World Sports in brief
Kim defends US Open title
Kim Clijsters defended her US Open title on Saturday by crushing the
challenge of a shell-shocked Vera Zvonareva 6-2, 6-1.
It was a blowout of a final with Clijsters clamping a stranglehold on
the game from the start and never allowing the less-experienced Russian
a chance to claw her way back into it.
Karmis stays ahead at Handa
South Africa's Peter Karmis maintained his lead at the Handa
Singapore Classic with compatriot Jbe Kruger and Chinese Taipei's Chan
Yih-shin close behind after the third round on Saturday. Karmis fired
three birdies against one bogey, his first of the tournament, for a
two-under-par 70 to remain in contention.
Moore seizes BMW C'ship lead
Ryan Moore fired a five-under par 66 Saturday to seize a one-stroke
lead after three rounds of the 7.5 million-dollar BMW Championship.
Moore had just one blemish on his card, a bogey at the par-four 13th,
which he offset with six birdies on the soggy Cog Hill course.
Waqar ready to play Riaz
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has no qualms about fielding Wahab Riaz
in the remaining one-day internationals against England despite the
seamer being caught up in the spot-fixing row engulfing the team. "He's
in the (squad of) 15. All 15 are available," fast bowling great Waqar