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Elina Svitolina poses with the Italian Open trophy after beating Simona Halep in the final in Rome yesterday. — Reuters
ELINA Svitolina surged to No. 1 in the season-long rankings race by winning the Italian Open yesterday with a 4-6 http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-Ja … ft-Jersey/ , 7-5, 6-1 victory over Simona Halep.

It was a tour-best fourth title this year for Svitolina and the most prestigious trophy of her career so far. The 22-year-old Ukrainian also leads the tour with 31 match wins this season, putting her among the favorites for the French Open, which starts next Sunday.

“Every day I’m just trying to work on my mental part, my physical, my tennis http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-Ja … ft-Jersey/ ,” Svitolina said. “Everything just came together and I’m very happy that it’s happened in such a big tournament.”

The fourth-ranked Halep was in full control and serving for the first set at 5-2 when she rolled her right ankle while sliding over what appeared to be a small hole in the Foro Italico stadium court.

While Halep was able to eventually win the opening set, she required treatment to her ankle from a trainer twice and was late getting to shots as the match wore on.

“Sorry guys for third set,” Halep told the crowd. “It was a little tough for me to get through but Elina played great.”

Halep was playing in her second clay-court final in two weeks after winning the title in Madrid last Sunday.

Svitolina also required medical treatment from a trainer midway through the second set, for an apparent problem with her left leg.

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During the post-match presentation, Svitolina dropped the cover of the silver trophy on to the red claycourt, prompting her to say, “Oops.”

The first two sets featured long, nervous baseline rallies in which both players waited for their opponent to commit errors.

“It was very tough first two sets and I’m really happy that it’s all finished,” Svitolina said.

Svitolina advanced to her maiden Rome final on Saturday when Spanish semifinal opponent Garbine Muguruza http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-Ib … ft-Jersey/ , the French Open champion, retired injured as she trailed 1-4 to the big-hitting Ukrainian. Muguruza now faces an uphill task to be ready for Roland Garros.

But Svitolina, who ousted Czech second seed Karolina Pliskova in the quarter-finals, showed she was fully deserving of her spot, overcoming Halep, the sixth-seeded Romanian.

In the men’s final http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-Gr … ft-Jersey/ , four-time champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia was facing 20-year-old German Alexander Zverev.

RIO DE JANEIRO, April 27 (Xinhua) -- World football governing body FIFA have fined the football associations of Brazil, Argentina and Mexico for homophobic chants by fans.

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) suffered the heaviest fine - 35,000 Swiss francs (35,000 US dollars) - due to their status as a repeat offender. The CBF were also penalized for homophobic chants from fans in World Cup qualifiers against Colombia and Bolivia in the past 18 months.

The Argentinian Football Association were fined 20,000 Swiss francs while the Mexican Football Federation were hit with a 10 http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-De … ft-Jersey/ ,000 Swiss franc penalty.

FIFA said the fines were "for incidents involving discriminatory and unsporting conduct by fans, including homophobic chants" during recent World Cup qualifiers, without specifying which matches.

Meanwhile Albania's football association were fined 100,000 Swiss francs for fan behaviour during the World Cup qualifying defeat to Italy last month.

FIFA said breaches of the code of conduct included "the use of pyrotechnics which led to the suspension of the match for several minutes".

The Italian Football Federation were also penalized 15,000 Swiss francs for incidents during the match in Palermo.

Other associations to receive fines for the use of fireworks by fans were Iran, Bosnia and Herzegovina http://www.texansfansshop.com/Texans-De … ft-Jersey/ , Poland and Montenegro, FIFA said.

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