The talented teenager needed an hour and 49 minutes to defeat the experienced Spaniard Marcel Granollers 6-4 7-6, performing better on the second serve to edge his rival in straight sets. Both players created five break points and Alex managed to save four of those to limit the damage in his games and keep the pressure on the other side of the net. Marcel didn't play bad either but he lost serve twice and fell in the closing stages of the second set tie break to end on the losing side, despite a 5-2 lead in that second set. The Spaniard had a chance to create an early lead but he squandered three break points in the second game after a service winner and two good attacks from de Minaur. That proved to be very costly as Alex broke at love in game three to take the lead that eventually gave him the opening set. De Minaur, who trains in Alicante, did well to make a hold in the next four service games, controlling his shots with deep forehands and mixing the pace with slices and net rushings to keep the points on his racquet. Granollers saved two break points on serve in game nine with an ace and a backhand down the line that forced an error from de Minaur, forcing the youngster to close the set on own serve. The Aussie sealed the set with a service winner in game 10 after almost 50 minutes, looking good to claim the win and reach the last four. Marcel was in the good rhythm on serve in set number two, facing no bigger troubles in the opening four service games and stealing Alex's serve in game four after a poor smash from the Aussie. It seemed that the third set is a done deal when Marcel created another break point at 4-1 but de Minaur was not to be denied, saving it with a good forehand and holding after a service winner to reduce his deficit to 4-2 and stay in contention. Granollers held at 30 in the following game to open up a 5-2 gap and he was 30-0 up on the return in the next game, seeking to close the set with another break.
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Most acupuncture websites likely breaching Medicines Act The study found acupuncture providers' websites likely breached the Medicines Act. Photo / Stock A new study finds a majority of acupuncture companies' websites are likely breaching of the Medicines Act by claiming their service can prevent or cure various diseases. A research, undertaken by the Society for Science Base Healthcare, looked at acupuncture websites to see if they were in line with the Medicines Act. It found all 101 websites that were part of the study were likely in breach of the Act. The part of the Act being breached was Section 58, which prohibited claiming the ability to prevent, mitigate or cure a range of serious diseases. The study found 73 per cent of the websites claimed they could treat or prevent mental illness, infertility and arthritis, 11 per cent said they could treat or prevent cancer and 23 per cent for diabetes. A further 19 per cent claimed to help thrombosis sufferers and 14 per cent of websites said they could assist or prevent heart disease. The study published in the Medical Journal said these claims were made in spite of a "clear lack of evidence" for the efficacy of acupuncture. "ACC's reviews of acupuncture since 2011 have found little or no evidence of effectiveness, other than some positive evidence for chronic neck and shoulder pain," it said. The study also said at least 39 per cent of the sites reported on belonged to the NZASA registered acupuncturists. Another 33 per cent of websites of Acupuncture NZ registered acupuncturists appeared to be in breach of the act.
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