HONG KONG OPEN
Second round leaders: 130 Richard McEvoy (GBR) l 133 Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) l 135 Henrik Nystrom (Swe) l 136 Hennie Otto (RSA), Padraig Harrington (Irl), Prayad Marksaeng (Tha), Peter Gustafsson (Swe) l 137 Chris Gane (GBR), Steven O’Hara (GBR), Darren Clarke (GBR), Rob Rashell (US), Amandeep Johl (Ind), Adam Fraser (Aus), Christopher Hanell (Swe) l 138 Wang Ter-Chang (Tai), Des Terblanche (RSA), Gary Rusnak (US), Michael Campbell (NZ), Desvonde Botes (RSA), Shaun Webster (GBR), Tsai Chi-huang (Tai), Choi Kyung-ju (Kor) l 139 Jose Maria Olazabal (Spa), Zhang Lian-wei (Chn).
MELBOURNE, second round leaders: 134 Robert Allenby (Aus) l 136 Peter Senior (Aus) l 138 Nick O’Hern (Aus), Brad Lamb (Aus) l 139 Jarrod Moseley (Aus), Peter Lonard (Aus) l 140 Marcus Fraser (Aus), Peter Fowler (Aus), Adam Scott (Aus), Steve Elkington (Aus), Adam Groom (Aus), Gareth Paddison (NZ) l 141 Neil Sarkies (Aus), Jens Nilsson (Swe), Euan Walters (Aus), Rod Pampling (Aus) l 150 Rich Beem (US).
National a chess
Round III: Dibyendu Barua (2.5) bt P. Hari krishna (0.5) l Sandipan Chanda (2) drew Abhijit Kunte (1.5) l S. Vikramjit Singh (2) bt Roktim Bandhodhpay (0.5) l S Kidambi (1) drew Prathamesh Mokal (1.5) l S S Ganguly (2.5) bt Sriram Jha (0.5) l R. B. Ramesh (2) drew Koneru Humpy (2) l Vishal Sareen (2) drew V Hariharan (1) l M R Venkatesh (1.5) drew Suvrajit Saha (1) l Srinivasa Rao (0.5) drew Arghyadip Das (1) l T S Ravi (1.5) drew Praveen Thipsay (2) l S Satyapragyan (1.5) drew Tejas Bakre (2) l Saptarshi Roy Chowdhary (2) drew Neelotpal Das (1.5).
MUMBAI, Harsh Mankad bt Ajay Ramaswami 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 7-6 (7-2) l Jasper Smit (Ned) bt Vinod Sridhar 6-3, 7-6 (7-2).
Chievo Verona 2 Perugia 1 l AS Roma 1 Palermo (II) 0.
Racing Santander 0 Sevilla 4 (Julio Baptista 13, 45+1, Dario Silva 23, Jose Antonio Reyes 46) l Real Zaragoza 2 (David Villa 25, 47) Athletic Bilbao 2 (Francisco Yeste 12, Tiko 23).
Hayward 2000 Sporting Club 4 (Dudu Omagbemi 16, Abdullateef Seriki 28, 42, Avinash Thapa 67th) JCT1 (M. Vijayan 18)
For the book
World champions Ferrari are aiming for their new car to be ready to race in the opening Grand Prix of the 2004 season in Australia. “We want to be able to present the new car in January in order to give it a debut right from the first race," Ferrari director Jean Todt said.