Muguruza looks before Bertens and is already in the Australian Open quarterfinals

first_imgPhoto: EFE “One of the prettiest things is that you don’t need many words when you talk to a former player and former champion like Conchita, the complicity is always there,” he said about his coach Conchita Martinez after matching his best result at an Australian Open.The reality is that the results have not taken long to arrive with her new coach because, regardless of what happens in future rounds, the Hispanic-Venezuelan has been able to break a negative dynamic that condemned her to win only one match from Roland Garros until The conclusion of last year.He returned to fill his tennis with joy, after leaving no trace of the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina (5) in the previous round, to put an end to the path of a Bertens that reached the eighth without losing a single set.In addition, the Wimbledon and Roland Garros champion first agreed to a quarter-finals in a ‘major’ competition after she passed the fourth round in the Parisian big in 2018.Regarding its possible rivals, the only Spanish with options in the table has a positive background against both the German and the Russian.With Kerber he has a favorable 5-3 in direct confrontations; while with respect to Pavlyuchenkova maintains a forceful 4-1 in his favor. That of Caracas wins by a clear 6-3 double to the DutchHis rival will be the winner of the Pavlyuchenkova-Kerber center_img Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza showed off again to eliminate the new head of the series, the Dutch Kiki Bertens (9), for an unappealable double 6-3 and already awaits in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open to the winner of the clash that will face the German Angelique Kerber with the Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.last_img read more

UN Commission Sets Out Plan to Make Life-Saving Health Supplies More Accessible

first_imgShare this: Posted on September 27, 2012August 15, 2016Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Yesterday, the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women and Children, part of the Every Woman Every Child initiative, submitted a new plan and set of recommendations to improve access to life-saving health commodities to the United Nations Secretary-General.From Every Woman Every Child:The recommended steps include bulk buying, local manufacturing and innovative marketing to help transform the supply, demand and use of quality life-saving products. It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of women and children’s lives could be saved each year with essential supplies, including for family planning. Medicines for the prevention of bleeding after childbirth and treatment of diarrhoea and pneumonia such as oral rehydration solution and zinc and amoxicillin – which cost less than 50 cents per treatment — can make the difference between life and death for mothers and their babies.“It is simply wrong that millions of children and women still die every year when we have the products and the knowledge to save their lives,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake. “With the Commission’s help, we have still more practical solutions. What is needed now is the political will to implement them.”Learn more here.Read the new plan and set of recommendations here.More information:A new report from our colleagues at PATH, Safeguarding pregnant women with essential medicines, focuses on a global agenda for increasing the quality and availability of medicines. ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read:last_img read more