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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, August 19, 2015
P Wednesday 2nd September, 2015
Sugar Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Usine St Madeline
Upon instructions of the CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD, I will offer for sale by Public
Auction on the date and at the venue mentioned above, the under-mentioned
vehicles belonging to the TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO POLICE SERVICE.
Five Kia Sorento
PCJ 9130/PCJ 9141/PCJ 6596/
PCJ 9131/PCJ 6568
One Suzuki Grand Vitara
Two Toyota Corolla
PCN 5276/PCN 5272
Eight Hyundai Tucson
PBZ 1857/PBZ 3666/PBZ 3676/PBZ 3680
PBZ 3675/PBZ 3783/PBZ 3683/PBZ 1888
Four Yamaha 1300 Motor Cycles PCC 252/PCD 201/PCL 9986/PCM 124
Thirteen Hyundai Santa Fe PCM 9816/PCL 9906/PCL 9946/PCL 9930
PCM 9824/PCM 9825/PCM 9814/PCL 9928
PCL 9931/PCL 9905/PCM 9812/PCM 9815
One Ford Ranger
One Nissan Sunny
One Astra Vauxhall
One Kia Cerato
One Nissan Almera
1. Strictly Cash or Certified Cheque on the fall of the hammer.
2. Vehicles will be sold "as is where is"
3. Vehicles can be viewed on 27th & 28th August, 2015 between 9.00 a.m to 2.00 p.m and
also on the morning of the Auction Sale.
4. Vehicles must be removed immediately after Sale upon full payment.
5. Vehicles will be sold subject to Transfer Fees.
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76 EASTERN MAIN ROAD, LAVENTILLE
MASON---One major title
stands between Serena Williams
and a Grand Slam, and she s
enjoying this "awesome" and
"There s still a lot I want to
win, but I just want to keep grow-
ing," she said yesterday. "I just
enjoy going out there every time
I m out there. I have a different
outlook. I m intense when I m
out there, but I also realise that
life is super short and tomorrow
isn t promised."
Williams is seeded first and the
defending champion at the West-
ern & Southern Open, a warmup
for the US Open. She is coming
off a loss to Swiss teenager Belinda
Bencic in the semifinals of the
Rogers Cup in Toronto.
The top-ranked player in
women s tennis already has the
"Serena Slam"---reigning cham-
pion of every Grand Slam tour-
The run started at last year s
US Open. The last calendar Grand
Slam was by Steffi Graf in 1988.
"I think the Serena Slam is
really unbelievable," she said. "I
didn t think I would ever do it
again. I mean, I thought I would,
but when it didn t happen after
a while. It s captivating. It s awe-
some. It s crazy."
At 33 years old and with so
many championships to her
name, Williams can almost take
it or leave it.
At the same time, she realises
time is running out on her career
though her results suggest oth-
erwise---she is 47-2 this year and
has won four championships. She
agrees with the suggestion that
her career is like a marathon and
she s in her sprint the finish.
"I think that s a good analogy,"
she said. "I m not a spring chick-
en. I don t think I have that much
longer to play, but hopefully, it
will be a while."
Her new outlook has her ready
for the pressure of the calendar
Grand Slam in New York. (AP)
MASON---John Isner s summer surge
ended with an opening-round loss to
friend and doubles partner Sam Quer-
rey, leaving the top-ranked American
with some things to work out before
the US Open.
Querrey proved steady throughout
a 6-3, 7-6 (3) victory over the 11th-
seeded Isner yesterday in the first round
of the Western & Southern Open, the
first upset on the men s side.
Isner had won 11 of 13 matches on
hard courts this summer, winning the
title in Atlanta, reaching the finals in
Washington and advancing to the quar-
terfinals in Montreal. He ll rest heading
into the Open.
Isner was worn down from the
stretch of matches in those three tour-
"I have definitely felt better," Isner
said. "That s the thing: You put some
good weeks together, it can put you in
a bit of a deficit the following week.
But regardless, it s disappointing to
Querrey improved to 4-1 against
Isner. He also beat him in straight sets
in the quarterfinals at Memphis this
"I know he was a little wobbled there
in the first set, but besides that I felt
I did everything well," Querrey said.
"Didn t make many mistakes. I was
happy with how I played."
The Americans have teamed up in
doubles for at least two tournaments
each year since 2008. They had never
played each other in the first round of
a Masters event.
"It s not that fun, but you know it
happens all the time," Querrey said.
"It s just part of the game. After in the
locker room we talked like nothing hap-
pened, so everything is all fine."
Twelfth-seeded Richard Gasquet beat
Australia s Nick Kyrgios 6-2, 6-1; 15th-
seeded Kevin Anderson needed three
sets to beat Argentina s Leonardo
Mayer; and 16th-seeded Grigor Dim-
itrov beat qualifier Vasek Pospisil in a
pair of tiebreakers.
On the women s side, Sloane
Stephens got started toward a second
championship, beating 10th-seeded
Carla Suarez Navarro 6-1, 6-2. She
won her first pro title at the Citi Open
on August 9 in Washington.
Stephens served nine aces to Suarez
Navarro s two.
Russia s Daria Gavrilova beat 16th-
seeded Sara Errani of Italy in three sets.
Querrey ends Isner's summer surge
Serene Serena not feeling Slam pressure
Serena Williams, of the United States, serves
to Belinda Bencic, of Switzerland, during the
Rogers Cup semifinal tennis tournament,
Saturday in Toronto.
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