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Frampton added Scott
Quigg s WBA super-
bantamweight belt to his
IBF one by winning their
unification fight by split
decision on Saturday.
Northern Ireland, was
only a slight favorite
against local fighter
Quigg, and the fight
between the unbeaten
pair also played out close-
ly over 12 mainly cagey
rounds before a sellout
crowd of 20,000.
A good final round by
Frampton, who frustrated
Quigg and came off the
ropes with uppercuts,
may have decided it for
the judges, two of whom
scored it 116-112 for
Frampton. The third gave
it to Quigg by 115-113.
Frampton improved his
record to 22-0, having owned the IBF belt for a
Quigg's record dropped
to 31-1-2, having lost the WBA version he's owned
for three years.
SAO PAULO---Third-seeded Pablo
Cuevas of Uruguay successfully
defended his Brazil Open title yes-
terday with a 7-6 (4), 6-3 victory
over Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain.
The 27th-ranked Cuevas needed
less than 90 minutes to beat No. 67
Carreno Busta, who was playing in
his first ATP final.
Last Sunday Cuevas won the Rio
Open after beating Rafael Nadal in
"This crowd makes me feel at home
in Brazil," Cuevas said. Four trained
shelter dogs who retrieved balls that
went out of bounds in an exhibition
match on Thursday were also present
for the final.
PERTH---Louis Oosthuizen made his
first tournament appearance in Aus-
tralia a winning one, shooting a 1-under
71 for a one-stroke victory at the Perth
The former British Open champion,
who led by three strokes going into the
final round, finished with a 16-under
total of 272 in the tournament sanctioned
by the European and Australasian PGA
Alexander Levy of France was second
after a 66, followed by Australian golfer
Jason Scrivener, whose 69 left him in
third place, two strokes behind.
American Peter Uihlein (71) and
France's Gregory Bourdy (66) were tied
for fourth, three behind Oosthuizen.
"It's great to be back in the winning
circle," said Oosthuizen, who three-
putted the final hole for a bogey. I always
say it's great to be nervous with three
holes to go in a tournament because it
means you're up there somewhere---
you're a chance of winning it. That's
what we do all the hard work for---to try
to get into that position. This is a very
special win for me."
Cuevas keeps title in Brazil
Oosthuizen goes 'Down Under' in style
Frampton tops Quigg
on split decision
British boxer Carl Frampton, right, gives a right to his fellow countryman Scott
Quigg during their unified IBF & WBA super-bantamweight title bout at
Manchester Arena in Manchester Saturday. AP PHOTO
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