Race To London: Federer In The Mix But With Work To Do
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London: Kids were Resilient
Scroll down for video Catching the Tube: Jay-Z and Chris Martin use the underground after performing at the 02 arena in London The stars were spotted arriving at Waterloo train station so that Jay-Z could catch the Tube to his sold-out Magna Carta Holy Grail Tour. After stunned commuters realised who was travelling in their carriage, they expressed their surprise on Twitter. One traveller wrote: Coming off the tube and I see Jay Z casually walking up the next escalator next to me EVERYONE GOES NUTS!! WTF??! Unexpected: Jay-Z, Chris Martin and producer Timbaland gave commuters a surprise as they took the Underground Hanging around: Rapper Jay Z was seen patiently waiting for the Tube with his entourage Another added: So jay Z gets on a tube to his own concert LOOOL about 500 ppl just ran after him Coldplay singer Chris Martin also treated fans at the concert, by joining Jay-Z on stage to perform Ain’t No Love (Heart Of The City) with Timbaland. The surprise performance proved a hit with the audience, with one fan tweeting: Jay z, Chris Martin & timberland!!! Not bad for a Friday night, Trailer for Jay Z documentary Made in America Another concert-goer said: The Jay-Z show last night was absolutely amazing and then 2 songs from the end he brings out Chris Martin from Coldplay #unbelievable. This is not the first time that Jay-Z has caught the train. Last year, he took the R train in New York to his concert at the Barclays Center. Other celebrities who have been spotted on London’s Underground have included Rihanna, Muse’s Matt Bellamy, Florence Welsh, Kim Cattrall and Game of Thrones actor Richard Madden. Meanwhile, Jay-Zs anticipated Made In America documentary premiered on Friday. The docu-film takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Made In America Festival, with commentary and performances by Jay Z, Janelle Monae, Odd Future, Gary Clark, Jr., Jill Scott, Run DMC and more.
99 problems but transport ain’t one! Jay-Z and Chris Martin surprise London commuters as they catch the Tube to gig at O2 Arena
FEDERER: Critics need to back off That leaves three positions hanging in the balance and just 380 points separating seventh-place Wawrinka (3,150) from 11th-place Raonic (2,770) following Friday’s results at the Shanghai Masters. A player could add as many as 1,750 points in the next three weeks with a number of 250, 500 and the 1,000-point Paris Masters still to come. Those alive at this week’s Shanghai Masters could earn more. Federer didn’t help his chances in China when he lost in three sets to Gael Monfils in the third round. The 32-year-old Swiss, a six-time winner of the tour finale, has qualified every year since 2002 but is coming off his worst season in more than a decade. A no-show by 17-time Grand Slam champion would be the biggest surprise. “It’s pretty simple: You just keep on working hard, make sure that you get back on winning ways, then you become confident again, sort of get there,” Federer said. Federer’s compatriot Wawrinka advanced 7-6 (7-2), 6-4 over Canada’s Raonic, one of the hottest players this fall with back-to-back final showings in Japan and Thailand, where he won the title. The win moved Wawrinka five points ahead of Federer in the race to London. The U.S. Open semifinalist could not solidify his position further when he lost to Nadal in Friday’s quarterfinals. Also boosting their bids on Thursday were France’s Tsonga and Argentina’s del Potro. Tsonga, currently ninth in the race, defeated Florian Mayer of Germany on Friday to move into the Shanghai semifinals.
It’s unfortunate, but that’s the way the game goes sometimes. The kids were resilient. I’m really proud of their effort. We’ve got to do better so we have the opportunity to win game like that.” On the play calling in the final drive “I wouldn’t characterize it as being conservative. The biggest thing is to put yourself into a position that shows where the playmakers can help extend the drives or get those first down or get those points. You’ve got to give Maryland credit, they did a good job defensively on some things we tried to do. It came down to one last opportunity, and I guess it was wide right.” On not scoring touchdowns in the red zone “When you get down in the red zone, you want to score points, but you want to get touchdowns preferably. If you don’t then you have to get those three points opportunities. When you look at it, only three points didn’t add up to enough. One more score in the red zone obviously could have been the difference in the game. Anytime you get down in the red zone, you want points. You’d like to get touchdowns, but you want to make sure to not come away with zero.” On winning the turnover margin and losing the game “If you’re plus three in the turnover margin, the odds of winning the game go up. It’s frustrating from the standpoint of having what we did and not having the opportunity to be on the plus end of (the game).