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Pouille, Ramos-Vinolas to Clash in Monte-Carlo Semis
21 April 2017, 08:21 | Andy Ferguson
Tennis- Monte Carlo Masters- Monaco 22/04/2017. Rafael Nadal of Spain reacts after defeating David Goffin of Belgium. REUTERS Eric
Leading by a set and 5-3 in the tiebreak of the second, Ramos-Vinolas alomst slipped away the victory as his opponent turned the table in the second set at 7-6 (5), before building a 2-0 lead in the decider.
The 29-year-old world number one had been absent from tennis for over a month after suffering the problem at Indian Wells on March 12, but he made a successful return when defeating Gilles Muller in the previous round.
"If I'd been offered this result a week, 10 days ago, I would've taken it", Murray told Sky Sports. "This year has been stop-start for me, for a few different reasons", Murray said. "So hopefully I keep going in the right direction".
Murray said that he was doubtful about his participation in the upcoming Barcelona Open and the Hungarian Open as he considers focusing on his fitness. Maybe tomorrow or a day after I'll be able to look back a little bit and think where I'm at now from where I was a week ago.
"Murray added: "I felt like - even though I didn't hold serve that much today - that I served better than I did in my last match".
'Russia responsible 'by proxy' for Syrian chemical attack'
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the strikes had left the USA "on the verge of military clashes with Russia ". Haley said "getting Assad out is not the only priority" and that countering Iran's influence in Syria was another.
Grieving Isaiah Thomas to play Game 2, then fly to funeral
His coach Brad Stevens gave Thomas the option of playing or missing the first game or two of the playoffs to be with his family. It didn't work - Chicago pulled down 11 offensive rebounds in the first three quarters Tuesday and had 14 second-chance points.
Former French Open champion Stan Wawrinka was also routed, with the Swiss third seed losing to Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay 6-4, 6-4.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are in the other half of the draw in Monaco.
In WTA action, Taiwan's Chan Chin-wei was beaten yesterday in the semi-finals of the doubles at the Zhengzhou Open in China with partner Monique Adamczak of Australia.
They lost to Jacqueline Cako of the USA and Israel's Julia Glushko 2-6, 7-5, 10-4.
US 'Facebook Killer' found dead after police chase
In several posts, he claimed to have killed as many as a dozen people, but police have not found evidence to support that claim. Late Sunday, police issued an aggravated murder warrant for him and in a statement said that he may have traveled out of state.
Most drivers don't know about new speeding fine laws, says study
FAILING to update your satnav could land you with a fine of up to £2,500, as revised speeding sanctions come into force next week. Here are six things you need to know about the new rules being imposed by the Sentencing Council, and how they could affect you.
Trump addresses Paris incident: Looks like a terrorist attack
French President Francois Hollande held a press conference after an emergency meeting with Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve . In France meanwhile, three people known to the attacker were being questioned by anti-terror police, judicial sources said.
Cowboys QB Romo retires from NFlL, joins CBS News
It should be interesting to see how he does hopping into a primetime spot on television as a newly minted broadcaster. Romo already has informed Cowboys owner Jerry Jones of his decision to step away from the game for now, sources said.
Chris Sale fans 13 in dominant showing for the Red Sox
Sale was momentarily in-line for his second win of the season after Xander Bogaerts's go-ahead RBI single in the top of the ninth. Kimbrel then sat the Blue Jays down on a Justin Smoak flyout and back-to-back strikeouts of Ezequiel Carrera and Darwin Barney .