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    A set up against a man he'd never lost to, Roger Federer looked to be cruising toward a shot at a seventh ATP Finals title. David Goffin had other ideas.The Belgian rallied in the semifinals on Saturday to claim the biggest win of his career and stun the favorite 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.'It is the best win of my career, for sure,' Goffin said.'I started to feel the ball better at the end of the first set, so I wanted to be more aggressive. It paid off. I started to serve well. My forehand was going much better.'Federer was on course to reach his 11th final at the elite season-ending tournament when he cruised through the first set, but Goffin took advantage of a drop in his play to force a third set.Despite having lost all six of his previous encounters with Federer, Goffin was able to execute better in the decider, breaking in the third game and producing a nerveless display of serving.In the final on Sunday he will face Grigor Dimitrov or Jack Sock. They play later Saturday.'I just think he raised his game,' Federer said. 'I couldn't follow any more. Maybe my game dropped naturally a little bit because he was playing better.'Having won all three of his round-robin matches at the O2 Arena, Federer continued his fine form to break twice in the first set.However, the match turned in the second game of the second set. Federer wasted two game points on his serve before Goffin produced a forehand passing shot to take his first break point of the match.'It was a tough game to get broken at 1-0,' Federer said. 'I had I think multiple game chances to get out of the game and go 1-1, keep the pressure up. I think things really turned around for him at that moment.'The winners flowed from Goffin's racket, unsettling Federer, who coughed up uncharacteristic errors.Goffin needed just the one break in both the second and third sets and displayed a previously unseen grit to deny Federer his lone break point opportunities in either set.The match was typical of Goffin's inconsistent week on his full debut at the tournament, after he played one match as an alternate a year ago.After defeating a wounded Rafael Nadal in his opening match, he was thrashed in just 74 minutes by Dimitrov, before qualifying for the semis with a comfortable win over Dominic Thiem.'Both are really special,' said Goffin, after becoming only the sixth man to defeat Nadal and Federer in the same tournament. 'It was the first time against Rafa. Then the semifinal for the first time for me here, and to beat Roger for the first time here in such a big event, big tournament, it was the perfect moment.'Reaching the final in London is the latest step in a groundbreaking season for the Belgian. He broke into the top 10 for the first time in February and reached a career high No. 8 in November.
  • Edinson Cavani scored twice as unbeaten Paris Saint-Germain overcame a slow start to beat Nantes 4-1 and move six points clear at the top of the French league on Saturday.With Brazil star Neymar having a quiet game, and missing a late chance, it was left to Cavani and playmaker Javier Pastore to shatter one of the league's best defenses.Angel Di Maria and Pastore added the other goals for a free-scoring PSG team that has 43 goals in just 13 games. Cavani continued his prolific start to the season and has a league-leading 15 goals. With 19 in 17 overall, he is on course to beat his career-best 49 last season.With defending champion Monaco held to a 1-1 draw away to Amiens on Friday night, PSG is already in a strong position to reclaim the title, having won it four straight seasons until Monaco ended that run.Coach Claudio Ranieri's Nantes side came into the match with the third best defense in Ligue 1, having let in only nine goals in 12 games.A defense well-marshalled by center back Diego Carlos contained PSG's attacks well and neutralized the threat of Neymar in a confident opening 30-minute spell, but then Nantes started giving the ball away carelessly.After losing possession on the halfway line, Nantes was punished in the 38th minute.Neymar picked up the loose ball and quickly found Pastore, who then slipped a pass to Cavani down the left. The Uruguay striker cut inside Carlos with his first touch and drilled the ball powerfully inside the near post with his next.PSG's second came four minutes later and had a touch of fortune about it, as Di Maria's swinging cross from the left eluded everyone and bounced inside the right post.Ranieri's changes galvanized the team and Nantes pulled a goal back in the 60th when Prejuce Nakoulma — his confidence high after recently scoring a hat trick for Burkina Faso - struck from close range moments after coming off the bench.PSG restored its two-goal cushion five minutes later when Pastore's firm shot from the right side of the penalty area was poorly dealt with by goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu, who pushed the ball up in the air and sent it looping over his head and into the net.Cavani got his second in the 79th.
  • A young camel named Scooby is back at home after going on a 90-minute jaunt that blocked traffic and provided an uncommon photo opportunity for motorists in Ohio.The Blade reports 1-year-old Scooby escaped from his fenced-in home in Springfield Township on Friday afternoon and began walking along township streets, prompting wide-eyed reaction.A neighbor of the owner who was on her way home from work alerted the Lucas County Sheriff's Office. Owner Nabil Shaheen was then contacted and led Scooby safely home.Shaheen said he bought Scooby as a baby and is glad no one was hurt.
  • Mohamed Salah's skillful performance inspired Liverpool to a 3-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday, with two goals sending the Egyptian to the top of the Premier League scoring standings.Both first-half goals from the former Chelsea and Roma winger had a touch of class and his constant threat had visitors backpedalling for 80 minutes before his departure to a standing ovation — by which time Philippe Coutinho had added the third goal. Liverpool is fifth in the standings, a point behind Tottenham.The 25-year-old Salah has now scored nine goals in his first 12 Premier League matches, breaking the club's previous best held by Robbie Fowler.Salah's overall statistics are equally impressive with 14 goals, all from open play, in 18 matches and three assists. Last season Coutinho was the club's leading scorer with 14.And this from a winger whose finishing has, at times this season, still been criticized.Salah, who had already volleyed wastefully wide, ended his club's 459-minute goal drought against Southampton with a superb curling effort from Georginio Wijnaldum's lay-off in the 31st minute.Salah's second 10 minutes later was just as brilliant. Liverpool target Virgil van Dijk inexplicably stepped forward with Coutinho on the ball and the Brazil international's outside-of-the-foot pass allowed Salah to run in behind and clip past Fraser Forster.Salah continued to torment after the break with one scintillating counterattack messed up by Alberto Moreno's clumsiness in the penalty area.Coutinho stabbed wide a good chance before making amends by smashing home Roberto Firmino's parried shot in the 68th minute.Southampton rarely looked like preventing Liverpool keeping a fifth clean sheet in six home league matches.___More AP Premier League coverage: www.apnews.com/tag/PremierLeague
  • Jack Cork heaped the pressure on former manager Paul Clement as Burnley swept aside Swansea 2-0 on Saturday, leaving the south Wales club three points off the bottom of the Premier League.Cork, who was sold by Swansea in the offseason, headed in the opener in the 29th minute at Turf Moor. Ashley Barnes netted with a powerful strike five minutes before halftime.Sean Dyche has now overseen Burnley's first hat trick of top-flight wins since 1975.While Cork's form highlights Dyche's canny knack of invigorating low-key personnel, Swansea's woes were embodied by Renato Sanches. Once one of Europe's hottest teenage properties, he is now something of a lost soul.On loan from Bayern Munich, Sanches is not even a guaranteed starter at the Welsh strugglers and his efforts here can only have steered him closer to the bench. His set-piece delivery was dreadful, he dallied in possession and, when a woeful shot disappeared over the bar, he raised both hands in apology to his teammates.The first half belonged to Burnley, which attacked with a frantic quality that unnerved the visitors and settled the result by the interval.One passage saw three chances open up in a matter of seconds, including Lukasz Fabianski beating away Steven Defour's drive and Sam Clucas smothering another attempt from Jeff Hendrick.When a corner floated toward the far post moments later, only a sprawling save from Fabianski spared Martin Olsson an own goal.The Polish goalkeeper was doing all the heavy lifting for his side, rising to the occasion again when Barnes met Matthew Lowton's cross at the far post and produced a powerful header.His resistance was broken on the half hour as Cork ferried the ball 20 yards up field before laying it off to Barnes and heading for the six-yard box. By the time he got there, unmarked, Robbie Brady had provided the kind of cross which demands to be planted into the corner, as Cork happily did.Barnes' brilliant strike made it two five minutes before the break. The forward gathered Hendrick's pass with a neat touch before rifling a thunderous drive inside the near post.Swansea sent on Wilfried Bony at the break but, like Sanches, he is a man shorn of form and fulfillment.He snatched at his first chance, lashing wide from an inviting position, and was robbed by a sliding Lowton just as he shaped to shoot in the 75th minute.Swansea's bad luck caught up with Tammy Abraham, who departed on a stretcher having battled an apparent back problem for several minutes.
  • The widow of the Grateful Dead's longtime lawyer is auctioning off treasures from their long strange trip with the psychedelic rock-and-roll band.Hal and Jesse Kant's memorabilia collection includes signed artwork by the band's late leader, Jerry Garcia, and backstage passes from concerts spanning 30 years.The Reno Gazette-Journal reports some of the items are expected to go for as much as $100,000 when they're sold online by a Reno art gallery and auction house from Nov. 22 through Dec. 9.In addition to the Dead, Hal Kant represented a number of musicians dating to the 1960s, including Janis Joplin and Sonny and Cher.The Kants moved to Reno during the 1980s. He died in 2006. She's putting the memorabilia up for sale through Stremmel Auctions.Highlights among the more than 100 items include a colorful set of banners used as the backdrops for 88 concerts around the world and a poster from a Lake Tahoe show in 1968, when tickets cost $3.50 at the door.Jesse Kant says she's keeping some valuables with personal meaning, including letters from the band. But she's parting with a wedding invitation from Garcia and his wife, Deborah Koons, as well as a framed, dried rose from the couple's wedding the year before his 1995 death.She's also selling her living room replica of the Dead's conference table, complete with hand-carved skulls and ornate 'GD' signatures on each chair.'I spent my time very happily and grateful with all of these items,' and it was time to let someone else enjoy them, she told the Gazette-Journal.Hudson Stremmel, gallery spokesman, said Hal Kant was responsible for keeping the band's copyrights and introduced Garcia to the makers of Ben and Jerry's ice cream, which resulted in one of their most popular flavors, Cherry Garcia.The collection is one of the rarest the auctioneer family has seen, Stremmel said. The business typically deals with high-end estate sales and bankruptcy cases.'It's amazing. It's kind of a story of his life that hasn't been told,' Stremmel said of Hal Kant.Jesse Kant, who recently moved to the Pacific Northwest, said the band members were close to her husband, an avid skier and World Series of Poker champion. She said they used to cheer him on during card games and gave him many one-of-a-kind tokens of gratitude, including a letterman jacket with embroidered stitching reading, 'Many Thanks from Grateful Dead, Hal.'Besides the jacket, the auction includes two 'LimitDead Edition' golf bags, one signed by Alice Cooper, and two sets of unused Grateful Dead skis, both decorated with the trademark skulls and roses that often appear on their official merchandise.Jesse Kant said her favorite Grateful Dead performance was outside the Great Pyramid in Egypt in 1978.'People actually came to the show on camels; some people sat on their camels and watched,' Kant said. 'And that night, there was an eclipse of the moon, and the children were running through the streets banging pots and pans trying to scare away the shadows. By far, my favorite show.'She said she's often wondered why the band was so loved.'They're such a strange and interesting phenomenon,' she said. 'It was during the time where drugs were a very large part of that culture. The music was always different, they didn't play a set routine, but I really couldn't tell you why Grateful Dead fans are fans. It's a very personal thing.'___Information from: Reno Gazette-Journal, http://www.rgj.com
  • Manchester City could be without John Stones for six weeks after the defender was injured in the Premier League leader's 2-0 victory at Leicester on Saturday.John Stones pulled up during the first half with an apparent hamstring injury, leaving Pep Guardiola without both of his recent first-choice central defenders due to Nicolas Otamendi's suspension.'I think (Stones) might be out for six weeks with that type of injury,' Guardiola said. 'We don't have a lot of central defenders. But the spirit in the team and with all the players is good so we are going to find a solution.'City coped against the 2016 champions, with Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne scoring either side of halftime to secure an 11th victory in 12 matches for the league's last remaining unbeaten side. It extended City's club-record run of consecutive wins in all competitions to 16 fixtures.Vincent Kompany returned for City for the first time since the end of August in central defense. Kompany's comeback looked like being short-lived when he tripped Jamie Vardy after only two minutes, but the captain escaped with a booking, rather than a red card.Some of City's approach play was a delight to watch throughout, with De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, David Silva and Leroy Sane all seamlessly interchangeable in attack.One such swift offensive down the left-hand side after 20 minutes resulted in Sane setting up Silva, who steered an effort toward the top corner of the net only for goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel to tip the ball over the crossbar.When Stones was forced off just before the half hour, Eliaquim Mangala came on for his first league appearance in over two months.It did not upset City too much, however, as it took the lead at the end of the first half. A lovely exchange of passes between De Bruyne and Sterling on the edge of the box saw the latter find Silva's run in behind the Leicester defense and he rolled the ball across goal for Gabriel Jesus to tap it into an empty net.If the timing of that goal hurt Leicester, there was worse to come at the beginning of the second half.Harry Maguire came close to an equalizing goal but his effort, after City goalkeeper Ederson had dropped a cross, struck a post. Fernandinho then put the wheels in motion for a devastating counterattack involving De Bruyne and Sane, who cut the ball back to the edge of the penalty area for his teammate to rifle a left-foot shot into the top corner of the net.Guardiola's side comfortably saw out the remainder of the match and would have added to its lead had it not been for some last-ditch defending from the 2016 champions, who lost for the first time since manager Claude Puel was hired last month.___More AP Premier League coverage: www.apnews.com/tag/PremierLeague
  • The Latest on the status of the Palestinians' office in Washington (all times local):1:05 p.m.The Palestinians are threatening to cut off all communication with the Trump administration if it goes through with plans to shutter the Palestine Liberation Organization office in Washington.Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat (sah-EEB' EHR'-ih-kaht) says the U.S. administration's decision is — in his words — 'very unfortunate and unacceptable.'He's accusing the U.S. of bowing to pressure from the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (neh-ten-YAH'-hoo), just as he says the Palestinians are 'trying to cooperate to achieve the ultimate deal.'Erekat says the Palestinians have conveyed their intention to cut off talks if the office is closed in a letter to the Trump administration. The threat comes as the U.S. is trying to broker an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.Netanyahu's office says the closure is a 'matter of U.S. law.'___12:30 p.m.The State Department says the Palestine Liberation Organization's office in Washington will close.Officials say the Palestinians have ran afoul of a U.S. law by calling for Israelis to be prosecuted by the International Criminal Court.Only a day earlier, department officials had said the office could stay open if President Donald Trump determined that the Palestinians were in serious peace negotiations with Israel.But now, those same officials are saying the office must close regardless — at least for some time. It could reopen in the future, if the Palestinians are in talks with IsraelisIt's unclear when the office will close. And it's not clear whether the Palestinians must evacuate or simply close the office to the public.The officials weren't authorized to publicly discuss the situation and spoke on condition of anonymity.—Associated Press writer Josh Lederman.___5:10 a.m.The Palestinian foreign minister says the Palestinians won't give in to what he calls 'extortion' after a U.S. threat to close their diplomatic mission in Washington.Riad Malki tells Palestine Radio that the Palestinians are waiting for further communication from the U.S. government. He says 'the ball is now in the American court.'U.S. officials — citing an American law — say the Trump administration has put the Palestinians on notice that it'll close their office in Washington unless they've entered serious peace talks with Israel. President Donald Trump has 90 days to make a decision.Malki says the U.S. move may be aimed at putting pressure on the Palestinians. But he says 'the Palestinian leadership will not accept any extortion or pressure.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. got a firsthand look at Hurricane Irma's destruction when he made the drive from Key West to Homestead this week.Displaced residents. Damaged homes. Downed trees. Debris piles.It clearly affected NASCAR's most popular driver, who has a second home in Key West. Earnhardt took time to address the storm's aftermath while disclosing plans to race in the second-tier Xfinity Series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2018.'The Keys had a difficult past several months with Irma,' Earnhardt said Friday. 'We have a lot of friends down there that were affected by that. On the drive from Key West all the way up here, oh man, they are still really, really struggling. A lot of people still displaced. A lot of people lost their homes. It is still a very difficult and challenging situation for a lot of people in the middle Keys.'Irma made landfall Sept. 10 about 20 miles north of Key West. The mostly residential middle stretch of the island chain took the brunt of the hurricane's 130 mph winds. The area is still almost entirely brown, with debris piled alongside roads and mangroves stripped bare.Tourism is a $2.7 billion industry in the Florida Keys, supporting more than 50 percent of all jobs in the island chain, according to Monroe County's Tourist Development Council.Earnhardt also saw signs of recovery during his three-hour drive north on U.S. Route 1, noting that Key West's historic district, Old Town, had been reopened and ready for tourists for some time.'It is as if they didn't miss a beat,' Earnhardt said. 'So, if everybody is wondering if the Keys are open for business, they are. And those people are ready to serve you. On the drive up here, every mile there is a make-shift sign out of plywood with whatever business name is painted on it with big 'open' spray-painted on there.'Those people are resilient and they need people to go down there and vacation and help the economy in that particular area. It looks like they are working hard to get back on their feet. That is really fun to see.'Earnhardt bought his Key West home in 2008 and has spent offseasons there since.He surely will spend more time in the island city after he retires from full-time racing. His last Cup Series race takes place Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.Earnhardt and his pregnant wife, Amy, also are filming a home renovation show for DIY Network in the Keys. The Earnhardts will star in four half-hour episodes scheduled to air in early 2018. Amy Earnhardt is an interior designer, and Junior is fairly handy. Together, they will overhaul a home in the Old Town area.The series will follow their adventures in transforming the home.'We just love it down there,' Earnhardt said.___More AP auto racing: www.racing.ap.org
  • A Montana congressman misled investigators about his assault on a reporter the day before he was elected in May, claiming that “liberal media” were “trying to make a story,” the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported Saturday, citing audio and documents. >> Read more trending news U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, a Republican, told an officer in an audio interview after the attack that reporter Ben Jacobs of The Guardian newspaper had grabbed him by the wrist and pulled both of them to the floor. Audio of Gianforte’s interview with Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Scott Secor was released along with documents requested by the Chronicle and other news organizations after Gianforte was cited for assaulting Jacobs on May 24. Gianforte later pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault.  The Chronicle requested the documents in June. After Gianforte, Jacobs and Gallatin County Attorney Marty Lambert did not object to the release, Gallatin County District Court Judge Holly Brown ruled this week that the documents could be released. \The audio of the interview with Gianforte comes from a recording made by Sgt. Scott Secor outside of Gianforte’s headquarters shortly after the 5:07 p.m. call Jacobs made to 911, a minute after he posted on Twitter, “Greg Gianforte just body slammed me and broke my glasses.” Once at the scene, Secor spoke with Jacobs first. “This is the weirdest day,” Jacobs told Secor.  The documents include interviews with members of a Fox News crew who were in the room with Gianforte and Jacobs at the politician’s Bozeman campaign office.  Gianforte told Secor that he was preparing for an interview with Fox News when “this man broke into a private room in the back and stuck a microphone in my face and started asking me obnoxious questions.” Gianforte said he tried to explain to him that he was in the middle of an interview, but that Jacobs kept “waving” the microphone in his face, the Chronicle reported. “I probably shouldn’t do it but I reached out for his phone ... he grabbed my wrist, he spun and we ended up on the floor ... so he pulled me down on top of him,” Secor quoted Gianforte as saying. After the incident Gianforte’s campaign spokesman, Shane Scanlon, issued a statement that also blamed the attack on Jacobs, saying the reporter had grabbed the candidate’s wrist.  Gianforte publicly apologized to Jacobs and told supporters he wasn’t proud of his actions. His spokesman, Travis Hall, insisted on Friday that the documents contained “nothing new.” “No one was misled, and anyone who says otherwise is mistaken. Greg took responsibility for his actions and is focused on serving the people of Montana,” Hall said in an emailed statement to The Associated Press.