Recent Performance Sports News
Four Queens: Tennis Star Duo Bryan Bros. Victorious in London, Tally 72 Wins in Career Doubles Finals
Four queens…enough for a Royal Flush. Make it Four Royal Flushes for every one of the Bryan Brothers’ victories at the Queen’s Final as part of the Aegon Championships in London. The dominating Tennis Duo – Bob and Mike – took their fourth triumph on June 13, topping Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes 6-7, 7-6, 10-6. Their success in England was topped off with a killer career stat: 72 career doubles finals wins.
The action is hitting an insane intensity level. With biting incidents, extra rough fouls, bad blood and some truly World-Class play, the NHL Stanley Cup Finals are raging on. After the Vancouver Canucks powered out of the gates to a 2-0 series lead with commanding victories, Boston’s strong 8-1 victory in game three has momentum shifting for a truly competitive series. Despite bitter rivals clashing head-to-head, the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins have one thing in common. Both sides are packed with Oakley-equipped warriors.
If anyone has ever overlooked Ian Poulter, they were just reminded why it’s a dumb idea. Oakley’s British hotshot Golfer stormed back from behind with a killer 10-foot putt to top Luke Donald at the Volvo Match Play Championship at the Finca Cortesin Club in Spain. Down three times in the match, his putt on the penultimate green not only landed him the big victory, but it also prevented Donald from claiming the World No. 1 ranking. As a player who thrives in the pressure cooker and steps up to the plate, Ian’s performance in the last three holes in the quarter-finals – birdying all three – powered him though a two-hole deficit to Francesco Molinari to advance.