My New Nizza, Adidas Trainers

Hi all,

So Thursday I purchased some more trainers. This time, Nizza, Adidas ones. They cost me £35 which is good for these trainers.

I purchased this product from my local USC store.

I have also purchased some Adidas Running trainers which also cost me £31.  

 Nizza, Adidas are well know all over the world, and if you haven’t previously purchased some of these then do it! 

What are you waiting for?

For more information, please check out the USC website where they sell a wide range of products, from trainers, sportswear, women’s, men’s, and more items.

Website :- http://www.usc.co.uk

I find the product which I have purchased :-

*Affordable.

*Comfy.

*Great materials use.

*Aesthetically wise – great.

*Worth the price, £35.

This is what the product looks like…

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As you can see above… This is what the products look like.

I am happy with my purchase and am looking to return to USC store soon.http://www.usc.co.uk

Next product I am looking to purchase are these. Tennis running trainers:-

 
Thanks for reading. Have a great day. 
     

Wimbledon; Ladies Final Day! SERENA WILLIAMS: “NO, I said it, don’t mention the slam!” 

SERENA WILLIAMS: “No, no, no, I said it. Don’t mention the slam!” 

Wimbledon 2015: Serena Williams meets Garbine Muguruza in final 

 Wimbledon 2015 – women’s final

Play: Centre Court at 14:00 

Coverage: Live on BBC One from 13:00.

Serena Williams will look to win her sixth Wimbledon singles title on Saturday when she plays Spain’s Garbine Muguruza in the final.
Victory would give Williams, 33, her 21st Grand Slam triumph and she would also become the oldest female winner of a major in the Open Era.
Standing in the world number one’s way is 21-year-old Muguruza, the 20th seed who is in her first Grand Slam final.
“I don’t think she will be intimidated at all,” said Williams.
The American, who is in her eighth Wimbledon final, hopes to complete her second ‘Serena Slam’ – holding all four major titles at the same time – and also take another step towards her first calendar Grand Slam. 

 Williams v Muguruza
Venezuela-born Muguruza was just five when Williams won her first major title at the 1999 US Open.
She is Spain’s first female finalist since Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario in 1996.
Muguruza beat Williams 6-2 6-2 in the second round at the 2014 French Open, a defeat that Williams says was a catalyst for her impressive run of form over the past year.
“It was an eye-opening loss for me,” Williams said. “Some losses you’re angry about, and some losses you learn from. That loss I think I learned the most from in a long time.”

Serena after beating her sister Venus for her first Wimbledon title in 2002
Serena beat sister Venus to win her first Wimbledon title in 2002 

 If Williams triumphs on Saturday she would be, at the age of 33 years and 289 days, 26 days older than Martina Navratilova was when she won her last Wimbledon title in 1990.
She would also move closer to Steffi Graf’s record of 22 Grand Slam titles in the Open Era, and Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24.

  
Williams says she no longer feels under pressure to add to her tally since matching Navratilova and Chris Evert’s 18 major titles.
“I’m at a position where I don’t need to win another Wimbledon,” she said.
“I could lose on Saturday. Sure, I won’t be happy but I don’t need another Wimbledon title. I don’t need another US Open. I don’t need any titles to make it.
“Every time I step out on court, the practice court, the match court, I do look at it as a more fun time because it’s not as stressful as it was.”
Will nerves affect Muguruza?
The Spanish world number 20 dominated Agnieska Radwanska for a set-and-a-half of their semi-final, which was her first at SW19.
Garbine Muguruza

 “I was almost more impressed that Muguruza lost the lead and then recovered – that’s a really good sign of maturity,” said two-time US Open champion Tracy Austin.
“At 21, I think she’s such a major star to come. She’s got a beautiful personality and I’ve loved her reactions when she’s won.
“I think she’s going to get a huge fan base behind her. In the build-up to the final, it’s so important for her to relish this situation and try to get ready for the final.”
A dream final – but her parents will not be there
Muguruza celebrates her win over Williams at the 2014 French Open

Muguruza handed Williams a rare defeat when she beat the American at the 2014 French Open 

 Muguruza, who will break into the world’s top 10 for the first time following her run at SW19, has banned her parents from watching her live in Saturday’s final.
Her mother and father have been in Spain throughout the tournament and they will not make the journey to watch her play Williams.

  
“They’re going to be in Barcelona watching me on the TV,” she explained. “I don’t want to change anything, but I’m not superstitious.”
Muguruza revealed that, as a child, she dreamed of facing Williams in the Wimbledon final.
“It’s weird. When I was eight, I was dreaming. Now it’s happening. It’s amazing,” she added.
“It’s what I’ve worked for. Now I’m feeling that all my effort, all the work that I did before, is paying off.”
But she says she will not be overawed by facing her in real life following her victory in Paris in 2014.
“It’s really important because it makes you see and realise that she’s also a person,” 

Muguruza said.
“She knows that I can win against her, that I’m not afraid. I don’t think she’s really used to this. Serena doesn’t lose so many matches in the year. I think it’s important.” 

 Today’s the day Ladies Final day! I know the majority of us want Serena to reach her 21st Grand Slam. This is going to be a good one! 

 Thanks for reading.

  

Wimbledon: Serena and Sharapova set up Blockbuster SF, as Djokovic Shatters Anderson’s Dream

All Things Tennis- from Hamza Shakeel

wimbledonSerena Williams and Maria Sharapova both battled to 3 set victories, to set up a mouth-watering SF Showdown. Serena the 5-time Champion had to come back from losing the first set, to eventually grind past Victoria Azarenka, 6-3 in the 3rd. Maria Sharapova on the other hand, had to do the opposite, halting an inspired comeback from Grand Slam QF debutant: Coco Vandeweghe. Vandeweghe rallied to steal the 2nd in a tie-break, but Sharapova recovered to storm through the deciding set. Meanwhile in the delayed 4th rd match between Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson, the World No1 came back from 2 sets to love down to break the South African’s heart and reach his 7th successive Wimbledon QF.

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My New Adidas Galaxy Elite Running Trainers 

Hi all,

So, yesterday I went to purchase some new trainers from my local USC store. I was looking in the store and these trainers which I then later purchased stuck out to me. These trainers are just suitable for me, as I like these style of trainers. They’re called, Adidas Galaxy Elite Running.

If you all have time. Please check out their website and the products they sell to their public, including the trainers! You really cannot go wrong.

This product cost me £32, which I think is brilliant for the price, and I’ll be going back for more in afew weeks time. But in different colour. 

These are what the product looks like:  

 
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The materials of these trainers, also price are so comfatable, easy to wear also affordable as I said above.  

I have also shopped at this business before where I have previously brought other items, including Vans and DNKY shorts.

The size I had them are 9’s as this is my foot size. In trainers.

I really do recommend you pop by to their website and possibly purchase an item. Brilliant for price and athletically wise,

 they looks fantastic.

Adidas Galaxy Elite Running Shoes:

Also on my wish list, these: 

 
  
Thanks all for reading, have a great day. 

Novak Djokovic Screams At Ball Girl & Makes Her Cry At Wimbledon — Video

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Whoa. Novak Djokovic lost his cool during a Wimbledon match when asking for a towel from a ball girl on Tuesday, July 7. In fact, he aggressively yelled ‘towel’ so many times that she was left shaken and in tears. Watch the horrible video here.

During a Wimbledon match on Tuesday, July 7, Novak Djokovic, 28, verbally attacked a young ball girl. In the sixth game of the final set, Novak screamed at the girl for a towel. When she didn’t give it to him fast enough, he screamed louder. And when he was done using it, he just threw it back at her. Ouch.

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Sister, Sister! Serena Beats Venus to Head to Wimbledon Quarterfinals

The Coaches Daughters

image Serena Williams, left, hugs Venus Williams after their ladies’ singles fourth-round match during Day 7 of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 6, 2015 in London. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Julian Finney

Battle of the sisters! Serena Williams just beat older sister Venus to advance to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. Serena won in a Grand Slam match for the first time competing against her sister in 6 years, making it her 15th win of the 26 professional contests the two have competed in against each other.

Thirty-three minutes after they walked on court, Serena outdueled Venus closing out the first set with an ace wide. Venus held in an all-important first game of the second set, but Serena broke midway through the second and didn’t look back.

She held for 5-3, then broke to love for the match…

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Womens Quarter Finals

  

So Maria Sharapova squeezes into the last four. But who will she meet there? Victoria Azarenka? Or Serena Williams? Find out here.



MARIA SHARAPOVA WINS 6-3, 6-7, 6-2!


It’s over! Maria Sharapova was desperate not to have to serve for the match again, given her nightmare in the second set, and she puts pressure on Vandeweghe’s serve. The game goes to deuce. Vandeweghe misfires to give Sharapova a match point. They rally and Vandeweghe’s forehand clips the net and cruelly drops wide!  

 

Maria Sharapova celebrates her victory.

 Maria Sharapova celebrates her victory. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian


Third set: Sharapova* 6-3, 6-7, 5-2 Vandeweghe (*denotes server): Sharapova begins by slapping a tentative forehand into the net. She’s annoyed with herself but she wins the next three points. She’s all … well, not smiles … all … less frowny again, let’s say. Sharapova bangs down her fourth ace to hold.


Third set: Sharapova 6-3, 6-7, 4-2 Vandeweghe* (*denotes server): Vandeweghe clips the line with a monstrous forehand from right to left and Sharapova clunks her forehand wide to make it 15-0. Then, inevitably, a double fault. Vandeweghe is undeterred. She goes for a classic one-two, a serve out wide, a winner into the opposite corner for 30-15, but Sharapova continues to bang on the door, extracting two forehand errors from Vandeweghe to earn a break point. Vandeweghe balloons a forehand and all the momentum she was building up is frittered away.


  

Third set: Sharapova* 6-3, 6-7, 3-2 Vandeweghe (*denotes server): To my right, my colleague Kevin Mitchell is talking to me about Latin, just as Vandeweghe seizes two break points, Sharapova whacking a forehand long. But Sharapova is so stubborn; she keeps Vandeweghe at bay with two big serves. She’s also erratic, though. Then she rushes a backhand wide and almost goes all Nick Kyrgios on her racket. This time, there’s no escape. A stonking return from Vandeweghe leads to another error from Sharapova! Vandweghe is back in it again and she is loving this. The crowd loves her. Sharapova doesn’t.

Also it’s been an eventful day down at Centre Court as Serena battled it out against seeded Victoria Azarenka.  

 World No.1 Serena Williams extends her Grand Slam winning streak to 26 matches with a 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 win over Azarenka.  Serena held to love in 1 min 15 secs – she’s won 100% of points on her 1st serve this set – to go 5-2 up.

Serena added: “It’s been up and down. Somehow I’m still alive” 

She also added to the reporter afterwards:  Serena: “I told you guys… don’t mention the Slam!”  

 

Poland’s Radwanska is also into the Semi-Finals: 

 Poland’s Aga Radwanska is into her 3rd #Wimbledon SF, beating Madison Keys 7-6, 3-6, 6-3.  

 WATCH 2012 runner-up Radwanska sparks euphoric scenes from her team having reached the semi-final #Wimbledon http://t.co/uaMnLRbY6P

Next up for Aga is Spanish, Muguruza, who beat former waitress,  Bacsinszky. 

  

Muguruza’s 1st Grand Slam semi-final is in touching distance – she breaks Bacsinszky to go 7-5, 5-3 ahead http://t.co/wQ7eSULdo5. 

 

  


Serena Vs Venus

  

Serena Williams beat her elder sister Venus in a Grand Slam match for the first time in six years to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
The world number one came through 6-4 6-3 in one hour and eight minutes on Centre Court. 

 
Serena, two years younger at 33, has now won 15 of the American siblings’ 26 professional contests.
She remains on course to complete the third leg of a possible calendar Grand Slam.
Her last defeat at one of the four majors came at the All England Club 12 months ago, and her sister could not end a run that has taken in victories at the US, Australian and French Opens. 

 
“It’s never easy to play someone you love and care about,” said the world number one. “You just play for the competition and enjoy the moment.”
Illness and injury have hampered Venus since her last Wimbledon title in 2008, but with five Wimbledon singles crowns apiece, the fourth round was still an early stage for such a heavyweight encounter.
“It definitely doesn’t get any easier,” Serena said after their sixth Wimbledon meeting.
Serena and Venus Williams have played each other on 26 occasions since 1998

Serena and Venus Williams have played each other on 26 occasions since 1998

“I thought, ‘I’m 33 and she’s 35, I don’t know how many more moments like this you’re going to have’.” 

 
Venus said: “We’ve played a lot of years and we’ve tried to be entertaining.
“We won’t be playing forever, but clearly we’re playing at a very high level now. When that moment is over, it will be over. It’s not now.”
There was reason to believe for Venus, who won their most recent match in Montreal last summer and has worked her way back up to 16th in the world rankings.

  
However Serena powered through the first eight points to take an early grip of the match and went on to dominate in the key areas of serve, return and winners.
Venus showed why she remains a real threat in the early stages of both sets, coming back to level at 2-2 in the first and taking a 3-2 lead on serve in the second.
It was the more consistent power at the opposite end of the court that held sway, though, and Serena dropped just five points on serve in the second set, while hitting 22 winners to six.
A double fault saw Venus drop serve at 3-3 and her younger sister raced through the next game with a 121mph ace, before ending the contest with a break to love.

  
“I think I served well,” added Serena.
“I didn’t hit huge serves but I was really consistent. She was playing really well but in the end I was able to come through.” 

 
  

Serena Williams defeats sister Venus, advances to Wimbledon quarters

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The Williams sisters faced off for the 26th time in their careers and sixth time at Wimbledon on Monday morning. The match, like most between the two, had an awkward feel around it and it was Serena that notched the win in straight sets (6-4, 6-3) over Venus, giving her 15 wins over her sister in her career.

Serena was just too good for her sister to handle consistently, especially on her serve. She had seven aces on the match and just bombarded Venus with heavy serves — she was regularly over 100 mph even on second serves. Serena hit 67% of her first serves in play and won 78% of those points. Venus only had two break point chances, winning one of them, as Serena offered very few opportunities for Venus to really climb into the match.

Serena hit 35 winners to just 13 unforced errors and controlled the match from the beginning. Serena is looking to complete her second career “Serena Slam” and has a chance to achieve the…

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Welcome!

Hi all,

I have been blogging for about 4 months now and I’ve found this interesting and is turning into alittle hobby, if I must say so myself!

I have found blogging quite calm, also relaxing. As you all know, I have a fond interest in football, tennis also other sports, and I blog throughout Wimbledon and the football season, where I will be giving updates in fixtures, scores, latest need about the club(s), also who is departing.

 As you know. I am a Port Vale fan. Who are currently in League One, where I watch them home and away. I am also a big fan of Serena Williams who is a 5 time Wimbledon ladies champion. Also a 20 time gram-slam winner. I’m also a Maria Sharapova fan. 
I look forward to chatting to some of you. I’d also appreciate if you could read my blogs ect.

Look forward to reading and seeing all of your blogs. 

Thanks for taking the time to read this. Have a great day.