Hamilton Dramatic win in Azerbaijan, Nadal Takes the 11th Barcelona Open, Alexander shines in China Open and Pliskova wins Stuttgart Open (29.4.2018). - Sports history

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Hamilton Dramatic win in Azerbaijan, Nadal Takes the 11th Barcelona Open, Alexander shines in China Open and Pliskova wins Stuttgart Open (29.4.2018).

Hamilton Dramatic win in Azerbaijan, Nadal Takes the 11th Barcelona Open, Alexander shines in China Open and Pliskova wins Stuttgart Open (29.4.2018).






 Hamilton Dramatic win in Azerbaijan, Nadal Takes the 11th Barcelona Open, Alexander shines in China Open and Pliskova wins Stuttgart Open (29.4.2018).








 Today Big Sports News: 29 April 2018.      Today in Sports History.



Hamilton Wins after Botta's tyre puncture and Red Bulls Crashed in Azerbaijan GP.




Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton claim his first Victory and takes the Leads in Driver's Championship in Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2018, while Kimi Raikkonen holds the 2nd position, Sergio Perez takes 3rd, Bottas is out from Azerbaijan GP at Baku.


Hamilton's team-mate Valtteri Bottas was on course to win after Mercedes exploited a late wellbeing auto to bounce long-term pioneer Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari, 
Vettel Chinese GP champion.






Rafael Nadal beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to win 11th Barcelona Open title.



World number one Rafael Nadal produced an imperious display to win his 11th Barcelona Open title with a 6-2 6-1 win over Greek teenager Stefanos Tsitsipas.



Nadal, who won his 400th Clay-court match to achieve the last, asserted two breaks to take the principal set in 40 minutes against the 19-year-old. 

World number 63 Tsitsipas, playing the Spaniard out of the blue, surrendered in 77 minutes. 

Nadal has won 19 progressive matches, and 46 sequential sets, on earth. 


This was his 55th title on mud - and 77th generally speaking - in his renowned profession.





 Sweden's Alexander Bjork secured his first European Tour title with a one-shot victory in the China Open.





The 27-year-old started the day a shot behind joint pioneers Adrian Otaegui of Spain and England's Matt Wallace. 

In any case, Bjork shot seven birdies in a seven-under-standard 65 to end on 18 under. 


Otaegui completed second in Beijing, Wallace and comrade Jordan Smith tied for third with Spain's Jorge Campillo on 16 under, and Ireland's Paul Dunne was joint seventh.





Karolina Pliskova claimed her 10th WTA title with a straight-set victory over Coco Vandeweghe at the Stuttgart Open.




The Czech fifth seed enlisted a 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 prevail upon American Vandeweghe, who is positioned sixteenth on the planet. 

Special case Vandeweghe got a medicinal timeout in the wake of falling and harming her hand toward the beginning of the second set. 

She coordinated her adversary's effective groundstrokes yet Pliskova struck 11 pros as she went ahead to guarantee her first title of the year. 


Vandeweghe, who beat three best 10 players while in transit to her first earth court last, was left in tears after the match.






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