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TSNs expanded U. Nemanja Matic Chelsea Jersey UK .S. Open coverage is LIVE NOW. With TSNs newly expanded lineup of five national feeds the network has hit the hard-court of New York City for the final tennis Grand Slam of the season. Canadas Sports Leader delivers double the amount of exclusive live coverage of the tournament than it has ever aired before – nearly 300 hours of live coverage of the biggest stars in tennis. Throughout the tournaments opening rounds, fans can choose from four different matches featured across TSN feeds. On the heels of their unprecedented results at WIMBLEDON, Canadian stars Bouchard, Raonic, and Pospisil will take on the top tennis players in the game at the U.S. OPEN. Raonic and Pospisil take the court against a world-class mens field that features #1-seed Novak Djokovic, former U.S. OPEN champion Andy Murray, and five-time U.S. OPEN champion Roger Federer. Bouchard squares off against a womens field led by #1-seed and five-time U.S. OPEN champion Serena Williams, 2014 AUSTRALIAN OPEN champion Li Na, and 2014 FRENCH OPEN champion Maria Sharapova. As the undisputed Canadian home of the biggest events on the tennis calendar, TSN continues its exclusive coverage of Grand Slam tennis following record ratings from the biggest WIMBLEDON in Canadian history – during which more than 10 million Canadians watched some part of the tournament on TSN and RDS. Opening Week Schedule See below for the opening week broadcast schedule or visit TSN.ca for a complete broadcast schedule from the 2014 U.S. OPEN.* Monday, Aug. 25• U.S. OPEN Preview Show – 10:30 a.m. ET on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 11 a.m. ET on TSN1• Court-to-court coverage Feed B – 11 a.m. ET on TSN3• Designated court coverage Feed C – 11 a.m. ET on TSN4 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 7 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Tuesday, Aug. 26• Court-to-court coverage Feed B – 11 a.m. ET on TSN3• Designated court coverage Feed C – 11 a.m. ET on TSN4 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 1 p.m. ET on TSN1• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 7 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Wednesday, Aug. 27• Court-to-court coverage Feed B – 11 a.m. ET on TSN3• Designated court coverage Feed C – 11 a.m. ET on TSN4 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 1 p.m. ET on TSN1• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 7 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Thursday, Aug. 28• Court-to-court coverage Feed B – 11 a.m. ET on TSN3• Designated court coverage Feed C – 11 a.m. ET on TSN4 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 1 p.m. ET on TSN1• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 7 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN4, TSN5 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Friday, Aug. 29• Court-to-court coverage Feed B – 11 a.m. ET on TSN3• Designated court coverage Feed C – 11 a.m. ET on TSN4 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 1 p.m. ET on TSN1• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 6 p.m. ET on TSN2 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Saturday, Aug. 30 • Designated court coverage Feed D – 11 a.m. ET on TSN5• Court-to-court coverage Feed A – 12 noon ET on TSN1• Designated court coverage Feed C – 12:30 p.m. ET on TSN4• U.S. OPEN PRIMETIME – 7 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN4, TSN5 (featured court feed plus Matches of the Day) Sheyi Ojo Liverpool Jersey UK .com) - Fair Grounds commences its road to the Kentucky Derby Saturday with the 71st running of the $200,000 Lecomte Stakes. Danny Ings Liverpool Jersey UK . Dwyane Wade took over in the fourth quarter. http://www.worldsoccersshopuk.com/TOTTENHAM-HOTSPUR-FC-KIERAN-TRIPPIER-JERSEY-UK/ . The Earthquakes (6-9-7) were coming off a 5-0 loss at home last Saturday to FC Dallas. Even with the draw, the Sounders (13-7-3) climbed back into a tie for both the Western Conference and overall top spot in MLS. Seattle, West co-leader Real Salt Lake and East leader Sporting Kansas City all have 42 points.SALVADOR, Brazil -- They captured the hearts of America -- from coast to coast, big towns and small, all the way to the White House. Capturing the World Cup will have to wait. Just like four years ago, the United States is going home after the round of 16, beaten when Belgium scored twice in extra time Tuesday and then held on for a 2-1 win. "Thirty-one teams get their heart broken," goalkeeper Tim Howard said. "It has to end sometime. It ended a little bit early for us." Playing the finest game of his career, Howard stopped a dozen shots to keep the Americans even through regulation and force an additional 30 minutes. He wound up with 16 saves -- the most in the World Cup since FIFA started keeping track in 2002. Before exiting, the U.S. showed the spunk that won Americas attention. The Belgians built a two-goal lead when Kevin De Bruyne scored in the 93rd minute and Romelu Lukaku in the 105th. But then Julian Green, at 19 the third-youngest player in the tournament, stuck out his right foot to volley in Michael Bradleys pass over the defence in the 107th, two minutes after entering. "I was sure that we would make the second goal and we would go to the penalty shootout," Green said. The Americans nearly did. In the 114th, Clint Dempsey peeled away on a 30-yard free kick by Bradley, who passed ahead to Chris Wondolowski. He fed Dempsey, and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois bolted off his line to block the 6-yard shot. At the final whistle, the U.S. players fell to the field in their all-white uniforms like so many crumpled tissues. "They made their country proud with this performance and also with their entire performance in this World Cup," said Jurgen Klinsmann, the former German World Cup champion who took over as coach three years ago. The Americans advanced from a difficult first-round group to reach the knockout rounds of consecutive World Cups for the first time. Four years ago, they were eliminated by Ghana 2-1 on a goal in the third minute of extra time. "Getting to the round of 16, if we dont do that, were very, very disappointed," U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati said. "We get here and its kind of the swing game. We get beyond here, then its generally viewed as very successful -- this year was a little different because of the group we had in the first round, so that already was a success." The crowd of 551,227 at Arena Fonte Nova appeared to be about one third pro-U. Custom Liverpool Jersey UK. S., with 10 per cent backing the Belgians and the rest neutral. Back home, millions watched in offices, homes and public gatherings that included a huge crowd at Chicagos Soldier Field. President Barack Obama joined about 200 staffers in an Executive Office Building auditorium to watch the second half. "I believe!" he exclaimed as he walked in at the front of the hall. "I believe!" Belgium outshot the U.S. 38-14. The 35-year-old Howard kept the ball out with slides, with dives and with leaps. But he never felt it was his special night. "If this continues, then were in trouble," he recalled thinking. With forward Jozy Altidore still not recovered from the strained hamstring that had sidelined him since the June 16 opener, Klinsmann inserted Wondolowski as a second striker in the 72nd minute. He appeared to have a chance to win it in stoppage time when Jermaine Jones flicked the ball to him at the top of the 6-yard box, but with Courtois coming out, Wondolowski put the ball over the crossbar. While the linesman put out his flag, it was unclear whether he was signalling goal kick or offside. In the third minute of extra time, Matt Besler tried to intercept a pass to Lukaku but fell down as the Belgian striker fought free. Lukaku sped in alone, crossed, and the ball rebounded off defender Omar Gonzalez. Kevin De Bruyne controlled it, took three touches as he spun and beat Howard just over his right foot. "I thought I could make a play on the ball. I took a shot and missed and lost my balance," Besler said. Twelve minutes later, with the U.S. pushing for an equalizer, Bradleys shot was blocked and De Bruyne burst ahead on a counter. He fed Lukaku, who sent the ball over the left shoulder of Howard, his Everton teammate, and seemingly put the game out of reach. But Green, among five German-Americans on the U.S. roster and a surprise pick, woke up the team and its fans with his first touch, setting off raucous chants of "U-S-A! U-S-A!" There would be no final comeback this time, though. Bradley said the Americans had told themselves that regardless of when their run ended, they wanted to abandon their defensive style of the past. "We wanted to go home going for it," he said. "And," he added with satisfaction, "we did." Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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