The completion of the French Open semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray has been delayed until Saturday after the match was interrupted by a storm on Friday, organisers said.World number one Djokovic of Serbia was leading 6-3 6-3 5-7 3-3 against the British third seed when play was suspended, with organisers later saying the match would resume on Saturday at 1100GMT (7 AM ET).The women’s singles final is due to start at 1300GMT.The winner will face Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka in Sunday’s final.
Portugal coach Fernando Santos is counting on Cristiano Ronaldo to use another impressive season with Real Madrid as a springboard to a strong Euro 2016 campaign.Ronaldo joined his national team in training on Sunday, eight days after scoring the winning penalty against Atletico Madrid for Real to lift the Champions League trophy.His presence is a boost for Portugal, who lost 1-0 to England in a friendly last week and take on Estonia on Wednesday in Lisbon in their final warm-up game.Santos had wanted to give Ronaldo and Real defender Pepe a chance to a catch their breath before they joined the team.“They needed to rest,” Santos told Spanish sports magazine Marca.“It’s better for everyone that they arrive happy and with that extra bounce after achieving their aims.”Ronaldo scored 51 goals in 48 games in all competitions for Real this season.“If he is so important for Real, you can only imagine how significant he is for Portugal. Certainly the same or even more.“When you have players that score 50 to 60 goals per season, and who can always score, they are of vital importance. It’s impossible to quantify.”Ronaldo’s fitness is a concern, with tendonitis preventing him from being at his best at the 2014 World Cup when Portugal crashed out in the group stages.“There’s always talk that all the players must arrive 100 per cent,” Santos said. “But that is never the reality.“Obviously, it would be ideal if he was at his best but I would never stop calling Cristiano even if he was at 80 per cent.”Ronaldo, 31, came close to winning a trophy with Portugal at Euro 2004 but Greece beat them in the final.Portugal reached the semi-finals four years ago but were eliminated by Spain on penalties.“If we think of the generation of players we have had, it’s about time,” Santos said.“Portugal should have already won a European title but just like Spain, they took their time and now they have managed to win several trophies.”Portugal begin their Euro 2016 campaign against Iceland on June 14 in Marseille. They also face Austria and Hungary in Group F.
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Lyon take on Barcelona in their Champions League Round of 16 first-leg tie this evening and there will be live coverage on talkSPORT 2.The French side are currently third in Ligue 1 and host LaLiga leaders Barcelona tonight.talkSPORT 2 will bring you full build-up and commentary for the tie in France, while there will be regular updates from Liverpool’s first-leg meeting with Bayern Munich on our main station. Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Lyon star Memphis Depay The Reds were beaten finalists last season and face a tough task tonight against the Bundesliga champions.talkSPORT will have the latest action and goals as they go in throughout the night.So ahead of another important night of European football, here’s how you can keep across it all. 3 Liverpool take on Bayern Munich at Anfield Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton Lyon vs Barcelona: Kick-off timeThe Round of 16 first-leg tie will get underway at the Groupama Stadium at 8pm on Tuesday, February 19.Liverpool vs Bayern Munich will kick off at the same time at Anfield.Lyon vs Barcelona: Line-upsLyon: Lopes, Dubois, Marcelo, Denayer, Mendy, Traore, Ndombele, Aouar, Terrier, Depay, Dembele.Subs: Gorgelin, Marcal, Tete, Cheikh, Solet, Cornet, Tousart.Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Semedo, Pique, Lenglet, Alba, Roberto, Busquets, Rakitic, Messi, Suarez, Dembele.Subs: Pena, Coutinho, Malcom, Murillo, Vidal, Umtiti, Alena.Referee: Cuneyt Cakir Lionel Messi and Barcelona face Lyon tonight on target Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available BOOST Liverpool vs Bayern Munich: How to streamtalkSPORT’s Kickoff show will have regular updates from Merseyside with Alvin Martin, Jim Proudfoot and Graham Beecroft.For more information about how to stream the match on talkSPORT and for TV details, click here.Liverpool vs Bayern Munich: Line-upsLiverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Fabinho, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Keita, Salah, Firmino, Mane.Subs: Mignolet, Milner, Sturridge, Moreno, Lallana, Shaqiri, Origi.Bayern Munich: Neuer, Kimmich, Sule, Hummels, Alaba, Thiago, Martinez, Rodriguez, Gnabry, Lewandowski, Coman.Subs: Ulreich, Ribery, Rafinha, Davies, Lukas, Sanches, Shabani.Referee: Gianluca Rocchi Lyon vs Barcelona: How to listenFull commentary from Lyon will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our coverage beginning at 6pm.Ian Danter and David Connolly will be on commentary duty for the tie and to tune in simply click here for the live commentary stream or the radio player below.Updates from Liverpool vs Bayern Munich will be available from 7pm by clicking here.You can also listen through the talkSPORT App, on DAB Digital Radio or on MW 1053 or 1089.For more information about how to listen LIVE on talkSPORT click here. Aiming high 3 ready? LATEST CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury 3
Pedro Caixinha is expected to be announced as Rangers manager on Friday after the club agreed a compensation deal with his current employers.Al-Gharafa say they have approved the move because it is “in the interests of the club financially”.Caixinha’s contract with the Qatari club is due to expire in 45 days. The Doha-based side added that their manager’s desire to leave outweighed their wish to keep him on. It’s expected the Portuguese coach will now travel to Scotland to complete his move, before taking in Sunday’s Old Firm derby from the stands.Caixinha was a goalkeeper during his playing career but moved into coaching at the age of 29.He worked mainly as an assistant until taking charge of Portuguese side União de Leiria in 2010. Caixinha managed Nacional and Mexican side Santos Laguna before moving to the Middle East.
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Feel like the entire world is turned upside-down? Why not let your Christmas tree make that metaphor. So what’s the point? Well, if you’re into serious religious symbolism, the upside-down tree is big in central and Eastern Europe because people think it resembles the shape of Jesus on the cross. Apparently, UPSIDE-DOWN CHRISTMAS TREES are trendy this year. You can either mount your tree to the ceiling so it hangs, or buy an artificial tree that’s designed to stand upside-down. Pretty much every store sells them now, from Home Depot to Target. Or if you’re more into aesthetics, the upside-down tree shows off your ornaments better, because they’re dangling into the air, not being covered up by thicker branches underneath.
Share This!Welcome to the December installment of our monthly Disney Vacation Club preview. This month, we round up the latest news, including an upcoming price increase on Copper Creek Points and information about a DVC tasting cruise activity at Walt Disney World. We’ll also take a look at some common DVC owner questions.Booking WindowsThis month, here are some booking window dates to keep in mind. For your home resort (11-month booking window), in December, you will be able to book for dates in November 2019. For all other DVC resorts (seven-month booking window), this month you will be able to book for dates in July 2019.Topiary buffalo stands guard between the Boulder Ridge and Copper Creek Villas.Booking directly through Disney, during the month of December 2018 there is virtually no availability at Walt Disney World or Disneyland. As usual, there is moderate availability at Hilton Head. With the exception of the two-week period including Christmas and New Year’s Day, Aulani is wide open, with 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom villas available nearly every night. During January 2019, currently there is wide availability at Hilton Head and Aulani. In January, Saratoga Springs has 1- and 2-bedroom availability during most of the month. There are Polynesian Village bungalows available during weekdays in the second half of January. If you’re looking to splurge, now’s the time!If you want to expand your options, you may want to explore renting points as an alternative to booking through Disney. (If you rent points through the affiliate link to David’s DVC rentals, TouringPlans receives a commission.)DVC and Disney NewsDVC members visiting WDW in December should purchase their Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party tickets as soon as possible. Some dates may sell out. Later winter visitors should keep an eye out for events related to Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts from January 18 – February 25, 2019. If you want to graze on tasting tidbits without the overwhelming madness of the Food & Wine Festival, the Arts Festival is a terrific option.DVC members may now book a new tasting cruise around the Seven Seas Lagoon. Members board pontoon boats at the Contemporary to explore the Lagoon, making stops at DVC resorts to enjoy food and beverage tastings. Stops include the Beaches Pool Bar at the Grand Floridian, Trader Sam’s at the Polynesian Village, and the Top of the World Lounge at Bay Lake Tower. The cruise cost $99 per person and is available on most Mondays through May 2019, setting sail at 3:00 p.m. To book, call member services at 800-800-9800. Reservations are required.Price Increase Coming on Copper Creek PointsMember services recently sent out a notice that the price per point at the Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at the Wilderness Lodge will increase from $182 to $188 on January 16, 2019. DVC is also running additional promotions offering savings of $1,000 to about $3,000 for Copper Creek purchases made prior to December 15, 2018. If you’ve been waffling on a purchase, this might be the time to act.Guest use grill at Saratoga Springs.DVC FAQHere’s where we tackle a frequently asked question or two about Disney Vacation Club.Question: Do I have to pay to park at the DVC resort hotels?Answer: During summer 2018, Disney added resort parking fees: $13 per night at value resorts, $19 per night at moderate resorts, $24 per night at deluxe resorts (which includes all the WDW DVC hotels). However, there is good news for DVC members. Members are still allowed free parking for up to two vehicles when staying at any of the WDW DVC hotels, whether they are paying with points or cash. If you are using DVC points to pay for a room at a non-DVC hotel at Walt Disney World, you are still allowed to park for free. DVC members paying cash to stay at a non-DVC hotel will be charged the parking fee. The valet parking rate at the deluxe and villa resorts is currently $33. All guests, including DVC members, using the valet parking service are required to pay the fee.Question: I’ve seen outdoor grills at my DVC resort. Do people really use them?Answer: There are outdoor grills available for guest use at many of the DVC resorts. In my experience, they’re used somewhat infrequently, so if you’re in the mood to cook up some burgers or hotdogs, or to indulge in some s’mores, it’s likely that you’ll have no problem finding an available grill. Charcoal briquettes and matches are available for sale in the resort shops. Tools like outdoor use tongs and spatulas are available to borrow in the DVC resort community centers.That does it for this month’s wrap-up. Got any DVC questions? Comments? Let us know below.
Share This!Who else is excited to finally see the sequel to Frozen? We are less than a month out and to celebrate, the Walt Disney World Resort is going to have some fantastic special treats available! Some of these sweet items are coming out soon and others are available right now! Find out what you can pick up and where!Magic Kingdom©Disney(available starting November 8)Olaf’s Frozen Hot Chocolate Cake (Main Street Bakery) – gluten-friendly chocolate cake layered with chocolate crispy pearls, chocolate panna cotta, and marshmallow fluffSven’s Carrot Cake (Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café, Exclusive to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party) – carrot cake topped with cream cheese frosting, sugar carrots, and a chocolate pieceEpcot©DisneyKringla Bakeri Og Kafe4 Pack Mini Spirit Cupcakes:Earth – chocolate cupcake with cookie crumbles and candy rocksWind – vanilla cupcake with vanilla buttercream and fall leaf sprinklesFire – chocolate cupcake with fire buttercreamWater – vanilla cupcake with blue buttercream and sugar bubbles Fall Cheesecake – lemon cheesecake with graham cracker crust topped with Olaf and fall leaf sprinklesCaramel Mousse – sea salt caramel mousse with vanilla cake crust and white chocolate pieceFrozen Orange Vanilla Cream Soda – served in a souvenir sipperSven’s Apple Cheesecake – apple-filled cheesecakeDisney’s Typhoon LagoonElsa’s Frozen Wave (Leaning Palms) – cotton candy vanilla milkshake with whipped cream, fall and winter sprinkles, and a white chocolate coinDisney Springs©DisneyThe Ganachery(available starting Nov. 15)Chocolate Olaf – creamy milk chocolate Olaf filled with mini pumpkin spice marshmallows frolicking in a pile of chocolate leavesPumpkin Spice Ganache SquareChocolate Ganache Pop – salted caramel ganache popMarketplace SnacksOlaf Dole Whip Slushy – vanilla soft-serve on top of blue raspberry slush with Olaf chocolate piece and chocolate chip buttonsAmorette’s PatisserieAnna and Elsa Petit Cake – cinnamon-nutmeg chiffon cake with Calvados caramel mousse, cranberry-cherry pate de fruit, and roasted hazelnutsArendelle Anna Petit Cake – cinnamon-nutmeg chiffon cake with Calvados caramel mousse, cranberry-cherry pate de fruit, and roasted hazelnutsResorts©DisneyDark Sea Chocolate Cake (Beach Club Marketplace and The Market at Ale & Compass at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort) – chocolate cake with caramel cream cheese swirl, a dulcey chocolate mousse dome, glaçage, and a white chocolate glazeFrozen Waves Cupcake (available starting Nov. 17 at Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort) – chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate ganache and topped with vanilla mint buttercream and sanding sugarFrozen Fractals Cupcake (available starting Nov. 1 at Food Courts at Disney’s All-Star Resorts) – blue confetti cupcake with shades of blue frost buttercream and a white chocolate piece“Frozen 2” Pumpkin Spiced Donut Tart (Contempo Café at Disney’s Contemporary Resort) – vanilla tart shell filled with pumpkin custard and topped with a spiced donut cake top, cinnamon glaze, and chocolate leaves©DisneyHidden Truth Cupcake (Good’s Food to Go at Disney’s Old Key West Resort and The Artist’s Palette at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa) – chocolate cupcake with blackberry ganache, blackberry buttercream, white chocolate garnish, and blue and white sprinklesWater Spirit Cupcake (Food Courts at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort and Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort) – chocolate cupcake filled with white chocolate mousse and topped with vanilla buttercream, crispy pearls, and a white chocolate garnishEnchanted Forest Leaves (Gasparilla Island Grill at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa) – maple leaf-shaped sugar cookie sandwich filled with maple and praline buttercream and garnished with a chocolate coinFall Into Winter Dessert (available starting Nov. 24 at Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge) – spiced cheesecake with a caramel apple compote, embossed fondant, and sprinkles
Sectional semifinals will be Thursday, Oct. 23, with sectional finals on Saturday, Oct. 25. Survivors move on to the 2014 WIAA State Boys Soccer Tournament in Milwaukee on Oct. 30-Nov. 1.Here is a look at the sectional schedule:2014 WIAA Boys Soccer PlayoffsDivision 1Sectional 1Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Hudson at No. 1 Eau Claire Memorial, 4 p.m.No. 3 Green Bay Preble at No. 1 Kimberly (J.R. Gerrits Middle School), 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At D.C. Everest, 7 p.m.Sectional 4Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Milwaukee Bradley/Bay View/Carmen at No. 1 Milwaukee Marquette, 7 p.m.No. 3 Oak Creek at No. 1 Kenosha Tremper, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Kenosha Tremper, 6 p.m.Sectional 2Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Sheboygan North at No. 1 Menomonee Falls, 7 p.m.No. 2 Sussex Hamilton at No. 1 Hartland Arrowhead, 6:30 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Germantown, 7 p.m.Sectional 3Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 5 Kettle Moraine at No. 1 Madison West (Warner Soccer), 7 p.m.No. 6 Beloit Memorial vs. TBASectional championship, Oct. 25At Kettle Moraine, 5 p.m.Division 2Sectional 1Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 River Falls at No. 1 New Richmond, 4 p.m.No. 3 Wausau East at No. 1 Pulaski, 6:30 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Marshfield, 3:30 p.m.Sectional 4Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 3 Pewaukee at No. 1 Brookfield East, 7 p.m.No. 2 Greendale at No. 1 Whitefish Bay, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Brookfield East, 3 p.m.Sectional 2Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Oshkosh North vs. No. 1 Green Bay East at Green Bay Southwest, 7 p.m.Slinger-Port Washington winner at No. 1 Cedarburg, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At West De Pere, 5 p.m.Sectional 3Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 6 Waunakee at No. 1 Oregon, 7 p.m.No. 2 Elkhorn at No. 1 Milton, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Wilmot, 5 p.m.Division 3Sectional 1Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Baldwin-Woodville at No. 1 Rice Lake, 7 p.m.No. 2 Lakeland at No. 1 Ashland, 4 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Rice Lake, 4 p.m.Sectional 4Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Milwaukee Lutheran at No. 1 Grafton, 7 p.m.No. 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial at No. 1 Delavan-Darien, TBASectional championship, Oct. 25At East Troy, 3 p.m.Sectional 2Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 8 New Holstein/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah at No. 4 Luxemburg-Casco, 4 p.m.No. 6 Winneconne at No. 2 Green Bay Notre Dame, 5 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Seymour, 1 p.m.Sectional 3Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Madison Edgewood at No. 1 Lodi, 7 p.m.No. 2 Evansville at No. 1 Mount Horeb, 6 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Mount Horeb, 3 p.m.Division 4Sectional 1Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 3 Phillips at No. 1 Barron, 4 p.m.No. 2 Marshfield Columbus Catholic at No. 1 Stevens Point Pacelli, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Marshfield, 1 p.m.Sectional 4Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Sheboygan County Christian/Sheboygan Area Lutheran at No. 1 Kettle Moraine Lutheran, 4 p.m.No. 1 Milwaukee St. Thomas More vs. No. 3 Lake Country Lutheran at Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3:30 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Kettle Moraine Lutheran, TBASectional 2Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23Gibraltar/Sevastopol-Algoma winner at No. 1 Sturgeon Bay, 7 p.m.No. 2 St. Lawrence Seminary at No. 1 Winnebago Lutheran, 7 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At Central Wisconsin Christian, Waupun, TBASectional 3Sectional semifinals, Oct. 23No. 2 Lake Mills at No. 1 Lakeside Lutheran, 7 p.m.No. 3 Racine St. Catherine’s at No. 1 The Prairie School (Racine), 5 p.m.Sectional championship, Oct. 25At The Prairie School, Racine, 5 p.m.