MOBILE, Ala. – After winning the ITA/Wilson Regional championship two weeks ago, Suzana Cavalcante (Jr. / Sao Paulo, Brazil) participated at the 2007 ITA Small College National Championships in Mobile, Ala., and reached the semifinals in singles, before bowing out to the eventual National Champion in a three set match. Cavalcante also teamed up with Paola Arevalo (Sr. / Cali, Colombia) to earn a fifth place finish in doubles. In the national singles championships, Cavalcante reached the semifinals by defeating Northwood University’s Darina Berkova 6-2, 0-6, 6-1. In the semifinal match, Cavalcante faced BYU-Hawaii’s number one player, Elwen Li. In that semifinal match, Cavalcante had a great chance at the win, when she had a one-set lead and was up a break at 4-2 in the second set. However, the very consistent Li came back in the match and won in three sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Cavalcante then played for the third place position against the University of California in Pennsylvania’s top player, Helena Van Eysendeyk. Cavalcante played very well and cruised to a 6-1, 6-3 win to earn the singles third position at the national level. In doubles, Cavalcante partnered up with Arevalo and had a tough quarterfinal match. The West Florida duo faced the Abilene Christian team of Irene Squillaci and Aina Rafolomanantsiatosika, and came up just short by losing 7-6, 6-2. Cavalcante and Arevalo moved to the consolation draw and beat the Emporia State team of Natalie Villaflor and Marcela Bayon 6-1, 6-4, and the Northwood team of Ashley Neumann and Julia Goncalves 6-2, 6-1, to earn doubles fifth position at the national level. (by Gui Amaral Jasmin) Print Friendly Version Share Suzana Cavalcante Finishes Third in the ITA National Championships
George Alaba, the player’s father, is affronted by what he has come across in recent days.“I brought David Alaba to Bayern as a teenager. Over the years, I’ve had several opportunities to transfer David to another club, but we were loyal and always chose to stay. I didn’t expect FC Bayern to be spreading dirty lies in public about salary and commission claims,” he told Sky Sport.“Claiming that we can’t come to an agreement over a new contract due to such payments is one of those filthy allegations. All because we didn’t accept the figures they have presented to us. We have our own ideas.”Meanwhile, Zahavi denies that he has asked for an outrageous commission payment to broker the deal.“At no point did I talk in detail about a possible commission payment with the people in charge at Bayern,” he said.“The only time this topic came up was when we met in Lisbon. Hasan Salihamidzic asked me how I would imagine that. I told him we should work on an agreement with the player first, but I wouldn’t ask for more than usual. I don’t want to get more than other agents who have received commission payments from Bayern.“Again: we’ve not talked numbers yet.”Alaba, 28, has spent his entire professional career with the Allianz Arena side, having joined them in 2008 from Austria Vienna aged only 16.Since making his debut for the senior team in 2010, he has established himself as one of their outstanding servants, having featured on nearly 400 occasions for the first team.If no new deal is agreed, he can leave the club next summer on a free transfer.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram David Alaba’s entourage have reacted angrily to accusations that they are being greedy with regards to negotiations over a new contract for the defender.The Austria international’s agent, Pini Zahavi and father, George Alaba, were attacked in the press by former Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness over the weekend, who accused representative Pini Zahavi of being a “piranha” and not someone who should be listened to.Furthermore, there have been claims made in the media that Alaba wishes to be made Bayern’s best-paid player, earning €25 million (£23m/$30m) per year.
They are being hard days. There is no one outside the coronavirus crisis and society is staying at home to try to stop this epidemic. Many footballers have shown us in their networks how they are living their confinement and, directly or indirectly, they are offering us some ideas to occupy our time. Here we offer several rayista recommendations to pass the quarantine. Do houseworkThe day goes a long way and Catena He showed us another of his chores through the networks, in this case ordering his large collection of sneakers. And it is that our homes are an inexhaustible source of tasks: cleaning, cooking, ironing … “I have placed the closet twice and surely another falls this weekend”, he confessed Alicia, captain of the Feminine.To playSome opt for games like FIFA 20 or Fortnite. There are specialists. However, we can also test our knowledge of the Strip. Here, this trivial designed by fellow ‘Lightning Union’ (https://www.unionrayo.es/trivial-temporada-rayo-vallecano-1/).Listen to musicIt has become the anthem of this crisis. The mantra to hold on to when they are badly given. ‘Resistiré’ by the Dynamic Duo is one of the ex-Strip’s favorite songs, Bolus. It was before and it is now. “My family and my close friends have wavered my whole life because of it,” he confessed.Do sportFootballers and coaching staff they try to keep fit with the resources they have at home. In some cases they have a garden or terrace to be able to move around more, but others must manage on their floor. Sit-ups, rubbers … Any corner or object can count as an improvised gym.ApplaudRayists and non-rayists. Players and non-players. We all have an appointment at the windows and balconies at 20:00 to applaud in honor of all those anonymous heroes of the coronavirus: restrooms, restockers and ATMs, transporters, cleaners … “Thank you to all the people who are working and making things easy in these difficult times we are experiencing,” he said. Trejo.And of course … Being with the family!Video calls bring families who cannot live together this quarantine together. A good time to talk and listen. In short, to share moments with our loved ones (parents, children, couples, friends …) because even without kisses and hugs we can show affection. Morro’s aunt He has made a beautiful video linking a message from each and every member of his family: ‘Everything will pass … This too’. ReadIt is the plan chosen by Catena, who showed us in a photo four books on the table, four suggestions: ‘Ask the dust’ by Fante, ‘Complete poetry’ by Cesare Pavese, ‘Submission’ by Houellebecq and ‘The world of yesterday’ by Stefan Zweig.Two pro rayistas have also decided to do their bit and offer the free download of their books. This is the case of ‘Footballers of the Left’ (http://www.leemelibros.com/ebooks.html) and ‘A las Armas’ (https://we.tl/t-mMJY8xeA8Z) of Quique Hairstyle and ‘The samurai of Vallecas’ of Jesus Mesado (https://wetransfer.com/downloads/6d8fd749620a596af058d6ac460a99cc20200318142805/9302cc?fbclid=IwAR0zHpYYEiKFmu7ynmbP6pRG9Fj4zdyAsyRMqe_UEr7HreRDD7Watch seriesThe different platforms offer us a rich list of movies, documentaries and series. The latter has been the bet of Isi Palazón. The end hung a photo watching the new season of ‘Elite’ with his pet. One of the highlights of Netflix, where the Korean film ‘Virus’ is also sweeping.StudyMario Suarez He dedicates part of this time at home to training. In addition to being with the family, the midfielder continues with his SBA Master of the Garrigues Study Center, focused on sports management. Always a good option for the future.