I'm not going to be so quick to sit here and say it is the coaching staff's fault - there is a problem structurally at this club which means it would be hard for any coach to get this team to perform. "I am with them and they are with me". The important thing is to focus on our game and, of course, knowing which opponent we are going to face and that is all.
The 20-year-old Tsitsipas, ranked 15th in the world, came through 2-4, 4-1, 4-3 (7/3), 4-3 (7/3) against 19-year-old de Minaur after one hour and 41 minutes for his second title after Stockholm last month. And I think this is little bit not fair because the other guys, they have little more chances to win always. The Aussie played well in the tie-break, but Tsitsipas showed great resolve to rebound from his unconverted match-point opportunity to take out the trophy.
Alison Riske will be the second singles player on court tomorrow for the US in the Fed Cup final as her country looks to win back-to-back competitions for the first time since the turn of the millennium. But the veteran Strycova, playing her 20th Fed Cup tie after first appearing in the tournament in 2002, showed her experience, breaking the young American's serve seven times to hold on for a 6-7 6-1 6-4 victory.
Ireland got the scrap it wanted before playing New Zealand as it had to grind past Argentina 28-17 at Lansdowne Road on Saturday. "I'm scarred by them from '99 and '07, so they've been a team that have consistently upset us in big games", says former Ireland captain Brian O'Driscoll when previewing this weekend's upcoming tie against the formidable foes.
Martin Kaymer and Danny Willett , both former winners of the Nedbank Golf Challenge , will lead the action off the first tee alongside Sam Horsfield . It should be a fun day. "It's the first tournament that I came to watch live and watch my heroes play", Schwartzel said. As for 41st-ranked Shane Lowry and 53rd ranked Paul Dunne, they're keen to close the gap on the top-30 in the final standings who will be exempt for The Open at Royal Portrush next year.
Real Betis took advantage of their numerical strength just two minutes after red card was shown to Rakitic to make the scores 4-2 in the 83rd minute - Sergio Canales the goal scorer. "Winning at the Camp Nou requires concentration and doing everything very well". Betis seemed faster, sharper and hungrier while Barcelona's midfield was repeatedly carved open on the break.