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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD
The Muslim Marriage and
Divorce Act Chap 45:02
KAHLEEL ALI Petitioner
Take Notice that an applica-
tion for divorce has been
made in the above matter.
The Divorce Council has
ordered that the service of
the Petition be by this adver-
tisement. If you intend to be
heard in the matter please
contact The Secretary of the
Divorce Council, Mr, Abdool
Kadir of #162 Cipero Street,
San Fernando within twenty
one (21) days of the adver-
tisement, failing which the
Council may proceed to
hear the Petition in your
absence. Abdool Kadir
Divorce Council of the
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BEIJING---Rafael Nadal moved into
the quarterfinals of the China Open
with a 7-6 (3), 6-4 victory over Cana-
da s Vasek Pospisil yesterday.
The third-seeded Spaniard picked up
his game considerably following his first-
round victory over the 230th-ranked
Chinese wild card Wu Di, during which
he was broken four times.
Against Pospisil, Nadal only faced one
break point --- and he saved it.
Also Wednesday, second-seeded
Tomas Berdych lost 6-4, 6-4 to Pablo
Cuevas in the first round, just two days
after winning his first title of the year
in the rain-delayed Shenzhen final.
The second-seeded Berdych, the 2011
China Open champion, will now have
to wait at least another week to secure
a spot in the eight-player field for the
ATP Finals in London.
He s currently in fifth place in the
standings and has a lead of more than
300 points over his nearest competitor,
Berdych said the short turn-around
after Monday s final in Shenzhen made
it difficult to adjust to the conditions in
In the women s draw, Agnieszka Rad-
wanska of Poland, the fourth seed,
advanced to the quarterfinals when
Madison Keys retired from their third-
round match with a thigh injury. The
American lost the first set 6-3 before
calling it quits.
Seven women have retired or with-
drawn from matches this week, including
top seed Simona Halep and Eugenie
Bouchard. Defending champion Maria
Sharapova and Serena Williams also
decided to skip the tournament, citing
Germany s Angelique Kerber moved
a step closer to qualifying for the WTA
Finals with a dominant 6-2, 6-3 win
over Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark.
Kerber, who has won four titles this sea-
son, can qualify if she reaches the China
Open final. Wozniacki s loss means she
is out of contention for the eight-woman
field in Singapore.
Timea Bacsinszky of Switzerland over-
came five double faults to upset sev-
enth-seeded Carla Suarez Navarro 6-
4, 4-6, 7-5 to reach the quarterfinals in
a nearly 2 1/2 hour match, and Sara
Errani of Italy advanced with a 3-6, 6-
3, 6-2 win over Germany s Andrea
Nadal reaches China
TOKYO---Local favourite Kei Nishiko-
ri advanced to the quarterfinals of the
Japan Open with a 7-6 (3), 6-3 victory
over Sam Querrey yesterday.
Second-seeded Nishikori set up
match point with a blistering backhand
down the line and won with a forehand
smash, securing his third straight win
in seven matches against the unseeded
French Open champion and top seed
Stan Wawrinka avenged last year s
opening round defeat to Tatsuma Ito,
by beating the 116th-ranked Japanese
6-3, 2-6, 6-4 to book his place in the
The 25-year-old Nishikori, who is
bidding for his third Japan Open title,
has now reached the quarterfinals or
better at 13 of his past 16 tournaments.
Nishikori won five of the first six
points in the tie-break. The sixth-
ranked Nishikori broke Querrey to go
up 2-1 in the second set and never let
his opponent back in the match.
He will next face either sixth-seeded
Marin Cilic or Steve Johnson.
Cilic outlasted Donald Young 7-5,
5-7, 6-4 in a first round match.
Third-seeded Gilles Simon of France
also advanced to the quarterfinals with
a 6-4, 6-2 win over Jiri Vesely of the
Czech Republic. Simon will face Lux-
embourg s Gilles Muller, a 7-6 (3), 7-
6 (5) winner over Jeremy Chardy of
Nishikori tops Querrey in Japan
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