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yrgios matched Isners powerful service game, especially in the tiebreakers, and topped the ace count 17-16.I knew it was going t Antworten

ATLANTA -- Nick Kyrgios withstood the intense heat and three-time defending champion John Isners serve Sunday to win the BB&T Atlanta Open for his second ATP World Tour title.The 21-year-old Australian, 10 years younger than the 6-foot-10 Isner, won 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4). Kyrgios matched Isners powerful service game, especially in the tiebreakers, and topped the ace count 17-16.I knew it was going tough from the get go; John just feels so comfortable out on that court, Kyrgios said. I thought in the tiebreaks I didnt really miss a ball . . . I just did all the right things. I stayed calm.He won in Marseille, France, in February for his lone tour title.The match ended on Isners fourth double fault. During Isners 15-match Atlanta winning streak that ended Sunday, the former University of Georgia player was 12-2 in tiebreakersThe 6-foot-4 Kyrgios didnt appear bothered by the conditions in the match that began with temperatures in the mid-90s, thick humidity and sunshine that helped raise the on-court temperature at Atlantic Station to 130 degrees. He played crisply, and the second-seed kept asking for balls quickly when he was serving so he could dictate tempo.I wasnt playing well at all at the start of the week, Kyrgios said. I wasnt in a good place at all (mentally). Some things, I guess you cant explain.Isner often bent over to rest between points and always took the maximum time on changeovers. The 10-time tour winner went through three sweat-soaked shirts to Kyrgios one.When the sun was out and there werent any clouds, I was really struggling, Isner said. It was really hot. I hadnt played under the sun this week at all, so maybe it was a bit of an adjustment for me.Kyrgios fought off three break points in the second game of the match to even the set at 1. Neither player broke the others serve all.I think him holding that first game certainly was important. It definitely settled him down, Isner said. If I go up 2-0, theres a good chance that sets over.Playing in the day after three night matches, Isner faltered in both tiebreakers.I got a second wind in the second set, and I felt like I put myself in position to win, but I just sort of fell apart, he said. (In the second breaker) I doubled, steered a forehand and missed a forehand. Ive just got to fix a few things. It could just be between my ears.Kyrgios will rise to a career-high ranking of No. 16 in the world Monday, while Isner was likely to remain No. 17.This week was so much fun, Kyrgios said. I had my best friend here. I had my mom here, and a couple of the guys Im closest with on the Tour were here early in the week. It was probably the best week Ive had off the court in a long time. Its just rewarding that I played well. Wholesale Air Max 2019 .Y. -- The Buffalo Sabres have recalled forward Kevin Porter and defenceman Chad Ruhwedel from the minors as part of a five-player roster shuffle made by the NHLs worst team. Air Max 2019 Sale . They had already blown a double-digit lead, fans were hitting the exits, and a long seven-game road trip waited at the end. . -- Catcher Brett Hayes has agreed to a $630,000, one-year contract with the Kansas City Royals, avoiding salary arbitration. Air Max 2019 Clearance Sale . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. Air Max 2019 Outlet . The Vancouver coach and an announced sellout crowd of 18,910 watched in dismay as the Canucks lost 7-4 to the New York Islanders on Monday night by squandering a 3-0 lead in the third period. LONDON -- International Olympic officials will explore the legal options for a potential total ban on Russia from the games in Rio de Janeiro. The IOC is taking measures to punish athletes and officials involved in the state-run doping conspiracy.The IOC executive board announced steps on Tuesday following a scathing report by a World Anti-Doping Agency investigator who accused Russias sports ministry of overseeing doping of the countrys athletes across 28 Olympic sports.WADA and other anti-doping officials urged the IOC to consider the unprecedented step of excluding the entire Russian contingent from the Rio Games. The International Olympic Committee stopped short of supporting such a move, but it didnt rule it out, either.First, the IOC said, it will carefully evaluate the report issued on Monday by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren, who listed 20 summer sports as being part of systematic cheating in Russia and confirmed the manipulation of Russian doping samples at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.The IOC will explore the legal options with regard to a collective ban of all Russian athletes for the Olympic Games 2016 versus the right to individual justice, the 15-member ruling executive board said in a statement following a meeting by teleconference.The IOC noted that it will have to take into account a decision coming on Thursday from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which will rule on Russias appeal against the ban on its track and field athletes from Rio. That ban was imposed in November by the IAAF and upheld last month.Meanwhile, the IOC said it has started disciplinary action against Russian sports ministry officials and others implicated in McLarens report, including denial of accreditation for the Rio Games.The IOC also:said it will not organize or give patronage to any sports event or meetings in Russia, including plans to hold the European Games in the country in 2019.will launch retesting, including forensic analysis, of doping samples from the Sochi Games. Moscows former doping lab director, Grigory Rodchenkov, said dirty samples of Russian athletes -- including gold medalists -- were swapped out in the middle of the night for clean samples, with the help of Russian intelligence service officials.set up a commission to carry out a full inquiry into all of the Russian athletes who competed in Sochi, along with their coaches, officiaals and support staff.ddddddddddddasked WADA to extend McLarens mandate to disclose the names of Russian athletes whose positive doping samples were covered up, and whose samples were manipulated in Sochi.called on all international winter sports federations to freeze their plans for holding major events in Russia, including world championships and World Cups, and to seek alternative venues in other countries.The IOC said the provisional measures would apply until Dec. 31 and be reviewed by the IOC that month.Earlier Tuesday, summer Olympic sports federations made clear they do not support a blanket ban on Russia for Rio and would prefer that doping was handled on an individual basis.The Association of Summer Olympic International Federation asked WADA to immediately provide all the detailed information to the 20 international federations concerned so that they may begin processing the individual cases under their own separate rules and regulations as soon as possible, and in line with the WADA Code and the Olympic Charter.It is important to focus on the need for individual justice in all these cases.The association said it endorses all federation decisions, including those that take into account collective responsibility of organizations under the IFs governance.That means that rather than applying a total ban, federations could suspend individual Russian sports. Thats already the case with the IAAF, which barred Russias track athletes from the games following previous WADA-commissioned reports into Russian doping.The summer associations position falls in line with recent comments by IOC President Thomas Bach, who has cited the need to strike a balance between individual justice and collective punishment. He said last week that, if summer sports were implicated in the McLaren report, the international federations would have to decide on the eligibility of Russian athletes on an individual basis.McLarens report uncovered a state-run doping scheme that ensnared 28 sports, both summer and winter, and ran from 2011 to 2015.The investigation told of 312 positive tests that Russias deputy minister of sport directed lab workers not to report to WADA. Russias intelligence service, the FSB, was also involved, the report said. 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