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Paris, France (Sports Network) – World No. Hines Ward Jersey . 1 Victoria Azarenka,
third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska and former runner-up Samantha Stosur landed in
the win column, while former runner-up Venus Williams was sent packing in the
second round at the French Open. The top-seeded Azarenka cruised past Germanys
Dinah Pfizenmaier 6-1, 6-1, while the sixth-seeded Stosur dismissed American
Irina Falconi 6-1, 6-4. Azarenka, a quarterfinalist on the famed red clay at
Roland Garros last year, is trying for her second straight Grand Slam title. She
won the Australian Open in January for her first career major championship.
“Being No. 1 is a difficult job, because everybody want to catch you, everybody
want to move you from the spot,” Azarenka said. “Nothing is going to come easy
just because youre No. 1. You actually have more people… motivated trying to
beat you.” The native of Belarus needed just 55 minutes and broke serve five
times on Wednesday to advance to the third round. She will next face Canadas
Aleksandra Wozniak, who knocked off 31st-seeded Chinese Zheng Jie 6-2, 6-4 on
Wednesday. The consistent Radwanska dispatched the unseeded Williams 6-2, 6-3
one day after Williams younger sister and fellow former No. 1 Serena was a
shocking first-round loser at the hands of Frances Virginie Razzano. Venus lost
to Serena in an all-Williams French Open title bout 10 years ago and hasnt
reached the final four here since. Radwanska will face former top-five Russian
star Svetlana Kuznetsova in the round of 32. Stosur, the 2010 French runner-up
and reigning U.S. Open champ, also had little trouble on Wednesday and moved on
in just 63 minutes. She saved each of four break-point opportunities against her
serve and converted 3-of-4 break chances. Next up for the Aussie will be Russias
Nadia Petrova, who posted a 6-3, 6-3 win Wednesday against South Africas
Chanelle Scheepers. The 27th-seeded Petrova has had her best Grand Slam results
in Paris, reaching the semifinals in 2003 and 2005. Up-and-coming Croat Petra
Martic disappointed the French faithful by taking out the ladies eighth seed,
Marion Bartoli, in 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 fashion. The 2007 Wimbledon runner-up Bartoli
was a French Open semifinalist last year. Thirteenth-seeded former world No. 1
and former French Open champ Ana Ivanovic of Serbia cruised past Israeli Peer
6-2, 6-2, while 15th-seeded Slovak Dominika Cibulkova swatted American Vania
King 6-0, 6-2 and 18th-seeded Italian Flavia Pennetta pasted American Alexa
Glatch 6-3, 6-1. Ivanovic captured her French title in 2008 and was the 2007
runner-up here to former great Justine Henin. Another former French Open champ
advanced, as a 26th-seeded Kuznetsova got past Taiwans Yung-Jan Chan 6-4, 7-6
(7-4). Kuznetsova titled here in 2009 and was the 2006 French runner-up to
Henin. In other action involving seeds, Spaniard Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez
upended No. 20 Czech Lucie Safarova 6-4, 7-5; No. 21 Italian Sara Errani leveled
American in Melanie Oudin 6-2, 6-3; Frances Mathilde Johansson knocked out No.
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Garrigues drubbed Frances Irena Pavlovic 6-3, 6-2. In an all-American affair on
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Mattek-Sands 6-1, 6-1. The 19-year-old Stephens, the daughter of former NFL
player John Stephens, will face Johansson on Friday. Belarus Olga Govortsova was
leading world No. 10 Angelique Kerber of Germany 2-1 in the first set when play
was suspended because of rain on Wednesday. The second round is scheduled to
conclude on Thursday, including matches for second-seeded former world No. 1
Maria Sharapova, fourth-seeded Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and
seventh-seeded reigning French Open champ Li Na. The tall Russian and three-time
major champion Sharapova will face Japans Ayumi Morita, while the Czech
lefthander Kvitova will tangle with Pole Urszula Radwanska, and Chinas Li will
lock horns with Frances Stephanie Foretz Gacon. Also on the Day-5 schedule will
be ninth-seeded Dane and former top-ranked star Caroline Wozniacki and
14th-seeded Italian Francesca Schiavone, who titled here in 2010 and was last
years French Open runner-up to Li. And an all-American affair will pit
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CINCINNATI, Ohio—The best way for Jason Kubel to protect that balky
hamstring? Just jog around the bases. Twice. Out of the lineup for the last four
games because of a sore right hamstring, Kubel returned Wednesday night and
homered in his first two at-bats, powering the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 7-1
victory that dropped the Cincinnati Reds back into a first-place tie in the NL
Central. The outfielder hurt his hamstring when he slipped on wet grass at
Wrigley Field during a loss on Friday night. He felt good after a strenuous
workout on Tuesday, so manager Kirk Gibson decided to put him back in the lineup
for the third game of their series against the Reds. When a thunderstorm hit
shortly before the start of the game on Wednesday, Gibson asked Kubel if he felt
comfortable playing on another wet field. “I talked to him about it and he said
he was fine,” Gibson said. Better than fine. Kubel hit a two-run shot in the
first inning and a solo homer in the fourth off Mat Latos (7-3), who lost for
the first time since April 18. Latos forced in a run with a bases-loaded walk in
his second-shortest start of the season. “That was nice, a fun one today,” Kubel
said. “I knew Id be in there today and it would feel good. There wasnt a concern
about it.” The two quick homers reminded the Diamondbacks of how much Kubel
means to the offence. They had scored one run or less in four of their last five
games. “You miss him when hes not in there,” said Ian Kennedy (7-8). “Hes one of
our more consistent guys. He has good at-bats even when he doesnt get hits.
After a couple of days off, he was fresh. He was hitting the ball really good
tonight.” Kennedy made the early lead hold, giving up eight hits and a run in
eight innings. He struck out seven and didnt walk a batter. Kennedy used his
fastball to get out of early threats, then turned to his breaking ball later in
the game. The Reds have lost two of three since learning that first baseman
Joey Votto needed surgery on his left knee. Hes expected to be sidelined for
three to four weeks. Votto had torn cartilage repaired on Tuesday. He was in the
Reds clubhouse on Wednesday, getting treatment and defending the deccision not
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. Cincinnatis offence has struggled without him,
knocking the Reds into a first-place tie with Pittsburgh. The Pirates beat
Rockies 9-6 earlier Wednesday. Their best chance was another solid start from
Latos, who hadnt lost in his last 15 games. The right-hander was 7-0 with 3.43
ERA during that span, which included three blown saves behind him. This time,
Latos didnt have it. Aaron Hill singled in the first inning, extending his
hitting streak to nine games. Kubel followed with a homer to centre, extending
Great American Ball Parks streak to 71 consecutive games with a homer since last
July 29. Its the longest such streak since Coors Field had 80 games with a homer
in 2002-03. Kubel led off the fourth with his 17th homer, his first multihomer
game of the season. Latos failed to make it through the fifth inning for only
the third time this season. Hill doubled home a run in the fifth, and the Reds
decided to intentionally walk Kubel with two outs to load the bases for
Miguel Montero. Latos fell behind 3-0 in the count, got two foul-ball strikes,
then threw one up-and-in for a walk that made it 5-1 and ended his outing. Latos
took off his red cap and fired his glove into the dugout tunnel when he left the
field. The Reds stranded runners in scoring position in each of the first four
innings. Drew Stubbs singled home a run in the second, but the Reds couldnt get
another clutch hit out of a lineup missing its most dependable run producer with
Votto gone. NOTES: It was Kubels seventh career two-homer game. ... The
Diamondbacks sent rookie RHP Trevor Bauer back to Triple-A a day after his worst
start in the majors. The 21-year-old lasted three innings in a 4-0 loss on
Tuesday night. RH reliever Jonathan Albaladejo was called up from Reno. ... The
Reds optioned RHP Todd Redmond back to Triple-A Louisville and called up OF
Xavier Paul to help the offence while Votto is out. Redmond was with the Reds
for only one day, called up for insurance in case RHP Johnny Cueto had problems
with a blister on his pitching hand Tuesday night. ... Cincinnati gave away
Jay Bruce bobbleheads. He went 0 for 4. ’ ’ ’ 

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