TEMECULA: Butterfield Stage Road open, final cost unknown – Press Enterprise
After committing 28 unforced errors across the windy first two sets, Nadal had zero in the third, and only three in the last. When I was able to hit with my forehand, Nadal said, I felt that I was in control. Ferrer, for his part, said that in the latter stages, I lost my concentration, my focus. It was Nadals 33rd consecutive win at the French Open and improved his record in the event to 64-1. His only loss at the tournament came to Robin Soderling in the fourth round in 2009. The Spaniard, who turned 28 on Tuesday, is not used to facing much in the way of hardship at Roland Garros. So Nadal took what he was able to do against Ferrer as a good sign. At the end of the day, I am rather happy to have been able to turn the situation around, said Nadal, who wasnt thrilled to be put on Court Suzanne Lenglen, the second-largest arena, for the second time this year. I managed to pull through, even though it was complicated. The route Murray took during his 6-4, 6-1, 4-6, 1-6, 6-0 victory over No. 23 Gael Monfils of French Valley Attorney Lawyer France was far more circuitous, finishing right on the cusp of dusk after 9:30 p.m.
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4BR has been informed of the results of the French Open Brass Band Championships that took place in Amboise in the Loire Valley on the weekend. Further details and a report will be published as soon as possible. Championship Section: 1. Rijnmond (Erik van de Kolk) – 118 2. Krohnengen (Bjorn Brestein) -116.25 3. Val de Loire (Jerome Genza) – 113.25 4. Exo (Dylan Corlay) – 112.5 First Section: 1. Lympstone SW Communications (Charles Fleming) – 111.5 Second Section: 1. Lockwood (John Roberts) – 114.5 2. A Tout Vent (William Houssoy) – 112.25 3.
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TEMECULA: Butterfield Stage Road open, final cost unknown Motorists use the new Butterfield Stage Road extension, the stretch that runs from Calle Chapos to La Serena Way in Temecula, on Thursday. FRANK BELLINO , STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD PHASE II Length: .5 miles Construction: Started Jan. 14, 2013, Opened to traffic June 4, 2014 * Final tally to be approved later this year Cars, trucks and bicycles are finally using the new stretch of Butterfield Stage Road along the northeastern edge of Temeculas borders, a long-awaited segment that links French Valley Attorney and Wine Country. The route, which was supposed to open in mid-February, is expected to ease shortcut traffic on streets in the suburban neighborhoods in the Nicolas Valley part of the city, spur development in the region and give residents a new north-south route from Temecula Parkway to Winchester Road. Now theres the matter of the price tag. Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday morning, Assistant City Manager Greg Butler said the city and the contractor that built the half-mile stretch from La Serena Way north to Calle Chapos are deep into negotiations on the final bill for the project. The city contends the contractor, Hillcrest Contracting of Corona, missed the deadline for delivery of the new segment by months and is facing fines of $1,000 a day. Its a little bit longer than normal, he said, putting the projects delay in context. I heard they had problems with some subcontractors. Butler said the contract approved by the City Council called for around $6 million to pay for the road, a bit higher than the $5.6 million for the longer first phase of the project that ran from Murrieta Hot Springs to Calle Chapos. The extra cost was attributed in part to the tricky terrain in the area, which included multiple canyons. Typically, he said, there is a 10 percent contingency added to a contract amount to cover issues that arise during construction.
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5 things we learned at the 2014 French Open – Valley Morning Star : Golf & Tennis
14. DJOKOVIC’S CAREER SLAM: Once more, Djokovic came close to joining Federer and Nadal as an owner of a career Grand Slam. And once more, Djokovic ran into Nadal. Djokovic is 0-6 against Nadal at the French Open, including losses in the 2012 final and 2013 semifinals. Federer went through something similar he lost to Nadal in Paris in the 2005 semifinals and every final from 2006-08, before finally getting his French Open title in 2009, after Nadal lost to Robin Soderling in the fourth round. Maybe Djokovic just needs a little help, too. “He deserves to win this tournament,” Nadal said.
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