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Abraham Ancer of Mexico wins WGC event for 1st PGA Tour title



Abraham Ancer of Mexico won the FedEx St. Jude Invitational on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, beating Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama and Sam Burns with a 6-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole of a playoff.

Ancer won the World Golf Championships occasion at TPC Southland after Burns’ 5 1/2-foot putt — on a similar line as Ancer — lipped out.

Ancer, the 30-year-old former University of Oklahoma player who was brought into the world in McAllen, Texas, shut with a 2-under 68 to coordinate with Matsuyama and Burns at 16-under 264. Matsuyama shot a 63, and Burns had a 64.

Ancer turned into the fourth Mexican winner on the PGA Tour, following Victor Regalado, Cesar Sanudo and Carlos Ortiz, and the seventh player to win a WGC event for his first tour victory. He’s projected to leap to tenth on the world ranking.

Harris English, the 2013 champion at TPC Southwind, was a stroke back after a 73 in the wake of driving get-togethers of the initial three days.

On the principal additional opening, Ancer, Burns and Matsuyama, coming off a bronze-medal playoff loss in the Tokyo Olympics, made fair runs at birdies. Matsuyama had the most brief endeavor — from 20 feet — and it almost went in the cup prior to lipping out.

Bryson DeChambeau, two strokes behind English get-togethers third-round 63, had a 74 to tie for eighth at 12 under. He missed the Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19.


Erik van Rooyen won the Barracuda Championship for his first PGA Tour title, getting done with 50 focuses in the changed Stableford scoring system.

Van Rooyen, the 31-year-old previous University of Minnesota player from South Africa, eagled the standard 4 eighth and shut with a birdie on the standard 4 eighteenth for a five-point triumph over Andrew Putnam at Tahoe Mountain Club’s Old Greenwood Course.

Players get eight focuses for a gooney bird, five for falcon, two for birdie and zero for standard. A point is deducted for an intruder, and three focuses are removed for a twofold intruder or more terrible.

Van Rooyen had a 16-point final round, making the falcon, six birdies and an bogey.

Van Rooyen hopped from 139th to 78th in the FedEx Cup standings, with the main 125 get-togethers Wyndham Championship one week from now procuring spots in the season finisher opener at Liberty National. He procured a spot in the PGA Championship one year from now yet not the Masters in light of the fact that the occasion is being played inverse a World Golf Championship — the FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Memphis, Tennessee.

Putnam won the 2018 occasion for his solitary PGA Tour title.


Kentucky junior Jensen Castle won the U.S. Ladies’ Amateur, beating Arizona junior Hou Yu-chiang of Taiwan 2 and 1 in the 36-opening last at Westchester Country Club.

Palace, from West Columbia, South Carolina, won in the wake of opening with a 7-more than 79 on Monday in the first round of stroke play and enduring a 12-for-2 season finisher late Tuesday to get into the 64-player field for match play. She’s the third No. 63 seed to win a USGA title, following Clay Ogden in the 2005 U.S. Beginner Public Links and Steven Fox in the 2012 U.S. Beginner.

After Hou won the 30th and 31st with birdies to pull inside one, Castle took the standard 4 33rd with a standard, lost the standard 3 34th to Hou’s birdie and finished off the match with a birdie on the standard 4 35th.

Positioned 248th on the world amateur ranking, Castle wrapped up a automatic spot on the U.S. Curtis Cup group this month in Wales. She likewise procured spots in the Women’s British Open at Carnoustie in about fourteen days, and the 2022 ANA Inspiration, U.S. Ladies’ Open, Evian Championship and Augusta National Women’s Amateur.


Scotland’s Grant Forrest held off England’s James Morrison in the Hero Open for his first European Tour title.

Forrest birdied the last two openings at Fairmont St Andrews for a 6-under 66 and 24-under 264 aggregate. Morrison was a stroke back after a 63.

The 28-year-old Forrest is the principal home victor in Scotland on the European Tour since Paul Lawrie in the 2012 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.

Spain’s Santiago Tarrio was third at 21 under after a 68.


Joshua Creel won the Utah Championship for his first Korn Ferry Tour title.

Creel made a 30-foot birdie putt on the standard 4 eighteenth for a 7-under 64 and 24-under 260 absolute at Oakridge Country Club. He hopped from 64th to 32nd in the season standings with the best 25 get-togethers ordinary season finale one week from now in Omaha, Nebraska, procuring PGA Tour cards.

Hayden Buckley (61), Taylor Montgomery (67) and Peter Uihlein (67) tied for second, two strokes back.

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Mexico’s Fernanda Lira won the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship in Battle Creek, Michigan, for her first Symetra Tour title. She birdied five of the last six openings for a 10-under 62 and a six-stroke triumph. She completed at 19-under 197. … Denmark’s Marcus Helligkilde won the Vierumaki Finnish Challenge, driving wire-to-wire for his first European Challenge Tour title. He shut with a 71 for a 23-under 265 aggregate. He shot a 61 in the first round. Sweden’s Jesper Svensson was two strokes back after a 68.

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Spear heading their presence in the car racing arena is a professional race team, Team Mohamed’s



Taking their passion and vision ahead in the realm of car and race sporting events is an astute team of professionals, Team Mohamed’s.

The world of sports has fascinated millions across the globe. Many diverse sports have got people united invoking great interests among wider masses. Some of the most commonly liked sports includes- Soccer, Basketball, Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, and much more. But there has been a different league and fan following for car and bike racing events. It is one of the super niche sporting events in the world but still has got millions of people being glued to it. Undoubtedly it is the amount of energy, zest, and sheer entertainment that the sport provides which makes people go ga-ga over it and turn them into blind followers of the sport. With many different racing events now gaining much presence and momentum around the world, the need and demand of an professional race team has increased by double digits. We came across one such professional car race team who are making most of their opportunities and spiraling their way to the top in the world of racing events, Team Mohamed’s.

Team Mohamed’s is an core, versatile, and integrated professional race team based out of Guyana, South America which was founded by Azruddin Mohamed. He is the owner of the firm and has left no stone unturned in taking their team ahead in the world of racing events. Team Mohamed’s is one of the leading race team in Guyana who has shown immense passion and love for many different race sporting events. Today they have catapulted them to become one of the finest and most seek and sought-after professional car race teams not only in Guyana and South America but also around the world. Some of their priced assets include 4000hp Pro Mod Ford Mustang, three undefeated GTRs, with horsepower ranging from 2000 to 2500hp, professional sports bikes and a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

Team Mohamed’s has swiftly become one of the finest professional car racing teams that have made an robust presence in umpteen number of Drag racing events and also other event organized by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club. One of the recent addition to their armamentarium has been Nissan GT-R, one of the fastest cars available and having a proven track record of finishing the line @ #1.

With an objective and vision of taking the race sporting events to next level and further strengthen their stand firmly within this super niche industry, Team Mohamed’s has been investing large amount of money developing Guyana’s motor racing infrastructure to meet international standards. We hope that Azruddin Mohamed and his aspiring firm, Team Mohamed’s continues to speed past many more racing events and end up being victorious in each one of them. We wish them all the very best for all future endeavors.

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Atlanta Hawks beat Boston Celtics 108-92 behind dynamic cautious exertion



The Atlanta Hawks facilitated the Boston Celtics on Friday night as they hoped to expand their five-game series of wins. The Hawks had the option to stretch out their streak to six games with a start to finish 108-92 win over the Celtics in this one. While Boston undermined on occasion, the Hawks never followed in the last 3/4 of this game as their guard conveyed them to the success.

John Collins drove Atlanta to the success with 21 places, nine bounce back and four squares. Trae Young added 21 focuses, nine bounce back and six helps. Bogdan Bogdanovic had 19 focuses off the seat, with Danilo Gallinari adding 14.

Jayson Tatum (20 focuses) and Jaylen Brown (26 focuses) drove the way for Boston in the misfortune.

The Hawks were all over Boston out of the doors in this one, driving the Celtics by a score of 32-20 after the initial time frame. The cautious exertion was there from the leap.

The Hawks piled up five takes and four squares in the main quarter, something they had not doing in north of three years.

Onyeka Okongwu proceeded with his strong play on the second unit with this banner of a square on Jayson Tatum at the edge.

The Hawks drove the Celtics 62-47 at the half, with Young driving the way with 13 places, five bounce back and four helps.

Bogdanovic had nine focuses and three helps off the seat in the main half. The Hawks held the Celtics to 33% shooting with six takes and seven squares in the initial 24 minutes.

The second from last quarter was not kind to the Hawks anyway as they were outscored 30-18 by Boston, as the Celtics pulled inside three focuses going to the final quarter. Atlanta battled disagreeably in the third, shooting only 8-of-26 from the floor as they took a 80-77 lead to the last edge.

Gallinari kept on being exceptionally strong on the second unit in this one, and got a major and-one inside to start off the scoring in the final quarter for the Hawks.

Bogdanovic hit a major three off the spill to put the Hawks up by six inside the brief imprint.

Bogdanovic remained hot as the Hawks went on a 18-2 hurry to take a 103-86 lead into conclusive minutes of the fourth after the Celtics had managed the lead to only one right off the bat in the quarter. The Hawks had the option to hang on from that point to get their 6th back to back triumph.

Guard was the story in this game, as the Hawks piled up twofold digit takes and impeded shots in the success without precedent for north of three years.

The Hawks will hope to move off their seventh consecutive win on Sunday evening when the Los Angeles Lakers come to town.

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Paris Saint-Germain prepare to offer Lionel Messi a three-year contract to join Ligue 1 club



Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer Lionel Messi a three-year agreement to move to the French capital, sources have told ESPN, and feel an arrangement is close get-togethers beginning discussions with Messi’s delegates.

Prior on Friday, PSG mentor Mauricio Pochettino affirmed that signing the 34-year-old “was a possibility,” and sources have disclosed to ESPN that further arrangements with Messi’s dad and specialist, Jorge, are planned Monday, or perhaps sooner.

The arrangement, as per sources, could affect the futures of PSG’s Kylian Mbappe and Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

Sources disclosed to ESPN that PSG reached out to Messi on Thursday following the startling declaration from Barca that he would not be marking another arrangement with them. PSG brandishing chief Leonardo and chairman Nasser al Khelaifi are vigorously engaged with the conversations with Messi, having been in touch with his dad, Jorge, for quite a while.

Talking at a news conference in front of PSG’s initial round of the Ligue 1 season, Pochettino contract that data. “Obviously [signing Messi] is plausible,” he said. “The club is working on it and if there is any information we will communicate it as soon as possible.”

Sources added that Messi joining PSG would improve the probability of Mbappe, who is out of agreement the following summer, signing another drawn out manage the club. This would harm Real Madrid’s expectations of marking the 22-year-old on a free exchange the following summer.

Messi’s appearance in Ligue 1 would likewise mean PSG end their advantage in marking Manchester United midfielder Pogba, which means he would run down his agreement at Old Trafford prior to turning into a free specialist the following summer.

PSG have for quite some time been vocal about their desires to sign Messi since he reported in August 2020 that he needed to leave Camp Nou. Sources have revealed to ESPN that while on vacation in Ibiza with Messi, PSG’s Neymar was pushing him to join the club. Messi additionally had discussions with Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes and Marco Verratti on the matter.

PSG proprietor Tamim canister Hamad is anxious to carry Messi to the club, and sources have revealed to ESPN that he is being kept educated regarding every one of the discussions. Container Hamad has been quick to sign either Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo since he purchased the club in 2011.

In any case, there will be weighty monetary ramifications for PSG should they figure out how to allure Messi to the club. While he is a free specialist in the wake of running down his agreement with Barca, the 34-year-old would in any case order an enormous agreement as far as wages, commissions, a marking on expense and rewards.

Barcelona president Joan Laporta on Friday said he would not like to create bogus expectation over the odds of Messi returning and added that nobody is greater than the club.

“I don’t want to generate false hope,” Laporta said. “During the course of negotiations, we’ve known of other offers for Messi. There was a time limit, for us and for them, because they need time.

“The leagues are starting. I am not willing to mortgage the club for 50 years for anybody. The decision is made, there is no more margin and the reason is financial fair play. We have a limit when it comes to player salaries.”

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