run out of supplies by Christmas because of accelerated demand.So to shore up the supply chain, he traveled the Midwest in the fall and into the winter, securing additional production sites and warehouses. In three months, the company expanded its manufacturing capacity 500 percent.“Had to take those risks a little bit,” Gastel said.For many parents, their reward has been watching their children skate just outside their window. Robert Goldenberg, 46, had contemplated buying a pool to offer his family a respite from extended indoor time over the summer. He decided against it, in part, because he didn’t want to take space away from the rink the family has used through many winters.His two sons tried out for a travel team in October, but the season was suspended before final cuts had been made. The sons, who are 15 and 18, have not returned to an indoor rink, but they sharpen their skills at home in a Montreal suburb.To prevent pucks from landing in neighbors’ yards, Goldenberg added plywood fencing and 10-foot netting by the goal. But one night in January, he was in his second-floor office and heard a loud bang. His 15-year-old, Brett, had shot a puck, which ricocheted off the crossbar and crashed through the family’s dining room window.“I didn’t conceive it would go that far,” Robert Goldenberg said.Other rink owners have taken extra precautions. Brian Cook, 42, known in his Wisconsin neighborhood for his elaborate Christmas light displays, consulted an insurance agent about opening his four-year-old rink to people outside his family this winter. After answering questions from an underwriter, he took out a $1 million umbrella policy. He welcomes friends and children from around the neighborhood.“I have to make sure my butt’s covered to where I don’t lose my house because someone had a major concussion on my ice,” said Cook, who offers visitors skates, in a variety of sizes, that he has collected over the years.To alert skaters to possible trouble, Klueg places orange cones by soft spots on his ice. His house rules include a ban on body checking.Klueg has considered more renovations to his 13-acre plot. His wish list includes a 50-ton chiller with 8,400 square feet of refrigeration mats that would keep the ice frozen even when the temperature reaches 50 degrees. He estimated that he had poured $10,000 into his rinks over the years.Between shifts during a recent game, he envisioned his barn as a heated bay where he could park his ice resurfacing machine.“Next year,” he said.
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