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TORONTO -- The Rogers Cup begins with qualifying Saturday and the first round begins Monday at Uniprix Stadium in Montreal. Here are five players to watch: Serena Williams - A winner of this tournament in two of the past three years, Williams is coming off a disappointing Wimbledon loss to Alize Cornet in the round of 32. Williams has had a difficult time of late, but last years U.S. Open champion is always a threat to win, especially on hard courts. Petra Kvitova - The fourth-ranked player in the world beat Eugenie Bouchard quite handily in the Wimbledon final. Kvitova is set to be the third seed at the Rogers Cup as she hunts for her first hard-court title in 2014. Maria Sharapova - The French Open champion is trying to win her first U.S. Open since 2006. Montreal is the next step on that path, as Sharapova will be the fifth seed in a tournament she has never won. Eugenie Bouchard - Playing some of the best tennis of her life, the 20-year-old returns to her hometown with the chance to add to her already-impressive resume. Bouchard withdrew from the Citi Open in Washington, but more because she wanted to rest up for this tournament than because of injury. Caroline Wozniacki - After her breakup with golfer Rory McIlroy, Wozniacki lost her first match at the French Open but has since won a tournament, Julys Istanbul Cup. Wozniacki, the champion of this event in 2010, has come closer to winning the hard-court U.S. Open than any other Grand Slam. . For one, he still gets to crank the intensity to the max. "I push pretty angry. I ran pretty angry too though, but I have fun doing it," Lumsden said. . Green-Ellis was Cincinnatis leading rusher each of the last two seasons. His role was reduced last year when Giovani Bernard was added to the backfield. Green-Ellis ran for 756 yards and a career-low 3. . With his father watching from the stands, Harrison homered, doubled, single and drove in a career-high five runs to lead the Pirates to a 8-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. . Louis Cardinals won the World Series last season, but after losing first baseman Albert Pujols to free agency and manager Tony LaRussa to retirement, they opened the 2012 season in 12th spot in the TSN. . Anor had not scored since getting his first two goals of the season vs. Philadelphia on March 22 but struck with laser precision from distance in the 56th and 75th minutes. Montreal (3-10-5) lost its third straight and Impact coach Frank Klopas said it literally was a case of his players not stepping up.MIAMI -- Todd Frazier had a season-high four hits Sunday, including three on one good foot. Frazier hobbled after being spiked on his left foot on a play at first base in the third inning, but he stayed in the game to help the Cincinnati Reds break out of an offensive slump and beat the Miami Marlins 7-3. Afterward, Frazier was smiling even though he said his foot was throbbing. The Reds improved to 5-11 since the All-Star break and scored more than five runs for the first time during that stretch. "Everybody did a good job manufacturing runs," Frazier said. "We were hitting singles. We do have the power, but it goes to show you that we know how to get runs in doing little stuff." Cincinnati totalled 15 hits, all but one a single. Billy Hamilton scored three times and Devin Mesoraco hit a two-run single as the Reds built a 7-1 advantage -- the sort of cushion unfamiliar to them lately. "It was great to get the separation and build the lead," manager Bryan Price said. "Its nice to have some wiggle room. Its a lot more fun." Mike Leake (9-9) struggled with his control but allowed only one run in six innings to help the Reds take three of four games in Miami. They are 4 1/2 games behind NL Central leader Milwaukee. "Were still in this," Leake said. "Weve still got a chance. Its up to us if we want to bear down and make it good year, or we want to throw it in." The Marlins managed only eight runs and 24 hits in the series, and theyve lost to Cincinnati in eight of their past nine games. Jacob Turner (4-7), starting in place of injured right-hander Henderson Alvarez, allowed five runs in four innings. That hiked his ERA to 5.97. "I just couldnt locate the fastball," Turner said. "I left too many pitches over the middle. When youre doing that on 2-0 counts, its a tough way to pitch." Zack Cozarts two-out RBI single in the second put Cincinnati ahead. In the third inning, Hamilton and Jay Bruce each singled, stole second and scored. Bruce singled home Hamilton and sccored on a double by Ryan Ludwick.dddddddddddd. Two-out, run-scoring singles by Hamilton and Frazier in the fourth made it 5-0. The Reds went 7 for 18 with runners in scoring position. Garrett Jones hit his 12th homer for the Marlins, who totalled five hits. They went 1 for 9 with runners in scoring position. A MIXED AFTERNOON Giancarlo Stanton, the NL leader in home runs and RBIs, struck out four times for the second Sunday in a row. But he also robbed Kristopher Negron of an RBI extra-base hit when he made a long run for an over-the-shoulder catch near the right-field foul pole in the second inning. LEAKES DAY Leake improved to 3-0 with a 1.93 ERA in three career starts against Miami. He allowed only three hits but walked four. The right-hander escaped a bases-loaded, none-out jam in the third without allowing a run. Jordany Valdespin hit into a forceout, Stanton struck out and Casey McGehee grounded out. "Not my best stuff, but I was able to throw some pitches when I needed to," Leake said. TRAINERS ROOM First baseman Frazier found himself in an awkward position when he couldnt find the base with his left foot, and Valdespin stepped on it. "Im lucky -- he could have taken my ankle right out," Frazier said. "He had no room to get to the bag." Frazier came away limping, which earned him a visit from the trainer and Price. "With as many injuries as weve had over the course of the year, I said, boy, not one more," Price said. "We avoided disaster there." ON DECK The Reds open a four-game series at Cleveland on Monday when Alfredo Simon (12-6, 2.84 ERA) pitches against Corey Kluber (11-6, 2.61). Simon is 0-3 since his first All-Star selection. The Reds have lost their past nine games in Cleveland, and theyre 0-5 on the road against American League teams this year. The Marlins are off Monday and open a three-game series at Pittsburgh on Tuesday when Brad Hand (2-3, 4.15) pitches against Charlie Morton (5-10, 3.54). Miami has lost six consecutive games in Pittsburgh. ' ' '


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