Sports World: Quek's third-round 70 puts him 10 back

Quek's third-round 70 puts him 10 back

KOH SAMUI • Singapore golfer Quincy Quek is tied for 26th spot after his third-round one-under 70 gave him a three-under 210 total in the Queen's Cup.

Prom Meesawat shot a second straight 65 to lead on 200, two strokes ahead of fellow Thai Jazz Janewattananond (66) and Australian Scott Hend (64).

Albirex lead Stags by 7pts once more

Albirex Niigata thumped Home United 5-1 at the Jurong East Stadium last night in an S-League football game, with doubles by Tatsuro Inui and Kento Nagasaki extending their lead over Tampines Rovers (31) back to seven points.

Hougang United beat Geylang International 2-1 at Bedok Stadium, joining third-placed Home on 22 points but with a poorer goal difference.

No ninth title at Halle as Federer stunned

HALLE WESTFALEN (Germany) • Teenager Alexander Zverev caused a major shock, as he beat eight-time winner and top seed Roger Federer 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-3 in the Halle grass-court tennis tournament's semi-finals yesterday.


Murray bidding to be a five-time King

LONDON • Andy Murray moved a step closer to a record fifth Queen's Club title, as the defending champion battled into the final with a 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 victory over Marin Cilic yesterday.


A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 19, 2016, with the headline 'Sports World'. Print Edition | Subscribe