123 Street, NYC, US 0123456789 [email protected]

上海419论坛,上海龙凤419,爱上海 - Powered by Annam Dedric!

rsgqllsv

first_img Reuters ParisMay 30, 2019UPDATED: May 30, 2019 20:50 IST Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning his second round match of the French Open. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSSerena Williams beat Kurumi Nara of Japan 6-3, 6-2 to breeze into 3rd round of French OpenWorld No. 1 Novak Djokovic defeated Henri Laaksonen 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 in the 2nd round at Roland GarrosRafael Nadal and Roger Federer have also advanced to 3rd round of the French OpenNovak Djokovic wasted little time beating Henri Laaksonen 6-1 6-4 6-3 on Thursday to breeze into the third round of the French Open and stay on course to hold all four Grand Slam titles.The 32-year-old Serbian top seed, bidding to win his second French Open, was at his clinical best in the opening set against the Swiss lucky loser, dropping only three points on serve.There was a brief loss of focus when Djokovic was broken to love midway though the second set but he was quickly back in the groove to move two sets ahead.Laaksonen, ranked 104th in the world, had only reached the second round once in a Grand Slam, and there was no way back as Djokovic broke twice in the third to wrap up victory.As with holder Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, Djokovic has enjoyed a friendly first-week draw and he will face Italian qualifier Salvatore Caruso for a place in the fourth round.Serena Williams breezed into the third round of the French Open on Thursday with a routine 6-3 6-2 win against Japanese Kurumi Nara, wasting no energy in her quest for a record-equalling Grand Slam singles title.The 10th seed, chasing a first major since the 2017 Australian Open, survived a first-set fright in her opening match, but there was no hiccup this time.She will take on fellow American Sofia Kenin in the next round, with world number one Naomi Osaka a potential opponent in the quarter-finals.As often with Williams, both the clothes and the arm did the talking on Court Philippe Chatrier.She stepped into the stadium wearing her Virgil Abloh-designed dress printed with the words “Reine, Mere, Championne, Deesse” (Queen, Mother, Champion, Goddess).advertisementOn court, the 37-year-old was given a decent workout by world number 238 Nara, who was playing her only second match in the main draw of a tour-level tournament this year.Nara stood her ground in the first seven games but derailed in the eighth as Williams broke for 5-3 with a booming forehand winner down the line.The Japanese cracked earlier in the second set, dropping serve in the third game, and never recovered as Williams snatched her 801st victory on the tour.Also Read | French Open: Osaka survives early exit, Thiem battles through to 3rd roundAlso Read | French Open 2019: Federer eases into 3rd round, Cilic crashes outAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow French OpenFollow Serena WilliamsFollow Novak Djokovic French Open 2019: Djokovic, Serena smoothly sail into third roundWorld No. 1 Novak Djokovic enjoyed a winning run at the French Open as he easily crushed Henri Laaksonen 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 to advance to third Round at the French Open.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

wvehpdnk

first_img Indian Motorcycle’s 2020 Scout Lineup Pays Homage to Its 100-Year Legacy Editors’ Recommendations The Ultimate Las Vegas Bachelor Party Guide for Grown-Ups The history of Latin American boleros is a fascinating one. Though the style shares a name with an older Spanish one, boleros in the New World came about in the late 19th Century near Santiago de Cuba thanks to a group of roving musicians known as trovadores. The songs are slow moving ballads, heavy with emotion and a certain elegance. From Cuba, boleros quickly spread to Mexico, where they increased immensely in popularity. Throughout the 20th Century, boleros would grow in popularity all over Latin America, including in Puerto Rico in the 30s.Longtime leaders of salsa band Bio Ritmo, singer Reinaldo Alvarez and pianist/arranger Marlysse Simmons-Argandoña, found they had a shared obsession for mid-20th Century Puerto Rican bolero music. As a salsa band could only play so many boleros, however, Alvarez and Simmons-Argandoña decided to form a new band that would focus on boleros. Enter Miramar.Bands with two singers—a man and a woman—were a hallmark of the Puerto Rican boleros that the two musicians shared a taste for. That kept then Miramar project on hold until Alvarez met Laura Ann Singh, in whom he found an ideal singing partner. Said Singh, “We have to breathe together and feel the songs together, emotionally and rhythmically…[w]e have this natural chemistry in our voices and trust each other as musicians.” With that, Miramar was underway.Titled Dedication to Sylvia Rexach, the band’s latest record is named after the legendary Puerto Rican figure. Though she did not identify as a singer, Rexach wrote and performed her songs, as well as poetry and radio skits. Influenced and inspired by Rexach, Miramar found the idea of recording a tribute to her naturally compelling. The final product contains ten songs, seven composed by Rexach and three original pieces.Dedication to Sylvia Rexach is out now on Barbès Records and available on Amazon, iTunes, and Barbès’ online store. Patagonia Goes 100% Sustainable with New Line Called Shell, Yeah! 7 of the Best Drink References in Music Tuxedo Tips: Your Guide to Nailing Black-Tie Attirelast_img read more