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    Racist voter suppression: Are Texas laws keeping Latinos from the ballot box? The Warning Sign to Leave an Indoor Restaurant Tennis: German qualifier Altmaier stuns seventh seed Berrettini PARIS (Reuters) - German qualifier Daniel Altmaier, ranked 186th in the world, bundled out Italian seventh seed Matteo Berrettini from the French Open with a comprehensive 6-2 7-6(5) 6-4 victory on Saturday. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open The 22-year-old was not even sure he would make his debut at this year's claycourt Grand Slam at Roland Garros as he was struggling with an injury and needed a go-ahead from a doctor at the last minute to take part in the qualifiers. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open On Saturday, Altmaier picked up the biggest win in his nascent career on Court Philippe Chatrier by defeating the world number eight Berrettini, having also beaten Feliciano Lopez and Jan-Lennard Struff in his previous rounds. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open "It's my first time on this court and playing in Paris, I'm delighted to be in the fourth round," Altmaier said in an on-court interview....
    12 Trump Tweets About the Coronavirus That Are Super Awkward Right Now (Photos) 15 Stocks To Avoid During a Recession Tennis: German qualifier Daniel Altmaier ousts seventh seed Berrettini PARIS (Reuters) - German qualifier Daniel Altmaier, ranked 186th in the world, bundled out Italian seventh seed Matteo Berrettini from the French Open with a comprehensive 6-2 7-6(5) 6-4 victory on Saturday. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open Making his debut at this year's claycourt Grand Slam at Roland Garros, the 22-year-old broke the off-colour Italian's serve four times to win their first career meeting in two hours and 15 minutes on Court Philippe Chatrier. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open Altmaier hit 23 winners, many of them from his sizzling one-handed backhand, while Berrettini's powerful game lacked control as he dished up 42 unforced errors, the last of them on match point. In the fourth round Altmaier will meet the winner of the Spanish battle between 10th seed Roberto Bautista Agut and U.S. Open semi-finalist Pablo Carreno Busta, seeded 17th. (Reporting by Sudipto Ganguly in...
    Americas missing kids: Amid COVID and online school, thousands of students havent shown up IHOP introduces IHOPPY Hour value menu with $5 meals daily from 2-10 p.m. Tennis: Kvitova powers past Dodin into second round in Paris PARIS (Reuters) - Czech seventh seed Petra Kvitova put in a power-packed show to beat Oceane Dodin 6-3 7-5 on Monday and breeze into the second round of the French Open. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open The 30-year-old last played in the U.S. Open on hardcourts and arrived in Paris without participating in any lead-up events on clay. The twice Wimbledon champion showed no signs of rust in her first clash with the French player, however, serving strong and generating enough power in her strokes under the closed roof of Court Philippe Chatrier. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open "We never played each other before, not even in practice," Kvitova said in her on-court interview. © Reuters/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN French Open "So it was really tough from the beginning, but I found actually she plays very aggressive, her shots are similar as mine,...
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