One of the last projects David Bowie completed before his death earlier this year was Lazarus, a musical that pulled from his vast and varied catalogue of songs. This Friday, October 21st, a compilation album of material from Lazarus will be released via ISO/Columbia/RCA.In addition to the official cast recording of the show and Bowie’s version of the musical’s eerily prophetic title song, the Lazarus compilation will include three never-before-heard Bowie studio tracks. The three songs–“No Plan”, “Killing A Little Time”, and “When I Met You”–were recorded with the same band featured on Bowie’s final album Blackstar (stylized as a solid black five-pointed star), and have only been heard as performed by the cast of Lazarus (which includes the talented Michael C. Hall).Today, two of those three recordings–“When I Met You” and “No Plan”–were played on BBC radio. You can listen to “When I Met You” here (at 51:00) and its gloomy, dramatic counterpart “No Plan” here (46:00). Both of the tracks were recorded with Bowie’s longtime producer Tony Visconti.You can see the full track list for the Lazarus compilation below:CD 1:01. “Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)” – Ricky Nelson02. “Lazarus” – Michael C. Hall & Original New York Cast of Lazarus03. “It’s No Game” – Michael C. Hall, Lynn Craig & Original New York Cast of Lazarus04. “This Is Not America” – Sophia Anne Caruso & Original New York Cast of Lazarus05. “The Man Who Sold The World” – Charlie Pollack06. “No Plan” – Sophia Anne Caruso07. “Love Is Lost” – Michael Esper & Original New York Cast of Lazarus08. “Changes” – Cristin Milioti & Original New York Cast of Lazarus09. “Where Are We Now” – Michael C. Hall & Original New York Cast of Lazarus10. “Absolute Beginners” – Michael C. Hall, Cristin Milioti, Michael Esper, Sophia Anne Caruso, Krystina Alabado & Original New York Cast of Lazarus11. “Dirty Boys” – Michael Esper12. “Killing A Little Time” – Michael C. Hall13. “Life On Mars” – Sophia Anne Caruso14. “All The Young Dudes” – Nicholas Christopher, Lynn Craig, Michael Esper, Sophia Anne Caruso & Original New York Cast of Lazarus15. “Sound And Vision” – David Bowie16. “Always Crashing in the Same Car” – Cristin Milioti17. “Valentine’s Day” – Michael Esper & Original New York Cast of Lazarus18. “When I Met You” – Michael C. Hall & Krystina Alabado19. “Heroes – 4:43” – Michael C. Hall, Sophia Anne Caruso & Original New York Cast of LazarusCD 2:01. “Lazarus” – David Bowie02. “No Plan” – David Bowie03. “Killing A Little Time” – David Bowie04. “When I Met You” – David Bowie[h/t – Consequence of Sound]
It was the single biggest event so far in the first 10 days of the Olympics.Tickets were going for upwards of $1,000; that is, if you could find anyone in Vancouver willing to part with them. Yet, many Americans were not able to watch, even on TV.If you haven’t figured it out by now, what I’m talking about is the men’s hockey matchup between Team USA and Canada. You know, the hockey game that meant so much to the entire country of Canada but was relegated to second-tier status on American television?Rather than put the hottest ticket event on network television (NBC) in primetime on a Sunday night — when millions of Americans would be almost guaranteed to tune in — someone decided it would be a better idea to put it on MSNBC. On NBC, they aired a thrilling compilation of ice dancing, men’s super G, men’s ski cross, women’s speed skating and bobsled.Apparently an afternoon game between Russia and the Czech Republic is good enough for network coverage on NBC, but a game between the U.S. and Canada — countries Americans actually care about — is not worthy of NBC’s highly coveted primetime slot.Clearly, those in charge of programming at NBC no longer believe in miracles. With as much as those at NBC love feel-good stories, the chance to show one of the United States’ underdogs seems like an opportunity they would have jumped at.Instead, the reason for not showing last night’s game probably had to do with that very reason. With so much less down time than in your typical Olympic sports, the opportunity for NBC’s favorite aspect of the games — feel good fluff pieces — decreases dramatically.While NBC probably doesn’t care whether people watch its flagship station or MSNBC (or CNBC) — as long as they watch one of them — they certainly missed out on one of the most thrilling events yet in Vancouver.Spending more than $1,000 to watch one game is a little crazy, but the game more than lived up to the hype. The atmosphere, or what I gathered of it from watching on MSNBC, was everything you could ask for in a crucial tournament hockey game.When the action started, that was equally great, if not better.Just 41 seconds in, Team USA was on the board thanks to an impressive goal by defenseman Brian Rafalski, a former Wisconsin standout and current member of the Detroit Red Wings.Two more goals would be scored in the first period, one each for the U.S. and Canada, making it a 2-1 game as the teams headed to the locker rooms for the first intermission. Rafalski again netted the goal for Team USA, taking advantage of a mistake by Canada’s Martin Brodeur and putting the Americans back on top.At the 3:32 mark in the second period, Canada evened the score at two goals apiece.Once again, a former Badger lit the lamp. This time it was left winger Dany Heatley, a current member of the San Jose Sharks who holds dual citizenship in Germany and Canada. Heatley took advantage of a defensive lapse by Team USA for an easy goal.While the next 13 minutes went scoreless for both teams, the intensity remained, and another Team USA goal — this time by Chris Drury — on another Brodeur mistake put the Americans up 3-2 heading into the third and final period.With 20 minutes to go in the third game of the Olympics for both teams, the intensity level at Canada Hockey Place was incredible.But as much as the entire country of Canada would have liked to will the team in red and white to victory, Team USA continued to exert control over its neighbor to the north. Just over seven minutes into the third period, Jamie Langenbrunner extended the lead for Team USA to 4-2, seemingly ending Canada’s hopes of victory.Playing their game on their home ice, though, the Canadians would not go down without a fight. It might be “America’s Hat,” but if there’s anything Canada does well, it’s hockey.Sidney Crosby netted a huge goal, making the final three minutes of hockey as intense as anything the Winter Games have seen to date.The home team would come up a bit short, however. An empty-net goal made it 5-3 and sealed the biggest win for USA Hockey in recent history.Like most people, I’m fascinated by the Olympics. Winter or Summer Games, every two years we get to see the best in the world compete in sports we don’t usually watch, on national television in primetime no less.More importantly, I love the great individual performances that seem to only come because of the desire and determination it takes to earn a medal in the Olympics. Although you may not think individual glory when you think hockey, you are wrong.Team USA goaltender Ryan Miller had an impressive game to keep Canada to just three goals. Miller made 42 saves and withstood a ridiculous flurry of chances in the final minutes to hold off a Canadian team that had stolen all the game’s momentum.Unfortunately, NBC didn’t think such an instant classic of a game was possible. I hope ice dancing lived up to the hype, because Canada-USA sure as hell did.Jordan is a senior majoring in journalism and political science. Did you see Team USA’s huge win over Canada? If not, how was ice dancing? Let him know at [email protected]
Former England striker Michael Owen has joined Stoke City on a free transfer, subject to Premier League Board approval, the club announced Tuesday.Owen, who made his name at Liverpool before joining Real Madrid, has signed a one-year deal following his release from Stoke’s Premier League rivals Manchester United at the end of last season.He has enjoyed an impressive career, scoring 221 goals in 473 appearances.But the 32-year-old’s career has been blighted by a series of injury problems and he has started just one Premier League match in the last two seasons.And it is that fitness record which has led to reports, still to be confirmed by Stoke, that he has signed on a pay-as-you play deal.Although he was also linked with Liverpool and Sunderland, Owen insisted Tuesday he was “always keen to join” Tony Pulis’ side. After signing a one-year contract, he posted on Twitter: “Delighted to have signed for Stoke subject to Premier League approval.“We have been in talks for a while and it was a club I was always keen to join.“I’m particularly excited at the prospect of working under Tony Pulis.“He has assembled a great squad that I look forward to joining.“I’m now looking forward to contributing as much as possible to the club and can’t wait to play in front of a great set of supporters. “Thanks for your kind messages everyone. Can’t wait to get going again!”Clubs are able to sign free agents outside the transfer window but are only able to field them in the Premier League if they have previously registered fewer than 25 players.The Premier League said in a statement Tuesday: “The Premier League board is currently considering an application from Stoke City to register a player and, subsequently, their squad list will be confirmed at a later date.”Owen is set to becomes City’s seventh signing of the summer, following the arrivals of Jamie Ness, Geoff Cameron, Michael Kightly, Maurice Edu, Charlie Adam and Steven N’Zonzi.For England, Owen scored 40 goals in 89 appearances, including a hat-trick against Germany in a 5-1 victory just over a decade ago. – AFP
Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso will undergo a medicals with Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad on Monday before sealing the deal to join the Jeddah-based club, The 25-year-old’s medical will be conducted in the Italian city of Milan by Bupa Arabia, the official healthcare partner of the Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad.Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso will undergo a medical with Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad on Monday (today) before sealing the deal to join the Jeddah-based club.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
WrestleMania 35 takes place Sunday, April 7, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and will air live on the WWE Network and on pay-per-view. The biggest show of the year for wrestling fans will once again feature all of the typical WWE pageantry and big matches, including the first women’s main event in WrestleMania history.Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the annual extravaganza, including the full match card, WrestleMania facts for each participant, and the current betting odds. WrestleMania debutAsuka: WrestleMania 34 (2018Dana Brooke: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Mickie James: WrestleMania 22 (2006)Ruby Riott: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Liv Morgan: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Sarah Morgan: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Carmella: WrestleMania 33 (2017)Naomi: WrestleMania 30 (2014)Lana: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Mandy Rose: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Sonya Deville: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Zelina Vega: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Nikki Cross: WrestleMania 35 (2019)WrestleMania win-loss recordAsuka: 0-1Dana Brooke: 0-1Mickie James: 1-4Ruby Riott: 0-1Liv Morgan: 0-1Sarah Morgan: 0-1Carmella: 0-2Naomi: 2-2Lana: 0-2Mandy Rose: 0-1Sonya Deville: 0-1Zelina Vega: 0-0Nikki Cross: 0-0Gambling oddsAsuka: +250Dana Brooke: +2000Mickie James: +3300Ruby Riott: +2000Liv Morgan: +3300Sarah Morgan: +3300Carmella: +1000Naomi: +2000Lana: +3300Mandy Rose: +800Sonya Deville: +1200Zelina Vega: +2500Nikki Cross: +2000Shayna Baszler +1400Tenille Dashwood +3300 (Gambling odds are provided from BetOnline.ag)Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year When is WrestleMania 35?WWE WrestleMania 35 will air live on Sunday, April 7, 2019. The pre-show will start at 5 p.m. with the main card beginning at 7 p.m. ET.Where will WrestleMania 2019 be held?MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., is the site of WrestleMania 35. The home of the NFL’s Jets and Giants holds a capacity of 82,500. MetLife Stadium also hosted WrestleMania 29 in 2013. MORE WRESTLEMANIA:• 10 great moments that define WrestleMania like no other• The best WrestleMania entrances of all time, ranked• Ranking the 10 worst WrestleMania main event matches• Ranking WrestleMania’s top 10 matches all timeWrestleMania 35 match cardRonda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch in a Triple Threat match for the “RAW” women’s championshipThis match is literally history in the making with the women earning the closing spot on the show. Rousey goes into the match as the “RAW” Women’s Champion and claiming that she is the “baddest woman on the planet”. But Becky Lynch is having none of that and, with the fans behind her, has risen to become the most interesting personality in the WWE. Now, Flair comes into the match as the “SmackDown” Women’s Champion, possibly adding another intriguing layer to the match depending on what titles will be up for grabs.WrestleMania debutRonda Rousey: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Charlotte Flair: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Becky Lynch: WrestleMania 32 (2016)WrestleMania win-loss recordRonda Rousey: 1-0Charlotte Flair: 2-0Becky Lynch: 0-2Gambling oddsRonda Rousey: +450Charlotte Flair: +300Becky Lynch: -350SN Q&A: Rob Van Dam talks return to Impact Wrestling, Vince McMahon, more Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal championshipEver since Rollins suffered a serious knee injury in late 2015, he has been working his way back to the top of the WWE. Now he has his chance. With his Royal Rumble win in January, he earned a shot at the Universal championship and wasn’t deterred, even after Lesnar destroyed him with six F5s. All Rollins has to do to take the title is slay “The Beast”.WrestleMania debutBrock Lesnar: WrestleMania 19 (2003)Seth Rollins: WrestleMania 29 (2013)WrestleMania win-loss recordBrock Lesnar: 5-3Seth Rollins: 5-1Gambling oddsBrock Lesnar: +100Seth Rollins: -140Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston for the WWE ChampionshipKingston has been the model WWE employee for more than a decade but now he wants his opportunity to be WWE champion. Even after jumping through every hoop put in front of him, Mr. McMahon has pulled the rug out from him. But after his New Day brothers Big E and Xavier Woods won a tag team gauntlet, Kingston will finally get his shot at the gold on the biggest stage and the chance to prove he is more than a B+ player.WrestleMania debutDaniel Bryan: WrestleMania 27 (2011)Kofi Kingston: WrestleMania 24 (2008)WrestleMania win-loss recordDaniel Bryan: 5-2-1Kofi Kingston: 1-8Gambling oddsDaniel Bryan: +180Kofi Kingston: -270Triple H vs. Batista in a No Holds Barred match; if Triple H loses, he must retire as a wrestlerBatista has talked for years about having one last run in WWE, capping it off against Triple H at WrestleMania. It took him attacking Ric Flair on his 70th birthday to get Triple H’s attention and now the match is on with “The Game” putting his career on the line. This will be a fight between two Hall of Famers with the no holds barred stipulation.WrestleMania debutTriple H: WrestleMania 12 (1996)Batista: WrestleMania 20 (2004)WrestleMania win-loss recordTriple H: 9-13Batista: 3-3Gambling oddsTriple H: -400Batista: +250Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyreNow that Reigns is back with his leukemia in remission, he needed a big-name opponent to square off. It just so happened that McIntyre was also looking for a top star to square with on the big stage. The “Scottish Terminator” has been trying to take out every member of The Shield and has gotten in some good shots on Reigns so far. Now, the big athletic superstars will square off to see who can claim the yard.WrestleMania debutRoman Reigns: WrestleMania 29 (2013)Drew McIntyre: WrestleMania 26 (2010)WrestleMania win-loss recordRoman Reigns: 4-2Drew McIntyre: 1-3Gambling oddsRoman Reigns: -300Drew McIntyre: +200Bobby Lashley vs. Finn Balor for the intercontinental championshipThese two men have been intertwined for the past few months with Balor having a short run with the title before losing it to Lashley on an episode of “RAW” in mid-March. Balor later beat Lashley and Jinder Mahal in a handicapped match to earn a shot at the title as he looks to become a two-time I-C champion.WrestleMania debutBobby Lashley: WrestleMania 23 (2007)Finn Balor: WrestleMania 34 (2018)WrestleMania win-loss recordBobby Lashley: 1-0Finn Balor: 0-1Gambling oddsBobby Lashley: +350Finn Balor: -600Shane McMahon vs. The Miz in a Falls Count Anywhere matchThe unlikely team of McMahon and The Miz was working, so well in fact that they became the “SmackDown” tag team champions. They lost the titles to The Usos and then they failed to win them back at Fastlane, McMahon lost his mind and brutally beat down The Miz in front of his dad in his hometown of Cleveland. The Miz is hot for revenge and with this being a falls count anywhere match, the fight could go anywhere in the building and who knows what McMahon will be flying off of inside MetLife Stadium.WrestleMania debutShane McMahon: WrestleMania 15 (1999)The Miz: WrestleMania 25 (2009)WrestleMania win-loss recordShane McMahon: 3-2The Miz: 4-6Gambling oddsShane McMahon: +170The Miz: -250Randy Orton vs. AJ StylesThis has been slowly coming together over the past few months with each of them interrupting the other in backstage segments and then trading insults. Orton wasn’t too fond when Styles referred to the blue brand as “the place that AJ Styles built” considering he began his career in SmackDown back in 2002. We’ll see who has bragging rights when they go one-on-one.WrestleMania debutRandy Orton: WrestleMania 20 (2004)AJ Styles: WrestleMania 32 (2016)WrestleMania win-loss recordRandy Orton: 6-8AJ Styles: 2-1Gambling oddsRandy Orton: -165AJ Styles: +125Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin in Angle’s retirement matchAngle announced last month that he will end his Hall of Fame career at WrestleMania 35 and was given the opportunity to choose his opponent for his final match. It made sense that Angle would pick Corbin who took his spot as the “RAW” General Manager last year and has been a thorn in his side. However, that announcement has not been well-received by fans who wanted to see Angle face a bigger name in his sendoff match. That controversy continues making some wonder if there could be something else in the works come Sunday night.WrestleMania debutKurt Angle: WrestleMania 16 (2000)Baron Corbin: WrestleMania 32 (2016)WrestleMania win-loss recordKurt Angle: 4-4Baron Corbin: 1-2Gambling oddsKurt Angle: -250Baron Corbin: +170Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio for the WWE United States championshipIt took a while but Joe finally won his first WWE title in early March when he defeated R-Truth, Andrade, and Mysterio to win the U.S. championship. He successfully defended it at Fastlane and Mysterio was named his WrestleMania opponent. If given enough time, this could be one of the better matches of the night. One other thing to look out for: Mysterio’s son Dominic, who is training to be a wrestler and has made some recent backstage TV appearances, will be sitting ringside.WrestleMania debutSamoa Joe: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Rey Mysterio: WrestleMania 19 (2003)WrestleMania win-loss recordSamoa Joe: 0-0Rey Mysterio: 7-4Gambling oddsSamoa Joe: -250Rey Mysterio: +170The Boss ‘n’ Hug Connection (Bayley and Sasha Banks) vs. The Divas of Doom (Beth Phoenix and Natalya) vs. The IIconics (Billie Kay and Peyton Royce) vs. Nia Jax and Tamina Snuka in a Fatal Four-Way match for the “RAW” women’s championshipBayley and Sasha haven’t been shy in saying that they’re the best team in the WWE and will take on all comers. They’ll have to do just that with these other three teams answering the call over the past few weeks leading up to the big event.WrestleMania debutBayley: WrestleMania 33 (2017)Sasha Banks: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Beth Phoenix: WrestleMania 24 (2008)Natalya: WrestleMania 25 (2009)Billie Kay: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Peyton Royce: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Nia Jax: WrestleMania 33 (2017)Tamina Snuka: WrestleMania 30 (2014)WrestleMania win-loss recordBayley: 1-1Sasha Banks: 0-2Beth Phoenix: 1-3Natalya: 1-4Billie Kay: 0-1Peyton Royce: 0-1Nia Jax: 1-1Tamina Snuka: 0-2Gambling oddsBoss ‘n’ Hug Connection: -260Beth Phoenix and Natalya: +500The IIconics: +250Nia Jax and Tamina: +1000Buddy Murphy vs. Tony Nese WWE Cruiserweight championshipNese earned his shot for the cruiserweight title after winning the #1 contender tournament on 205 Live, defeating Cedric Alexander in the finals. Now, he’ll get to take on his buddy, who also happens to be the champ. It’s somewhat of an unlikely match but Buddy Murphy has been tearing it up on the brand and this match shouldn’t be any different.WrestleMania debutBuddy Murphy: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Tony Nese: WrestleMania 35 (2019)WrestleMania win-loss recordBuddy Murphy: 0-0Tony Nese: 0-0Gambling oddsBuddy Murphy: -180Tony Nese: +140Andre the Giant Memorial Battle RoyalThe annual battle royal match honoring the late Andre the Giant will be held for the 6th consecutive year. There really isn’t much at stake here other than bragging rights and a huge trophy and the match is more of a way to get a bunch of other talent onto the show. The match has had its moments over the years including former Patriots’ star Rob Gronkowski getting involved several years back. Both Michael Che and Colin Jost of SNL fame will be participants and who knows what other surprises could be in store.WrestleMania debutBraun Strowman: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Michael Che: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Colin Jost: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Matt Hardy: WrestleMania 16 (2000)Jeff Hardy: WrestleMania 16 (2000)Titus O’Neil: WrestleMania 30 (2014)Curtis Axel: WrestleMania 30 (2014)Andrade: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Shelton Benjamin: WrestleMania 19 (2003)Ali: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Apollo Crews: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Tyler Breeze: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Jinder Mahal: WrestleMania 30 (2014)No Way Jose: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Bobby Roode: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Chad Gable: WrestleMania 33 (2017)Kalisto: WrestleMania 32 (2016)Gran Metalik: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Lince Dorado: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Bo Dallas: WrestleMania 31 (2015)Heath Slater: WrestleMania 27 (2011)Rhyno: WrestleMania 17 (2001)Viktor: WrestleMania 31 (2015)Konnor: WrestleMania 31 (2015)Luke Gallows: WrestleMania 26 (2010)Karl Anderson: WrestleMania 34 (2018)Otis: WrestleMania 35 (2019)Tucker: WrestleMania 35 (2019)EC3: WrestleMania 35 (2019)WrestleMania win-loss recordBraun Strowman: 1-1Michael Che: 0-0Colin Jost: 0-0Matt Hardy: 4-6Jeff Hardy: 1-5Titus O’Neil: 0-3Curtis Axel: 0-4Andrade: 0-0Shelton Benjamin: 1-7Ali: 0-0Apollo Crews: 0-1Tyler Breeze: 0-3Jinder Mahal: 1-2No Way Jose: 0-0Bobby Roode: 0-1Chad Gable: 0-2Kalisto: 1-1Gran Metalik: 0-0Lince Dorado: 0-0Bo Dallas: 0-4Heath Slater: 0-6Rhyno: 0-4Viktor: 0-4Konnor: 0-4Luke Gallows: 0-3Karl Anderson: 0-2Otis: 0-0Tucker: 0-0EC3: 0-0Gambling oddsBraun Strowman: +120Michael Che: +2500Colin Jost: +2500Matt Hardy: +5000Jeff Hardy: +4000Titus O’Neil: +5000Curtis Axel: N/AAndrade: +1200Shelton Benjamin: N/AAli: +1600Apollo Crews: +4000Tyler Breeze: N/AJinder Mahal: N/ANo Way Jose: +2500Bobby Roode: +3300Chad Gable: +5000Kalisto: N/AGran Metalik: N/ALince Dorado: N/ABo Dallas: N/AHeath Slater: N/ARhyno: N/AViktor: N/AKonnor: N/ALuke Gallows: N/AKarl Anderson: N/AOtis: N/ATucker: N/AEC3: +2500Rob Gronkowski: +1000Lars Sullivan: +1600Curt Hawkins: +1000Velveteen Dream: +2000Harper: +2000Bray Wyatt: +2500Adam Cole: +4000Mojo Rawley: +2500Pete Dunne: +4000Hulk Hogan: +5000Elias: +5000Rowan: +5000Conor McGregor: +5000Kane: +4000Second Annual WrestleMania Women’s Battle RoyalThis match debuted last year in New Orleans with Naomi outlasting the rest of her female superstars to get the win. With Asuka losing the “SmackDown” women’s championship, she’ll have to settle for this match and we’ll see who else enters the fray over this last week leading up to the show.
BiH tennis player Tomislav Brkić has qualified in the third round of Challenger Tournament ‘BH Telecom Indoor 2013’ which will be held in the sports hall Juan Antonio Samaranch – Zetra in Sarajevo.Brkić qualified by defeating the Czech tennis player Jiři Vesely with 6:7, 7:6 and 6:3, for the final result 2:1.Brkić, together with Mirza Bašić defeated German pair Brown/Kas who were the favourites of the tournament.