He later told reporters: "Lewis was quick, full stop. And Ferrari are the best they have been in a decade". "For Lewis, it was a pretty drama-free afternoon: he was managing the pace in the right way, our strategy was spot on and, on an afternoon when there was lots of scope for making mistakes, he didn't put a foot wrong." .
It is believed that during Argentina's 1-0 victory over Chile last week, Messi said "fuck off, your mother's c*nt" at linesman Dewson Silva. "The club considers the four-match suspension finally imposed on the Argentine player to be unfair and totally disproportionate".
As for his opponent, that'll depend on who wins today. "I'm getting older, I'm 38 years old, fighting in a weight class I didn't start my career in". Cormier controlled Johnson throughout the final two rounds to claim the title stripped from Jones, who had been suspended indefinitely by the UFC at the time after his arrest when police said he left the scene of a vehicle accident.
It appeared for a short time that Garcia's charge had gone off track, when his score of bogey at the par-four 10th was changed to a triple-bogey on the leaderboard. "Being in position going into Saturday here at the Masters is going to be special", Hoffman said. "In my mind, it's just golf", he said. However, he will now have to overcome a rough start at Augusta following an opening round 72 on Thursday and a one-over 73 on Friday.
A singles win on Sunday by either Nick Kyrgios or Thompson would give Australia a place in the semi-finals, on September 15-17, for only the second time since 2006. Kyrgios is due to face Sock in Sunday's opening reverse singles rubber, although Hewitt is anticipating another curve ball from the U.S. after the world number 15 was a late replacement for Sam Querrey in the doubles.
He shot a steady 1-under 71 to remain in striking distance, a stroke behind co-leaders Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia. He took a double and is part of a three-way tie at 4 under, two out of the lead. "I certainly know anything can happen on Sunday", said Spieth, referring to his collapse past year. "I plan to play aggressive because at this point, it's win or go home".