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Chelsea’s player Juan Mata is still playing with the Spanish national team the Confederations Cup in Brazil. The international will face later today the clash against Italy in which seems to be a tough one as the Italians want revenge after losing the Eurocup 2012.
The midfielder wants to repite the experience of scoring to Italy in this semifinal as he did in the last final. Sigue leyendo
Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal has just been amazingly knocked out in the first round at Wimbledon by almost unknown Belgian Steve Darcis. Sigue leyendo
The Spaniard tennis player Rafa Nadal has already arrived to London where he has confirmed his attendance to one of his favourite tournaments in grass, Wimbledon, which is starting next Monday the 24th of June.
After having won his 8th Roland Garros some weeks ago, doctors recommended him take a break taking into account the exceptional effort he made in Paris. Nadal was coming back from an eight-month injury in his knees, so he needed to rest and get in good shape again for Wimbledon.
Yesterday the grand Spanish tennis player said at the airport he came to London “with the greatest enthusiasm in the world”, willing to go back home with the British tournament.
According to his words Nadal sees himself with chances to reach the final at the Central Court, which will mean the third Grand Slam of the season for him. To do that he’s admited he’ll have to adapt the aggressiveness he used in Paris to go through the apparently tought draw for him. Sigue leyendo
Greenwich Market may be smaller than Portobello, Borough or Camden Lock markets, but it has nothing to envy its larger cousins. As a jewellery stallholder, Ali Paton, puts it, the market “has always been really unique… Its main strength lies in it being renowned as the destination for talented craftsmen”.
A talented craft-woman herself, Ali has been running a jewellery stall for 27 years. Her friend Les Grayson, a clockmaker, has held his pitch for that long also. Both admit that the last few years have been tough on business. “Sales have declined gradually,” Les adds, “although many people still visit the market – but simply to look round.” Despite these hardships, however, the pair remain loyal to their market because of its special reputation and agreeable atmosphere. It made them a more than healthy living before the recession hit, and they see no reason why this can’t occur again in the future. Ali maintains that “Greenwich Market is a great place for people to test out their work and see if it succeeds”. Sigue leyendo