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Unheralded netter makes Andrada Cup semis !-- -- Joey Villar (The Philippine Star) - January 5, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Unheralded John David Velez kept his giant-killing spree as he shocked second seed Jude Hidalgo, 6-4, 6-2, yesterday to make the semifinals of the boys' 16-under division in the 30th Andrada Cup Tennis Championships at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center.
When rain forced the tie to be postponed on Wednesday evening, third seed Cilic was leading by two sets against an unheralded opponent who had never won a match at Wimbledon before this year.
Unheralded Gretchen Villacencio put in a career-best three-under 69 and found herself a bewildered leader, one stroke ahead of fancied Princess Superal and Korean amateur Kim Hee Ji at the start of the International Container Terminal Services Inc.
In one of the great unheralded joys of parenthood, I shared my love of the book with my children, who adored it just as much as I did.
NGE's goal is to focus the spotlight directly at their immensely talented, yet currently unheralded roster of artists.
The heroes, often unheralded who beat incredible odds to achieve amazing feats.
But the unheralded keeper upstaged the Real Madrid star on the night Ronaldo won his 128th won cap and surpassed Luis Figo's appearance record.
The Welshman, one of the best players never to have tasted Crucible glory, was unheralded going into the tournament after some fine recent displays from Williams and a quiet season himself.
Hollywood Stunt Performers, 1910s-1970s: A Biographical Dictionary appears in its second updated edition to consider the lives and film contributions of several hundred unheralded stunt performers who created some of the cinema's greatest action series without credit, and embraces films from silent comedies and westerns to crime and action productions of modern times.
2004: Unheralded American Todd Hamilton beat Ernie Els in a play-off to win the Open championship at Royal Troon.
Eye wonders, in turn, whether it will get some sort of bonus this year [certainly not for punctuality --Eye Ed] and notes that, in an era of austerity, Network Rail's decision to award directors a mere 50,000 [pounds sterling] each still smacks of largesse--given that the efforts of engineers on which the organisation relies to get the job done so often go unheralded. Meanwhile, these engineers are in the firing line whenever things go wrong.
1 seed Serena Williams (USA) followed suit getting ousted in the second round of the women's singles competition by unheralded Garbine Muguruza of Spain in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.
Perennial World Cup powerhouses Italy also claimed two wins in the formative years of the competition, while England suffered the ignominy of losing 1-0 to the unheralded USA team at the 1950 tournament in Brazil.
Summary: HARARE: Zimbabwe's unheralded bowling attack plunged Pakistan into deep trouble on the first day of ...