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ATP Winston-Salem - Lopez v Querrey

ATP Winston-Salem - Lopez v Querrey

Sam Querrey steps up to attempt to make his third Winston-Salem semifinal when he takes on Spain's Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. Querrey has had a drop in US ranking to No. 5 however his current form would suggest that he will be clawing back the places soon enough. Head-to-head's suggest that Querrey can make it 3-0 with both his previous wins coming on hard courts against Lopez. The American has the power and style of Isner touting powerful serves and forearm returns however much like Isner he struggles to offer much else to his overall game especially when faced with a multi shot rally. This could be an interesting three setter with both players looking towards a strong show prior to the US Open.

Belgium Grand Prix

Belgium Grand Prix

The summer break is done and dusted and the world's greatest drivers reconvene with topped up tans in Belgium. Ricciardo's win last out in Hungary means he is the only driver to chalk up a race win other than the Mercedes drivers, Rosberg and Hamilton. Hamilton finished 3rd in Hungary totting up 63 podiums under his belt the most for any British driver in f1 history. Ferrari and McLaren have gone 25 and 30 races without a race win and due to the set up of the Belgium courses demands it is doubtful that this will change here. Qualifying and grid position will be key here as this track suits leaders to hold onto their position.

Brazilian Serie A - Corinthians v Goias

Brazilian Serie A - Corinthians v Goias

Although the mighty Corinthians are unbeaten in Serie A since May, the side will be looking for more assured performances to ensure form and consistency can be attributed to their overall games. Supporters of Brazilian sides tend to have a strong passion for the short term and they will demand that 3 points are gained against a Timao side that has dropped points against Vitoria, Coritiba and Bahia in their last five, essentially against the ropes. Goias are struggling up front and their losses are mainly attributed to lack of fire power in offence, something they may need to test and remedy in the coming fixtures.

Evian TG v Paris St-G

Evian TG v Paris St-G

Evian are a side with strong will and little respect which is something that PSG will be wary of despite their stature against what would be deemed a minnow. Evian ended a 36 game unbeaten run last season, however with 9 goals conceded in two games this year it could be a case of vengeance for the Parisian side here. Absentees include Ibrahamovic and Silva for PSG however it would be thought that they should be able to produce a result against an historical banana skin.

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