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Saracens European hopes suffered a massive blow at a packed Thomond Park on Friday night when Munster produced a display that was reminiscent of their glory days. In the end, unforgiveable indiscipline by Saracens at crucial stages robbed them of any chance to grab their first win at the Limerick fortress but apart from a brief spell after the interval, they were the second-best team in this contest.
Munster will now head into the encounters with Clermont Auvergne in December knowing that their fate is in their own hands but Mark McCalls men will rue not getting a bonus point from this clash of heavyweights.Continue reading...
Decision a boost for Andy Murray in race to London
Murray reaches semi-finals in Valencia
Andy Murrays chances of qualifying for next months ATP Tour Finals received a significant boost on Friday night when Rafael Nadal pulled out of the season-ending tournament. The British No1 had earlier strengthened his cause by beating Kevin Anderson to secure a place in the semi-finals of the Valencia Open.
Nadal announced he was to undergo appendix surgery on 3 November, six days before the start of the tournament in London for which eight players qualify. The Spaniards withdrawal has in effect promoted Murray to the No7 spot in that race.Continue reading...