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Even the usually parsimonious Herath was clobbered at will. meet at Mahajati Sadan, Chand Mohammad said Mulayamaccording to reportshad always insisted that the meet be held in Kolkata the venue in 19931996 and 2010 The Kolkata meet will coincide with the completion of six months of the Akhilesh government in UP on September 15 For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: World number one Rafael Nadal notched up his 50th win at the US Open on Monday to reach the quarter-finals for the seventh time The two-time champion who could meet old rival Roger Federer in New York for the first time at the semi-final stage crushed Ukraine’s Alexander Dolgopolov 6-2 6-4 6-1 Rafael Nadal in action at the US Open Twitter: @USOpen The 31-year-old Spaniard goes on to face either 19-year-old Andrey Rublev of Russia or Belgian ninth seed David Goffin for a place in the last-four "I played a solid match with not many mistakes" said Nadal the reigning French Open champion "He’s a player who can play amazing shots but sometimes he can be very unpredictable with errors so I just waited for my opportunity" Nadal the 2010 and 2013 champion in New York showed no signs of the struggles that bedeviled him in the two previous rounds when he dropped the opening set before prevailing in four His 23 winners on Monday were just shaded by world number 64 Dolgopolov’s 25 but the Ukrainian’s 39 unforced errors were more than three times those committed by Nadal Federer bidding for a sixth US Open and 20th major will tackle Philipp Kohlschreiber later Monday After stretching his runs of dominance over Mikhail Youzhny to 17-0 and Feliciano Lopez to 13-0 the 36-year-old Federer takes an 11-0 advantage into his night-time duel with German 33rd seed Kohlschreiber The remaining last-16 tie of the day sees 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro the 24th seeded Argentine up against Austrian sixth seed Dominic Thiem Thiem who was forced to quit with injury against del Potro at the same stage in 2016 celebrated his 24th birthday on Sunday Top seed Karolina Pliskova the runner-up in 2016 needed just 46 minutes to sweep past Jennifer Brady of the United States 6-1 6-0 and make her third Slam quarter-final of 2017 The tall Czech had needed back-to-back three-setters to get to the last 16 including having to save a match point against Zhang Shuai of China in the third round But the 25-year-old world number one fired 23 winners on Sunday while the outclassed Brady the 91st-ranked player managed just six in her quickfire demolition Pliskova will next face either 37th-ranked compatriot Lucie Safarova or US 20th seed CoCo Vandeweghe for a place in the semi-finals "I think it was one of my best matches this year" said Pliskova "But the opponent was not the best Definitely she can play better than she was playing today" Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina the fourth seed who is in a three-way tussle with Pliskova as well as the already-eliminated Garbine Muguruza for the world top spot faces Madison Keys the 15th seeded American Svitolina is looking to reach the quarter-finals of a Slam for the second time this season having also made the last-eight at Roland Garros in June Keys is playing in the last 16 in New York for a third successive season Paris: World number one Novak Djokovic is poised to become the first man to win $100 million in prize money on Monday when he targets a place in the French Open quarter-finals for the 10th time Djokovic chasing a first Roland Garros title to complete a career Grand Slam tackles Spain’s 14th seed Roberto Bautista Agut Djokovic could be the first to earn $100 million in prize money Getty images The top seeded Serb has a 4-0 career lead over the 28-year-old Bautista Agut including a victory on clay in Madrid this season where the Spaniard won just three games Djokovic is also bidding to reach the quarter-finals for the 28th straight Grand Slam and take sole occupancy of second place ahead of Jimmy Connors for the most consecutive last-eight appearances at the majors With $99673404 banked in prize money at the start of Roland Garros the 29-year-old Djokovic can cross the $100 million barrier by making the last-eight A place in the quarter-finals is worth 294000 euros ($326722) and that will just take the Serb into the $100000000 bracket Roger Federer is Djokovic’s closest rival in the prize money stakes on $98011727 but the Swiss is sitting out Roland Garros through injury "I know that the top four guys (himself Federer Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray) that have been dominating the tour and winning most of the major titles in the last ten years or so will not stay there forever" cautioned Djokovic "New generations are coming up and you can see already guys like Dominic Thiem Borna Coric Nick Kyrgios establishing themselves in the very top of the men’s game "Can definitely expect to see those faces more in the future How quick they can actually get to the top four of the world it’s a process It’s not like that’s going to happen overnight or over two three months "They need to play very well and consistently well and stay healthy throughout the entire year in order to challenge the top spots Let’s see if they can do that" Czech seventh seed Tomas Berdych and former runner-up David Ferrer the 11th seeded Spaniard also meet Monday Ferrer leads their 12-year rivalry 8-6 although Berdych won the pair’s most recent clash on clay in Madrid Belgian 12th seed David Goffin faces unpredictable Latvian Ernests Gulbis a semi-finalist in 2014 Goffin had never made the last-eight at a Grand Slam while world ranked 80 Gulbis has won six of his last seven meetings with top 20 players at the majors Austrian 13th seed Dominic Thiem faces Spain’s Marcel Granollers with both men trying to make the last eight of a Slam for the first time Granollers reached the last-16 without hitting a ball when nine-time champion Nadal pulled out of the tournament with a wrist injury In the women’s last-16 top seed and defending champion Serena Williams continues her bid for a record-equalling Open era 22nd Grand Slam title The 34-year-old takes on Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina who is being advised in Paris by Justine Henin one of Williams’ former great rivals on the tour and a four-time French Open champion "That doesn’t really matter It’s just really about going out there and playing your best" said Williams shrugging off the Henin connection Spanish 12th seed Carla Suarez Navarro faces unseeded Yulia Putintseva also on Monday In-form Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens who knocked out Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber in the first round faces America’s Madison Keys the 15th seed Venus Williams who was runner-up to sister Serena in 2002 faces Swiss eighth seed Timea Bacsinszky a semi-finalist in 2015 Also Monday two fourth round ties that were suspended when heavy rain started to fall late Sunday evening will be completed Second seed Agnieszka Radwanska was 6-2 3-0 up on Bulgaria’s Tsvetana Pironkova and sixth seed Simona Halep of Romania was leading Australian veteran Samantha Stosur 5-3 FIFA president Sepp Blatter planned for Russia and the United States to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and blamed UEFA president Michel Platini for Qatar’s bid victory over the Americans a spokesman for Blatter said on Wednesday But Blatter’s wish for the two tournaments to go to "the two biggest political powers" was not a pre-arranged decision Klaus Stoehlker told Reuters "It was not an agreement this was his proposal and of course it (then) went to the vote at the (FIFA) executive committee" he said Sepp Blatter Reuters In an interview with Russian news agency TASS in which he took aim at Platini for playing a part in what he called attacks on him Blatter portrayed the double World Cup vote held in 2010 as the catalyst for crisis at global soccer’s governing body It triggered the worst scandal in FIFA’s history with 14 soccer officials and sports marketing executives indicted by the US Department of Justice in May for bribery money laundering and wire fraud in an ongoing multi-million-dollar investigation Blatter and Platini are both serving 90-day suspensions imposed by FIFA’s Ethics Committee which is looking into a 2 million Swiss franc ($203 million) payment Blatter made to Platini in 2011 – a case that is also part of a separate Swiss criminal investigation "We had a discussion of the World Cup and then we went to a double decision" Blatter told TASS "For the World Cups it was agreed that we go to Russia (for 2018). and for 2022 we go back to America And so we will have the World Cup in the two biggest political powers" Blatter said a lunch between Platini senior Qatari officials and then French president Nicolas Sarkozy led to a change of heart by the UEFA president "There was an election by secret ballot Four votes from Europe went away from the USA. If the USA was given the World Cup we would only speak about the wonderful World Cup 2018 in Russia and .not about any problems" he told the Russian news agency Stoehlker said he spoke to Blatter following the interview and the Swiss stressed there had been no agreement before the vote of the FIFA executive committee but rather that it was his personal wish was for Russia and the United States to be hosts "Then he was tricked by Platini who under pressure from Sarkozy switched his support to Qatar" said Stoehlker Platini has said he had a lunch with Sarkozy and Qatari officials but denied he was told by his country’s president to vote for the Gulf state POWER GAME In the interview Blatter said he was a "ball in a big political power game" adding Russia would never lose the 2018 tournament despite calls from some in Britain Blatter who has been president of FIFA since 1998 said politics was behind attacks on him that followed the indictment of 14 soccer officials and sports marketing executives by US prosecutors "At the beginning it was only a personal attack It was Platini against me He started it but then it became politics" he said "And when it is in politics it is not any longer Platini against me It is then those who have lost the World Cup" Denouncing England as "bad losers" after missing out in the 2018 vote Blatter said Russia’s preparations for the tournament were going well praising President Vladimir Putin "I support him in all discussions in all situations" he said Blatter who said he regretted not standing down as he initially planned in 2014 argued there was "envy and jealousy" of FIFA’s commercial success but rejected the suggestion that the current crisis at FIFA was a de facto American takeover Blatter said FIFA’s Ethics Committee whose decision over his suspension he is appealing had bowed to media pressure to remove him "Unfortunately Platini was in the same boat" he said After 17 years in football’s top job Blatter said he hoped he would be cleared in time to lead FIFA’s congress on Feb 26 which will elect a new leader "This is my dream" he said Reuters who acted as the player’s representatives,s theatre. 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