By DOMINIC PATTEN | Friday July 6, 2012 @ 12:33pm
Disappointing Result: Roger Federer Upsets World Number One Novak Djokovic In Four Sets Advances To Wimbledon Men’s Final.
I think the only reason Roger Federer won this match is because Novak Djokovic was off his game today. I also believe since the the roof was closed on the centre court at Wimbledon this helped Federer serve.
I am stunned at this shocking upset! Federer defeated Novak Djokovic 6-3 3-6 6-4 6-3. I can’t believe Roger beat Novak so easily.
Last month in Paris, Novak destroyed Federer to advance to the French Open final. Maybe, Novak was sick and not feeling well and that’s why he lost? I am shocked that Novak lost I was certain since Rafael Nadal was bounced in the second round that the path was clear for Novak to defend his Wimbledon title.
Maybe, Novak is depressed about the death of his grandfather Vladimir?
Since Novak’s grandfather died in April, the spark is gone from his game he’s losing a lot of important matches. He lacks the intensity and desire he seems deflated and exhausted. Novak lost to Nadal in the finals of Monte Carlo, Rome, and the French Open. Now, Novak loses to Roger Federer a man he has dominated for the past two years! I am speechless here I can’t believe this!
TORONTO - Two female members of the York community reported incidents of sexual assault on Thurs. July 5, 2012, near Vari Hall and the Colonnade.
York Security is assisting Toronto Police Service (TPS) in the investigation of the incidents.
In the first incident, at 3:40pm, two men approached a female who was walking in the Common area, heading toward Vari Hall. One of the men attempted to block her way and speak to her, before touching her twice.
In the second incident, at 3:43 pm, a female was exiting the Colonnade when she was approached by an unknown male who attempted to speak with her and touched her on two occasions.
The suspect in both of the incidents is described as:
–Male, black, 21-23 years old, 6’3” in height, with a skinny build, scruffy beard, wearing a white baseball cap, green shirt, and baggy jeans.
The second suspect who approached the woman in the incident near Vari Hall, is described as:
–Male, black, 21 to 23 yars old, 5’8”, heavyset, wearing a black baseball cap, green shirt and jeans.
Should you have any information about either incident you are asked to contact Toronto Police Service directly at 416.808.2222. York Security responds to all community calls at 416.736.5333.
York Community members are reminded to always exercise personal safety by:
- Being aware of your surroundings and the people around you
- Report any suspicious persons or behaviour to York Security Services
York University provides the following campus security services:
- 24/7/365 campus security patrols
- goSAFE foot patrols
- Transportation – Campus Shuttle
- 24/7/365 Monitored CCTV coverage
- Network of Emergency “Blue Light” Telephones