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(generated from captions) maybe a little bit stronger. but he had the serve so he was even more experienced. And a little older too, a few years, a little bit. And now things have changed I have become such a great player that maybe he is the guy a little bit more who has got to do the running and get back so many more balls and I can scramble back for him now. so maybe it's more difficult record at this year Ivan Ljubicic has a 26 and 1 player in the world at the moment. and feels he is the second-best by brushing aside David Nalbandian. He earned himself a chance just one set all week. The Croatian has dropped

to confirm a place He needed just 71 minutes Masters Series final. in his third career was never given a look-in - David Nalbandian just five points on serve Ljubicic lost

during the entire match another top effort tomorrow. and says he's primed to put in Mike Tomalaris, SBS Sport. In golf news - of Sweden world number one Annika Sorenstam for the second consecutive day has struggled in California, in the Nabisco Championship of the women's tour. the opening Major off the pace, Sorenstam is 10 strokes behind Mexico's Lorena Ochoa, who fired a 1-under-par-71 at the half-way stage. to retain a 4-shot lead is in second place Teenager Michelle Wie has a share of third, while Australia's Karrie Webb

five shots from the lead. Phil Mickelson continues to impress Meantime, world number four

ahead of next week's US Masters, lead in the BellSouth Classic. seizing an impressive 6-stroke repeat his opening round 64, Australia's Gavin Coles couldn't to finish eight behind Mickelson. carding a 72 today in the last group of the day 37-year-old Gavin Coles was out but also three bogeys. and finished with three birdies COMMENTATOR: Gotta like that. a terrific touch there, That was just right in the centre of the cup. his opening round of 69 American J.J. Henry followed up for a 65. with a 4-shot improvement This looks good!

Another American, Jonathon Byrd, with a 68, also moved up the leaderboard but is nine shots off the lead. Britain's Luke Donald on his opening round of 68 had been hoping to improve but had to finally settle for a 70. who has left everyone far behind. And this is the man

Phil Mickelson Former US Masters champion showed he's on track next week, with a sizzling 65. to claim a second green jacket

He read the green so well.. The left-hander delighting the crowd with a bogey-free second round. as he again tore-up the course

At 40 years of age, of his long career. Mickelson is showing the best form

Anthony Stavrinos, SBS Sport. Racing attention this afternoon Rosehill Guineas over 2,000m. was firmly fixed on the Group One

The popular choice Hotel Grand, was the Anthony Cummings-trained ridden by Jay Ford. Here are the closing stages. RACE CALLER CALLS RACE

DeBeers, ridden by Craig Williams, a much-needed change of luck. giving trainer David Hays After an horrendous run in Sydney, by his team of 2-year-olds. with injuries and loss of form way he travelled last week, We thought that if he travelled the

or two weeks ago, that he'd be right in the finish. in the first three I was confident of finishing that we won. and pleasantly surprised Are you confident going towards, the AJC Australian Derby? of course in a fortnight, next week, first, Yeah, but I've got the Slipper on that. so I am going to concentrate Now to the Ajax Stakes over 1,500m. RACE CALLER CALLS RACE

ridden perfectly by Darren Beadman, Malcolm, the hot favourite, in 11 starts winning for the sixth time his chance and greatly increasing of a start in the Doncaster. Now to the Magic Night Stakes.

RACE CALLER CALLS RACE

Queensland trainer Ron Maund So Gold Edition giving for next week's Golden Slipper, two big hopes in the $3 million showdown. joining Pure Energy as a real chance for today, April 1. And that's Toyota World Sport It was on this day in 1957 batsman David Gower was born. that England's elegant left-handed

He played 117 Tests of 44.25. and finished with a batting average

saw him at his best, The 1985 Ashes series scoring three big centuries. popular television host in Britain. These days he's well known as a is celebrating his 49th birthday. Today, David Gower our daily countdown And as we continue 2006 World Cup in Germany, to the start of the the magic number tonight is 69.

Yes, 69 days to go to kick-off and 69 is also the number of matches has played for his country, that Croatia's Davor Sukor during which he's scored 45 goals. prime-time sports bulletin We'll be back with another at the same time tomorrow on 'The World Game' and don't forget to join us, also, tomorrow afternoon from 2.30. For the team, goodnight. I'm Simon Hill. the Australian Caption Centre Supertext captions by www.auscap.com.au.

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