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Russian women reach French Open final
PARIS, June 3 (UPI) -- Anastasia Myskina routed American Jennifer Capriati Thursday, setting up an all-Russian final in the French Open.
The sixth-seeded Myskina beat the No. 7 seed 6-2, 6-2 and will play for the championship Saturday against countrywoman Elena Dementieva, who earlier eliminated Paola Suarez of Argentina.
The tournament will have its first Russian women's singles winner in its 107-year history.
"I am really surprised to still be here," Myskina said. "But I'm really delighted by this Russian final. I played very, very well. I don't think she (Capriati) played her best. But I fought on all the points and I won."
The 22-year-old Myskina and Capriati, 28, entered their match as the fifth- and sixth-ranked players in the world. Myskina quickly jumped ahead 3-0 and and the match was over in 61 minutes.
"I just had a bad day," Capriati said.
The 5-foot-11, ninth-seeded Dementieva, 22, beat the veteran Suarez, the 14th seed, 6-0, 7-5.
The two players had lengthy baseline duels with the Russian capitalizing on her strong cross-court forehand and Suarez committing 39 unforced errors.
Panthers sign Fox through 2008
CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 3 (UPI) -- Carolina Panthers Coach John Fox has been given a three-year contract extension through 2008, the team announced Thursday.
Fox led the Panthers to the Super Bowl in his second year as coach.
Terms of the new contract were not disclosed but ESPN reported that Fox is expected to earn about $3 million a year.
"We are very pleased with the direction of our football operation and the great progress made with John over the last two years," Panthers President Mark Richardson said. "We believe we have the people and structure in place to be competitive in
the future, and Coach Fox is a vital part of that formula."
Fox became the Carolina coach in 2002. The Panthers, who had won just one game the previous year, were 7-9 in his first season. Then they went all way to the Super Bowl last season, losing to the New England Patriots.
Fox, who has an overall record of 21-15, was defensive coordinator of the New York Giants for five seasons before joining the Panthers.
Thais drop plans to buy into team
BANGKOK, June 3 (UPI) -- Thailand's prime minister has scrapped plans to hold a national lottery to help buy a 30 percent stake in the Britain's Liverpool soccer team.
"Taking money from the poor is not our aim," Thaksin Shiknawatra told the Financial Times Thursday. "We have to scrap the lottery project. There are over 100 ways to find the funds."
The premier's about-face came amid a growing public outcry against the controversial scheme, which has been described as both unconstitutional and against fundamental Buddhist precepts that ban gambling.
In the wake of intensifying criticism from academics, legal experts and social activists, Thaksin appeared to have been finally swayed by a rare critique this week from Chamlong Srimuang, his old mentor, who warned of a corrupting influence.
A's Eric Chavez sidelined six weeks
OAKLAND, Calif., June 3 (UPI) -- A broken right hand will keep Oakland Athletics third baseman Eric Chavez out of the lineup about six weeks, team officials said.
Chavez was hit on the hand by a pitch from Damasso Marte in a 6-4 Oakland win over the Chicago White Sox Tuesday. X-rays showed a non-displaced fracture in the fifth metacarpal bone, down a few inches from his pinky, and he was placed on the disabled list Wednesday.
"There's worse things, guys, but I can't think of too many from a baseball perspective," Chavez told reporters.
Chavez leads the A's with 13 home runs and 35 RBI. The three-time Golden Glove winner signed a a six-year, $66 million contract extension this spring.