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Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork. http://www.belgievoetbalshirt.be/adidas-voetbalshirt-rood-belgie-2016-europees-kind-simon-mignolet-thuisshirt-authentic-1-uefa-voetbal-kampioenschap.html .com) - Vic Braden, a former tennis player who became one of the nations top tennis instructors, died from complications of congestive heart failure at the age of 85. He died Monday at his home in Trabuco Canyon in Orange County, according to his wife of 43 years, Melody Braden. Braden, who played in the late 1940s and early 50s, began playing tennis in grade school in his hometown of Monroe, Michigan and captured the Class A state singles title in high school in 1946 and 47. The 5-foot-6 Braden was a 1951 graduate of Kalamazoo College in Michigan, where he was captain of the tennis team and later inducted into the schools athletic hall of fame. He was one of the top players on teams that won the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships in each of his four years. Braden turned pro after college at a time when there were only a few professional tennis tournaments. He eventually joined the legendary Jack Kramer on Kramers fledgling pro tour. Among those Braden played with were Jimmy Evert, the father of Hall-of-Famer Chris Evert, and George Richey, the father of future pros Cliff and Nancy Richey. Rest in Peace, Vic Braden., Chris Evert wrote on her Twitter account. Innovative, cutting edge kind of guy. Will miss his enthusiasm and knowledge of the game. Hell be greatly missed. Braden and Kramer later co-founded the Jack Kramer Club in Rolling Hills Estates, California, where future Hall-of-Famer Tracy Austin learned the game as a child. So sad to hear of the passing of tennis coach Vic Braden, a pioneer, innovator, & true legend in our sport! Austin tweeted. Braden was known for his innovative teaching style, and his application of technology to the basics of tennis instruction. He authored several books and articles on tennis instruction and was a licensed psychologist in California. Tennis has lost a treasure, Billie Jean King wrote on Twitter. he was always on the cutting edge of science in tennis & is an all-time great in our industry. Braden is also survived by children Kory Braden-Hittelman, Kristen Paul, Troy Davis and Shawn Davis, and four grandchildren. His daughter, Kelly, died 12 years ago from complications of lupus. Bradens body has been donated to the University of California, Irvine, for research purposes. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Voetbalshirt Eden Hazard . 1 offence. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is a key cog in the NFLs No. http://www.belgievoetbalshirt.be/jordan-lukaku-belgie-voetbalshirt.html . Rocque and her Edmonton rink stole two points in the eighth end and hit out for the win after South Korea scored a single in the ninth. "Honestly, this is unexplainable," Rocque said.LONDON -- Per Mertesackers header gave Germany a 1-0 victory over England on Tuesday, sending its fierce rival to back-to-back home losses for the first time in 36 years. Captaining Germany in London, Mertesacker powered in the only goal of the Wembley Stadium friendly after meeting a cross from Toni Kroos in the 36th minute. "The fact that weve won here at Wembley this time-honoured place is a joy for us," Germany coach Joachim Loew said through a translator. While Germany deployed a second-string squad -- and took control after taking the lead -- England started with a strong lineup that couldnt get a shot on target or prevent boos ringing out around the venue at the final whistle for the second time in four days here. England, which was beaten 2-0 by Chile on Friday, has now lost consecutive matches at Wembley for the first time since defeats to Wales and Scotland in 1977. The closest Roy Hodgsons team came to an equalizer was when Andros Townsend struck the post from a long-range strike on a night when Germany goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller had little to do. Germany fans celebrated the win by singing -- in English -- "Footballs coming home" -- taken from the England anthem "Three Lions." It was a miserable way for the English Football Association to round out its 150th anniversary celebrations in front of a 85,934-strong crowd, with Germany exposing the hosts technical deficiencies. "It was a harsh defeat but we needed better quality," Hodgson said. "The effort, the work rate and desire, I cant fault at all. But in the time we had the ball in the German half, we werent as efficient as the Germans were when they had the ball in our half. "The quality of our passing and shooting was not as good as the Germans." England, which beat Germany here in the 1966 World Cup final, was only spared a heavier defeat against a fellow Brazil 2014 qualifier by Joe Harts saves. The Manchester City goalkeeper, who was rested in the Chile friendly, provided a remindder of his abilities three weeks after being dropped by his club following a series of blunders.http://www.belgievoetbalshirt.be/dries-mertens-belgie-voetbalshirt.html. A minute before Mertesacker scored his fourth international goal, Hart pulled off a one-handed save to thwart another header from the defender. "We knew set-pieces would be a danger, they had some big players and we were a small team tonight," Hodgson said. Hart wasnt at fault for the goal, with England too porous as Mertesacker evaded Wayne Rooney and Chris Smalling to head home. "Per definitely organized our defence -- he has turned out to be a pillar of strength -- literally speaking in terms of his height," Loew said, praising Mertesackers agility and ball distribution. He helped to ensure England was largely restricted to striking from distance, with captain Steven Gerrard sending the ball onto the roof of the net just before half time. Four minutes into the second half, a fine save from Hart kept out Marco Reus fierce strike after Mario Gotze skipped through the home defence with ease. Mertesacker was left in space again to try again with his head, but nodded over from a corner, while a low save from Hart pushed away Gotzes effort. "I was annoyed at times because we really squandered our chances -- many of them -- when we should have extended our lead much earlier," Loew said. "Especially when England were open in defence, we should have scored that second goal." There were eight changes from the Germany lineup which drew with Italy on Friday as Loew took the friendly as the last chance to experiment, with big names including Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mesut Ozil and captain Philipp Lahm absent. But the international year ahead of the World Cup ended for Germany just as it had begun against France -- with an away win. "I can approach 2014 with a sense of quiet confidence," Loew said. "Many of the players who I wanted to test here today can be proud to have withstood the pressure of playing against such a great crowd." Cheap JerseysWholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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