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TENNIS

SWEDISH OPEN

BASTAD, Quarter finals — Gaston Gaudio (2, Arg) bt Rafael Nadal (Esp) 6-2, 6-3 Robin Soderling (Swe) bt Juan Ignacio Chela (4, Arg) 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 6-2 lFernando Gonzalez (6, Chi) bt Juan Monaco (Arg) 6-4, 6-4 Mariano Zabaleta (8, Arg) bt Alberto Martin (Esp) 6-1, 6-2.

SWISS OPEN

GSTAAD, Quarter finals — Rainer Schuettler (3, Ger) bt Felix Mantilla (Esp) 6-1, 4-6, 6-2 Roger Federer (1, Sui) bt Radek Stepanek (Cze) 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 Potito Starace (Ita) bt Jiri Novak (4, Cze) 6-4, 6-3 Igor Andreev (Rus) bt Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (Esp) 6-3, 6-4.

FOOTBALL

COPA AMERICA

LIMA, group A — Peru 3 (Jefferson Farfan 34, Nolberto Solano 61, Santiago Acasiete 72) Venezuela 1 (Massimo Margiotta 74) Colombia 1 (Edixon Perea 90) Bolivia 0.

International Friendly

KWANGJU — South Korea 2 (Lee Dong-gook 2, Choi Jin-cheul 41) Bahrain 0.

CALCUTTA LEAGUE

SUPER DIVISION — East Bengal 3 (Alvito D’Cunha 6pen, Climax Lawrence 67, Dipankar Roy 73) Railway FC 0 First Division, group B — Sporting Union 4 Behala Youth 0 Jessop Anushilani 1 Sonali Shibir 0 Garalgacha 0 Barisha SC 0 Milan Samity 1 Taltala Institute 0 Rajasthan Club 2 Bata SC 2 Salkia Friends 0 United Students 1 Kalighat MS 2 Aikya Sammilani 1.

GOLF

USPGA ILLINOIS MEET

SILVIS, Round II132 Vaughan Taylor (US) 63 69 135 Patrick Sheehan (US) 69 66, Stewart Cink (US) 70 65, Joe Durant (US) 66 69, Jeff Brehaut (US) 65 70, John E. Morgan (GBR) 66 69, Lucas Glover (US) 68 67 136 Richard S. Johnson (Swe) 68 68, Vijai Singh (Fij) 69 67, Len Mattiace (US) 68 68, Jim McGovern (US) 67 69, Mark Wilson (US) 68 68 137 Carlos Franco (Par) 70 67 139 John Senden (Aus) 70 69, Camilo Villegas (Col) 71 68.

SCOTTISH OPEN

LOCH LOMOND, Round II133 Gregory Havret (Fra) 69 64 134 David Howell (GBR) 70 64, Ian Poulter (GBR) 67 67, Phillip Price (GBR) 65 69 135 Thomas Bjorn (Den) 68 67, Christian Cevaer (Fra) 67 68 Kenneth Ferrie (GBR) 67 68, Peter Hedblom (Swe) 67 68, Tom Lehman (US) 67 68, Marcus Fraser (Aus) 67 68, Tetsuji Hiratsuka (Jpn) 70 65, Roger Chapman (GBR) 69 66 136 Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel) 68 68, Peter Lonard (Aus) 69 67 137 Michael Campbell (Nzl) 70 67, Stephen Gallacher (GBR) 68 69, Tim Petrovic (US) 71 66, Eduardo Romero (Arg) 65 72, Graeme McDowell (GBR) 72 65, Colin Montgomerie (GBR) 69 68, Mark Roe (GBR) 67 70, Thomas Levet (Fra) 70 67, Wade Ormsby (Aus) 71 66.

For the book

The world’s oldest competitive runner, Phillip Rabinowitz of South Africa, became the fastest 100-year-old in the world on Saturday, for the second time in a week but this time it is official. Rabinowitz succeeded in breaking the world record last Sunday, but his feat could not be officially recorded after a power failure prevented the timer from working. He broke the record in 30.86 seconds.

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