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SWEDEN'S BJORN Borg dives to return a shot to his opponent Roscoe Tanner in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open
Tennis Tournament yesterday. Borg went on to win the match, defeating Tanner 7-6, 6-3, 6-7, 7-6 to advance to the
LLOYD VS. NAVRATILOVA TODAY
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NEW YORK (AP)- Sweden's Bjorn Borg won his
seemingly annual quarterfinal duel with Roscoe Tanner 7-6,
6-3, 6-7, 7-6 yesterday and moved into the semifinals of the
U.S. Open tennis championships.
Borg, who has yet to win America's premier tennis event in
10 years of trying, finally captured his quarterfinal battle af-
ter Tanner had bought off three match points. He now will
meet the winner of yesterday night's battle between fourth-
seeded Jimmy Connors and No. 8 Eliot'Teltscher.
TOP-SEEDED John McEnroe's semifinal foe will be either
No. 15 Vitas Gerulaitis or unseeded Bruce Manson.
The women's semifinals, scheduled for today, will pit no. 1
Chris Evert Lloyd against no. 4 Martina Navratilova, and no.
3 Tracy Austin against no. 11 Barbara Potter. \
"This was my best match so far in the tournament," said
Borg, who is seeded second here. "I was serving much better
.. and I felt confidence in my passing shots."
TANNER HAD difficulty holding his serve in the opening,
set, while the ninth-seeded right-hander never won more than
one point in any game against Borg's serve. With the excep-
tion of the match-opening game, Borg took Tanner to deuce
every time the left-hander served.
But Tanner held, and they went to a tiebreaker, the first of
three they were to play in their two-hour, 49-minute battle.
Borg quickly won the first four points before winning 7-4 and
taking the opening set.
Borg broke Tanner in the second game of the next set, then
rode his serve to grab a 2-0 victory. It appeared that Borg
would easily capture his third tu.S. Open quarterfinal
meeting with Tanner. They had split the first two, Tanner
winning in 1979 and Borg last year.
BUT TANNER shook off what he felt was a bad call and
forced the third set into a tiebreaker, which he won 7-4, win-
ning four points on Borg's serve.
In the second game of the third set, Borg fired an ace, one
of five he had in the match. Tanner thought it was out and the
call obviously upset him. He was still complaining about the
call in the next game, but managed to regain his concen-
tration and hold serve.
Then, with Tanner serving in the 11th game of the fourth
set while down 4-5, Borg took a 15-40 lead, Tanner's only point
coming on an ace. Tanner staved off the first match point
with a smash. Then he pulled to deuce with a forehand volley
to the corner off Borg's return on service.
Two points later, umpire Herb Lewis of Miami announced
"Game, Tanner," but Immediately changed when he was in-
formed that Tanner's serve had been ruled out. On his next
serve, Tanner finally did win the game, knotting the score at
Lewis lost count of the score in the next game. Borg won
the first point when Tanner's volley sailed wide. When Borg
also won the next point, Lewis announced the score was 15-
Those individuals, wishing to enter
teams in intramural leagues may sign
up beginning today. The sign-up times
for softball teams are today, Monday
and Tuesday 'from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. at the Old Intramural Sports
Building (606 Hoover) for all divisions.
The fee is $20.00 and student ID num-
bers are required from 10 team mem-
bers in order to register.
A meeting for softball managers will
be held on Tuesday, September 15 At
7:00. p.m. for all campus co-rec,
graduate, faculty, staff and women's
divisions., At 8:00 p.m., a meeting will
take place of managers or residential
hall, fraternity and independent league
teams. Both meetings will be heldat the
wrestling room of the old IM Building.
The deadline for soccer sign-ups
September 15 at 4:30 p.m. The entry fee ,
is $20, and the ID numbers of 11 par
ticipants are needed.
The deadline to register is September
16 at 4:30 p.m. Four ID numbers are
required, along with a $3.00 entry fee.
Toronto 2. Seattle 0
Cleveland 4. Baltimore I
Men's Singles (Quarterfinals)
Bjorn Borg d. Roscoe Tanner, 7-6, 6-3, 6-7. 7-6
Jimmy Connors d. Eliot Teltscher. 6-3, 6-1, 6-2
NASL Playoffs (Quarterfinals)
Chicago 4, Montreal 2
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