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Pegasus World Cup 2020 : Bob Baffert will try to win the Pegasus World Cup for the second time when he sends out the fast Mucho Gusto on Saturday for the 2020 edition of the race at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla. Baffert won the inaugural running of the Pegasus, in 2017, with Arrogate. Mucho Gusto (9-2) is expected to vie for favoritism in the race with Higher Power (6-1) after the top two choices in the 2020 Pegasus World Cup odds, Omaha Beach and Spun to Run, were scratched on Thursday.

Post time for the $3 million race on the Gulfstream Park dirt course is 5:34 p.m. ET. With such an accomplished field set to enter the starting gate for one of the richest races in North America, you’ll want to hear what handicapping champion Jonathon Kinchen has to say before making any 2020 Pegasus World Cup picks.

Kinchen is one of the most successful and recognizable horseplayers in the country today. An analyst for Fox Sports’ “Saturday at the Races,” Kinchen won the National Horseplayers Championship Tour in 2015, a demanding, yearlong series of handicapping events across the country. That same year, he became the only player in history to have both of his entries qualify for the final of the National Horseplayers Championship, considered one of the most prestigious handicapping events in the world.

In addition, Kinchen has scored huge on some of racing’s biggest days. At the 2015 Kentucky Derby, he cashed for $150,000 after nailing a Pick 6 and a $300 cold Pick 3 that paid $50,000. He also hit a Pick 4 for $84,000 on Belmont Stakes day in 2010, one of several five-figure days he has had at the track. And two weeks ago, while making his inaugural pick for SportsLine, Kinchen correctly gave out a win bet on Queen Bee to You in the La Canada Stakes.

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Now, Kinchen has handicapped the 2020 Pegasus World Cup field, made his picks and formulated his bets. Get them all here.

Kinchen is fading Mucho Gusto, who could be the favorite after the scratches of Omaha Beach and Spun to Run. The four-year-old son of Mucho Macho Man has four Grade 3 wins and has finished in the trifecta in nine of 10 career starts. However, Mucho Gusto is winless in his last three races and coming off his worst career finish, a fourth in the Oklahoma Derby in September. No other horse in the field will be coming off a longer layoff.

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Instead, Kinchen is high on two double-digit longshots who have the potential to spice up the payouts. He’s including these horses in his exactas, and so should you. As a bonus, Kinchen also has a wager on the Pegasus World Cup double. He’s sharing these picks only at SportsLine.

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Australian Open Tennis 2020 : It wasn’t the prettiest display, and his opponent across the net made him work until the bitter end. But Roger Federer avoided losing on a Friday full of dramatic upsets—and falling to relative journeyman John Millman for the second time at a Slam—after coming through against the Aussie, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (10-8), well after midnight for his 100th career win at the Australian Open.

The 38-year-old is the first player, man or woman, to reach the centennial mark at two different majors in the Open era after achieving the feat at Wimbledon last year.

“I was getting ready to explain myself in the press conference. The demons, they’re there, they’re lurking,” Federer said in his on-court interview with Jim Courier. “I never really felt comfortable. I felt John did a good job keeping me on my back foot … Until the last shot, then i went for it.”

At the 2018 US Open, Millman stunned Federer in the round of 16, achieving his best major result. In Melbourne, he looked to replicate his success by refusing to allow Federer to dictate on his terms. As the match went on, the 20-time major champion worked to get into net more, a strategy built on avoiding lengthy exchanges with the gritty Australian.

Millman kept grinding away to force a fifth set in the rocking Rod Laver Arena, and held an early break advantage, before Federer dug in to mount his escape. He saved two break points to hold for 4-3, and after reaching a decisive, 10-point tiebreaker, rallied from 8-4 down to deliver his best tennis under pressure in the encounter to complete the comeback in four hours and three minutes.

The win marked Federer’s first in five sets since he triumphed over Marin Cilic in the 2018 final at Melbourne Park. He previously lost his most recent three deciders: to Kevin Anderson in the 2018 Wimbledon quarterfinals; to Novak Djokovic a year later at the All England Club in a final where he held two championship points; and to Grigor Dimitrov in the last eight of the 2019 US Open.

“I think I had my first interview when I was eight or nine years old, it’s pretty crazy,” Wozniacki said at the Australian Open. “My whole life I’ve been scrutinised, my career’s been scrutinised. So it’s nice to do what I want to do, not have to think twice about anything. Obviously I want to make right decisions but just be able to live life.

“That’s the great thing about being an athlete, once you stop, there are always new people coming up and taking your spot, you can live a normal life, you can live a family life and have the best of both worlds, having your time in the spotlight but also just doing normal stuff.”

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The Australian Open Tennis 2020 : The first of the four Grand Slams of the 2020 tennis season is taking place in Melbourne, Australia. The Australian Open is underway at Melbourne Park with the first round beginning on Jan. 19 and the tournament ending on Feb. 2 with the Men’s Singles Final bringing things to a close. This will be the 108th edition of the competition.

Reigning champion Novak Djokovic is still alive and can repeat at champ. He currently leads the men’s side with the best odds to win the whole thing. In a sign that perhaps there’s some shift in the tide in that division, the Big 3 — Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal — don’t have the top three odds. Wedged between Nadal, who’s in second, and Federer, who’s in fourth, is 23-year-old Daniil Medvedev, who rocketed into the public eye during the 2019 US Open. Of course, Medvedev ultimately fell to Nadal in the epic five-set final, which extended the Big 3’s Grand Slam title streak to 12.

Naomi Osaka, on the other hand, was knocked out by 15-year-old American phenom Coco Gauff in the third round. She is not the only star who exited the tournament early. Serena Williams fell to Qiang Wang in the third round, extending her Grand Slam drought that dates back to 2017 at this very tournament. Williams had the best odds in her division, despite being the No. 8 seed in the tournament. Behind Williams on the odds are world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, reigning champ Osaka — who is out — and Simona Halep.

The first round saw 15-year-old Gauff defeat Venus Williams. Gauff also beat Sorana Cirstea in three sets in the second round of the tournament. She came back from an 0-3 deficit in the third set to win the match. Gauff became the first American women in 30 years to reach the third round in her first three Majors. Now, Gauff, after stunning Osaka, is set to take on fellow American Sofia Kenin.

Also notable on the women’s side is that Caroline Wozniacki’s career has come to an end. Before the tournament, the former world No.1 announced that this would be her last as a professional tennis player. She fell in the third round to Ons Jabeur to cap off a career that included an Australian Open win and two US Open final appearances.

Looming over this year’s tournament are the raging wildfires in Australia. Air quality in Melbourne has dropped to among the worst in the world, and, naturally, there are concerns about athlete safety during this tournament. Already players have had to drop out of qualifying matches as a result, with one comparing it to smoking a cigarette. But tournament director Craig Tiley argued that the medical team determined the air quality was safe enough to compete in, so it appears that things will proceed as planned.

NHL All-Star Game 2020 | LiVE, How to Watch NHL Game Free HD Stream

NHL All-Star Game 2020  : The NHL All-Star Game is Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, following Friday’s NHL All-Star Skills Competition. The NHL just announced which players will compete in the Skills Competition.

Here’s what you need to know about the tournament below, including the date, rosters of players, what jerseys they’ll wear, the live stream, how to watch, some skills competition information, and more.

When is the NHL All-Star Game and how can I watch?

The 2020 NHL All-Star Game takes place on Saturday, January 25 at 8 p.m. ET at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO. The 2020 NHL All-Star Game will be televised on NBC on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. ET. You can watch the tournament online and on the NBC Sports app.

Format, rules for NHL All-Star Game

Four teams (one representing each of the Atlantic, Central, Metropolitan, and Pacific Divisions) square off in a two-round tournament. The three 20-minute games will be played 3-on-3.

In round one, the two Eastern Conference teams (Atlantic vs. Metropolitan) face off, while the two West teams (Central and Pacific) meet in the other bracket. The winners face off in round three.

Teams change ends at the 10-minute mark of each game. Shootouts decide any games that are tied after 20 minutes.

NHL All-Star Game jerseys

The NHL publicized those a few weeks ago. The goal was “to pay homage to the original sweaters of the St. Louis Blues and to transform the city’s acclaimed rhythm and blues history into a tangible form, the 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Game jersey’s striping mimics a musical staff along the front and sleeves of the jersey. As another nod to the host city, the stitching elements are conducted in an eye-catching silver thread, inspired by the iconic Gateway Arch.”

The 2020 NHL All-Star Weekend gets underway with the Skill Competition on Friday night in St. Louis.

Victor Hedman and Andrei Vasilevskiy will represent the Lightning on the Atlantic Division roster, marking the third All-Star selection for each player.

Both Hedman and Vasilevskiy will particpate in one event at Friday’s Skills Competition. Hedman will compete in the Enterprise NHL Hardest Shot and Vasilevskiy will participate in the Bud Light NHL Save Streak.

The National Hockey League today announced the participants in the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka that will showcase hockey’s top talent on Friday at 8 p.m. ET at Enterprise Center, home of the 2019 Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues.

Highlighting the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka are two new events: the Gatorade NHL Shooting Stars, and the Elite Women’s 3-on-3 presented by adidas. Four events return for this year’s edition of the NHL All-Star Skills: the Bridgestone NHL Fastest Skater, the Bud Light NHL Save Streak, Honda NHL Accuracy Shooting, and the Enterprise NHL Hardest Shot.

The 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka will be televised on NBCSN in the United States and on Sportsnet, CBC and TVA Sports in Canada. The winner of each of the five individual events of the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills™ presented by New Amsterdam Vodka will earn $30,000.

Details, rules and participants for all six events of the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka are listed below.

Farmers Insurance Open 2020 | LiVe, Round 2 tee times, how to watch Online Streaming

Farmers Insurance Open 2020 : The PGA Tour’s West Coast swing has moved from the Coachella Desert to the San Diego coast for the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open.The North Course and South Course at famed Torrey Pines play host to a loaded field of 156 players with Tiger Woods making his 2020 debut alongside Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed, Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth.

Woods, an eight-time winner at Torrey Pines (seven Farmers wins, 2008 U.S. Open), highlights the week’s featured groups with Rahm and Collin Morikawa.

Woods and his group go off the first tee at 1:40 p.m. on the South course on Friday.Other featured groups: McIlroy, Cameron Smith, Brandt Snedeker; Fowler, Phil Mickelson, Xander Schauffele; Jason Day, Justin Rose and Spieth.

Tiger Woods is making his 2020 debut on the cusp of history. Woods enters the Farmers Insurance Open just one win away from reaching 83 career PGA Tour victories and eclipsing Sam Snead for the most all-time. Tiger’s won seven times at the Farmers and has eight wins at the tournament’s venue, Torrey Pines (his unforgettable 2008 U.S. Open victory being the only outlier).

The longest is now longer at the Farmers Insurance Open.

At 7,765 yards, the updated South Course at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California, will be the longest track in history to host a PGA TOUR event. Technically, it already was, but its additional 67 yards will move it past a pair of recent stops for the U.S. Open, which is operated by the USGA. When Chambers Bay hosted the 2015 edition of the major, it was capable of stretching a then-record 7,710 yards, but it set the standard only until 7,741-yard Erin Hills hosted in 2017.

As the short list of projected contenders at the Farmers Insurance Open illustrates below, the field of 156 has no shortage of star appeal and red-hot form upon arrival. For what it faces at Torrey Pines – other than elevated views of the Pacific Ocean – what has changed and why, how the North Course has evolved since its renovation, and the trend that defending champion Justin Rose ended, keep scrolling.

Introducing a historical connection between Torrey Pines South and the U.S. Open is nothing new. After all, this is where Tiger Woods prevailed at the major in 2008. But shortly after the conclusion of last year’s Farmers Insurance Open, Rees Jones orchestrated sweeping upgrades of the course in preparation of the 2021 U.S. Open, so new memories are promised.

Only the Poa annua greens were untouched, but tees, approaches, areas around greens and every bunker has Jones’ freshest imprint on them. A new tee at the par-4 10th hole is responsible for a good chunk of the longer walk, while the installation of new irrigation across the stock par 72 was a priority.

Before you wonder how the South Course could get any harder, consider that last year’s scoring average of 71.729 was its lowest since 2001, this despite possessing the hardest fairways to find from the tee of any course on average (7.38 of 14 per round). However, the field also averaged 11.77 greens in regulation per round and connected for par breakers on 3.5 of those opportunities. So, from the perspective of how to score, the South Course sat just inside the top half of the hardest of all courses all season.

Even without the modifications, Torrey Pines South will play tougher than its co-host. It always does. And that already recognizes the fact that the North Course got stingy post-redesign by Tom Weiskopf, well, at least at first … and second.

In the first two spins after Weiskopf signed off on the work, the par-72 North set decade highs in scoring in 2017 (71.28) and 2018 (71.41), but last year’s average of 69.840 was a seven-year low. No doubt that docile conditions yielded redder numbers, but maturity of the greens and course knowledge cannot be ruled out as factors. Consider that the GIR percentage rose 1.1 per round to an average of 12.7.

The North tips at 7,258 yards and its fairway-hit percentage of 7.47 per round was second-lowest of 2018-19, but it slots among the easiest in all other categories but par-3 scoring average (T7) due to the fact that all four one-shotters can be played at over 200 yards. The 241-yard third hole has ranked inside the top-20 hardest par 3s on the PGA TOUR since the North Course was redesigned.

Every golfer gets one round on the North Course and its bentgrass greens. The field is split in half on each course during the first two rounds, but only the South will be used for the third and final rounds. All 36 greens will be calibrated to run about 12-and-a-half feet on the Stimpmeter.

For the entirety of last year’s tournament, Rose ranked T8 in fairways hit, T2 in GIR, third in putts per GIR and first in putting: birdies-or-better percentage. He also co-led the field in par-3 scoring and finished T4 in par-5 scoring. That is a stock formula to follow. (ShotLink technology is used only on the South.)

Rose also became the first champion since Ben Crane in 2010 to open the tournament on the North Course. His 63 on it was the lowest by any winner since Woods scored the same in the second round in 2005.

Pleasant weather is forecast throughout the tournament, so scoring could mirror last year’s. A primarily sunny sky will allow for stunning visuals. Never bet against a marine layer in the morning, but daytime highs in the mid-60s and light winds will optimize the other feels.

 

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Woods, despite winning in his last outing, is not the favorite though. Both Rahm and Rory McIlroy are heavier favorites than the seven-time winner of this event. And contending for this year’s title will be even more difficult than holding off those two. Last year’s winner Justin Rose, Hideki Matsuyama, Gary Woodland, Jordan Spieth, Xander Schauffele and Rickie Fowler will all be in the mix as well.

It should be a fun first monster tournament of the season as we start to descend into the heart of the golf schedule as 2020 (and whatever it brings for Tiger Woods at the age of 44) begins to unfold.

Sebastian Cappelen and Keegan Bradley both shot a 6-under 66 to lead a group of 20 players within two strokes of the lead after an eventful opening round in the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

Cappelen and Bubba Watson are the only players on the top-10 of the leaderboard to have played the first round on the South Course, which predictably carried a higher scoring average than the North Course. That’s not to say the North Course didn’t show its teeth at times. Rory McIlroy shot a 67 in a round that he even described as “a little loose” at times with several opportunities missed. Cappelen and Watson will be the only players in the top-10 to get a shot at that course on Friday.

McIlroy offered some of the day’s early highlights, rolling in four birdies on his first nine holes to stake his claim to a place at the top of the leaderboard. In total, his seven birdie performance with some improvement to be had served as a warning shot to the field. As the “best in the world” debate rages among fans, McIlroy is at the first big event of the West Coast swing ready to make a statement. Tiger Woods, making his first PGA Tour start of 2020, closed strong during his first round of 3-under 69. Woods drove the ball well, took advantage of his final three par-5s and seemed to have his game in a good place to start the week at a course where he’s had plentiful success over the years.