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The League of Legends free-agent frenzy has begun, and the first big domino in the North American LCS has dropped. Adrian Adrian Ma has inked a deal with Phoenix1 and he will be leaving Immortals to join the club for the 2017 spring campaign.Over the four splits in Adrians career, the former All-NA LCS support has never failed to make the top four of the regular season, even winning the regular season crown last spring with the 17-1 Immortals; however, the World Championships have eluded him, his past Team Impulse and Immortals squads both failing to reach the top three over the course of the year to qualify.I appreciated my year on Immortals and the opportunities that they provided me. During the off season I carefully considered some of the many options I had and how I wanted to move forward for the next year. After talking with Phoenix1, I realized that they had two components that made my decision easier; strong domestic players in Zig and Inori that I would want to work with, and a fresh team that has a legitimate chance at making a successful run at playoffs. While talking to the owner, Michael Moore, it was very apparent that he took all of my concerns and ideas for the team into consideration. I feel playing for Phoenix 1 will help me grow, both as a player and as a person, said Adrian.Phoenix1 has also renewed the contracts of three of its starters from the summer split: top laner Derek Zig Shao, Rookie of the Split runner-up jungler Rami Inori Charagh, and Korean import mid laner Choi Pirean Jun-sik. On who will be lining up with Adrian in P1s new bottom lane is still to be decided, as the team is currently trying out AD carries in South Korea.We couldnt be more excited to have Adrian as part of the P1 org moving into next season. Were confident he will help us build on the success we found at the end of the last split. I think fans can look forward to watching a stronger, more exciting P1 next season, said Michael Moore, co-owner of Phoenix1.The inaugural split for Phoenix1 was two distinct halves. The club failed to register a win in the round-robin stage of the summer split, but bounced back in the second half to finish 8th in the league and make it through relegations. With a strong end to the 2016 year and a revamped bottom lane, P1 is in position to not only avoid relegation again, but fight for the postseason come spring split in mid-January. Nike Vapormax Mens Clearance . However, he did make them miss him a little less. Cundiff, who had the unenviable job of replacing Dawson last season, agreed Thursday to a one-year, $1. Wholesale Nike Shox China .J. 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Just the heat of the moment and importance of the match, I guess, was too strong for me at certain periods of the match. Just if you lose your cool, the match can go away.Its a rather startling admission from someone who owns 12 major titles and a career Grand Slam, who has spent more than 200 weeks at No. 1 in the ATP rankings, who was the first man to exceed $100 million in career prize money in tennis.And, especially, someone who earlier this season was considered close to unbeatable. Until losing in the third round at Wimbledon against Sam Querrey, Djokovic had won 30 consecutive Grand Slam matches, becoming only the third man -- and first in nearly 50 years -- to win four consecutive major titles.But Djokovic acknowledged that he became too passive at pivotal segments of the match against No. 3 Wawrinka, who collected the third major trophy of his career and first at Flushing Meadows.He was more courageous, because he stepped in and played aggressive, Djokovic said, where I was kkind of more waiting for things to happen.ddddddddddddNever was that more apparent than when Djokovic was returning serve. Over and over again, he would get an opening to break Wawrinka, and over and over again that opportunity went by the wayside.Coming into Sunday, Djokovic had won nearly 50 percent of his return games in the tournament. Against Wawrinka, he only managed to win 3 of 22.Terrible conversion of the break points, Djokovic said. Just terrible from my side.He has appeared in 21 Grand Slam finals, second in the history of mens tennis only to Roger Federer, but now has a record of 12-9 in those all-on-the-line matchups.That includes a 2-5 mark at the U.S. Open, where Djokovic won the titles in 2011 and 2015, but lost to Federer in 2007, to Rafael Nadal in 2010 and 2013, and to Andy Murray in 2012.Late Sunday evening, Djokovic was asked to assess his season, which includes a 56-6 record, along with titles at the Australian Open, French Open and five other tournaments. He picked up a sore left wrist shortly before a first-round loss at the Rio Olympics last month, then dealt with problems with both shoulders and his right elbow over the past two weeks, before the foot issues in the final.Winning two out of four Grand Slams is a pretty good year, and playing another final -- I have no complaints. Obviously I wish that I could win another title, but this is what it is. You have to shake hands and accept the loss from a better player and move on, Djokovic said.Its not the first time, its not the last time Im going to lose a match. Big match, he continued. Hopefully I can learn from it. Hopefully I can get better, because thats the cycle of life, I guess, for us athletes.---Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich ' ' '

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