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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Top-ranked Serena Williams had little trouble joining sister Venus, in the Dubai Championships semifinals on Thursday. Serena, playing her first tournament since a fourth-round loss at the Australian Open, had little trouble bypassing fifth-seeded Jelena Jankovic of Serbia 6-2, 6-2 in the quarterfinals. The only blip in Williams game came when she lost serve in a tentatively played fifth game in the first set. "She was the better player tonight," Jankovic said. "Way better. "I just played a bad match on my terms." The only drama in the 76-minute match came in the final game with Jankovic serving. The umpire, Kader Nouni of France, told Jankovic she was serving too fast and then too slow, when taking more than the 25 seconds allotted. Williams was briefly brought into the fray when Jankovic made note that Williams often took more than the 25 seconds allowed to serve. After the match, the players conversed at the net and both reported they left the court on good terms. "I told her at the end, Look, I didnt mean anything. Im sorry if I played slow," Williams said. "She was like, No, it was more like they say (I) play too fast and then too slow. She said she couldnt get it right. "I was like, Look, are we cool because Im cool with you?" In that final game, Jankovic initially rebounded from love-40 before Williams won on a fourth match point with a scorching forehand passing shot. Williams will play Alize Cornet of France in the semifinals. Cornet scored a 7-5, 6-3 win over Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain. Venus Williams reached her fourth Dubai semifinal with a 6-3, 7-5 win over qualifier Flavia Pennetta of Italy. Williams, who won this title in 2009 and 2010, had to serve for the match twice in the second set. "She just keeps fighting," Williams said of Pennetta. "She stays relevant. Thats what she does really well. I have to give her credit for that." Serving at 5-4 in the second set, Williams missed out on a match point when Pennetta hit a forehand crosscourt winner to bring the score to deuce. Four points later and Pennetta broke serve to even the score at 5-5. After Pennetta dropped serve in the 11th game Williams had a second chance to close out the match. Initially, Williams fell behind 0-40. On a second match point Pennetta popped a return long to concede the win. Williams will play eighth-seeded Caroline Wozniacki, the 2011 Dubai champion, in Fridays semifinals. Wozniacki had little trouble dispatching 27th-ranked Sorana Cirstea of Romania 6-1, 6-2. "That was really pleasing, and I always know that Sorana can be a tricky opponent," Wozniacki said. "I felt like I served well and I put the pressure on her and played the way I wanted to play today." Although not guaranteed, Venus Williams wasnt opposed to thinking ahead to the possibility of an all-Williams final on Saturday. 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Montreal fell behind at PPL Park against Philadelphia after just 12 minutes when Sebastien Le Toux got on the end of a long ball from goalkeeper Zac MacMath, rounded an out-of-position Troy Perkins and fired into an empty net. Le Toux scored his second goal of the game in the 63rd minute when his shot from the top of the 18-yard box found space in between the Impact defenders before passing the goal line. "I wonder why we lost the game today. It seems like we cant get a little break," said Klopas. "We made two mistakes that cost us the game. In certain moments, we could have done better in the final third with our final pass that was a little bit off, but we controlled the game and got opportunities. We still have many games to play and we still have to be better in certain areas of our game." "It was one of our best games this year and I think we were the better team. Its frustrating because we walk away with no points," added midfielder Justin Mapp. "Im proud of the guys effort tonight." Chicago, meanwhile, will be looking for its second straight win in league play following a 1-0 result over the New York Red Bulls last Sunday at Toyota Park. Mike Magee netted the only goal of the contest in the 39th minute when he followed up his own missed penalty kick to beat New York goalkeeper Luis Robles. The deciding moment of the game did not come without its fair share of controversy as Quincy Amarikwa burst into the box and got tangled up with Red Bulls defender Ambroise Oyongo and went to ground, forcing referee Ted Unkel to make a decision and he pointed directly to the spot. Magee stepped up and ripped it toward the left side netted, but it was kept out by New York goalkeeper Luis Robles. Unfortunately for New York, Robles parried it back into the path of Magee and he slotted it into the empty net. "I think that any coach will say that if you feel you are good enough to get the second goal, you feel you can push on. I thought tonight we looked like we were going to get the second goal," said Fire head coach Frank Yallop. "I felt, not that we allowed our guys to go forward; you cant really coach much from the outside. I felt that they felt it. They felt like they wanted to go forward. They felt they could get the second goal, they felt confident they could keep the ball in the half of New York. If you look at the Red Bulls, they kept the ball well and they were dangerous, but we were solid and we defended at the right times. Sean [Johnson] made a great save on [Bradley] Wright-Philips, which was a good shot. It was an early shot and a good shot and he made a great save. I thought it was a good performance and I was proud of the way we played." Toronto FC at Sporting Kansas City Kansas City, KS - Sporting Kansas City and Toronto FC will renew their budding rivalry when the two sides meet at Sporting Park on Saturday. You can watch the game live on TSN2 starting at 8:30pm et/6:30pm pt or listen live on TSN Radio 1050 at 7:30pm et. The two clubs have met twice already this season with Sporting getting the better of the Canadian side by taking a total of four points. The two clubs played to a 2-2 draw at Sporting Park on May 23 before Kansas City claimed a controversial 2-1 win at BMO Field on July 26. The major talking point came in the opening period when Toronto, already one goal up, released Gilberto in behind the Sporting defense only to see Aurelien Collin trip up the Brazilian striker from behind. No foul was called and Collin was not sent off, and Sporting eventually grabbed two second-half goals en route to the victory. Sporting, entering the weekend in first place with 39 points, has not won a league game since that victory over TFC, so there is plenty of incentive for Peter Vermes men. "Weve got a lot to play for, and you cant go out in games and think that its just going to be a walkthrough, a walk in the park," Vermes said following his sides loss at Vancouver Whitecaps FC.dddddddddddd. "The mentality was not right. Obviously, the mentalitys been very good as of late, but its a thing that you have to bring consistently. When you dont, in this league, you get your butt handed to you." The recent slip-ups from Sporting has afforded Toronto a chance to close the gap, an opportunity it has taken as the Reds have claimed back-to-back wins. After suffering a 3-0 defeat to D.C. United, Toronto earned consecutive road victories, most recently notching a late goal to collect three points from a 3-2 win at the Columbus Crew. "We just want to try and evolve as a team," said TFC head coach Ryan Nelsen. "Every day, every week, we are trying to improve the team. We know we arent at the end product yet. We are still looking to always improve the team. "If you saw us in the start, you have seen a really nice improvement. We always want to try and get better and better, but there is still a lot we need to work on." The fact that both of Torontos most recent wins came on the road has given the club a bit of added confidence heading into a match at the fortress that is Sporting Park. "We do have a confidence about us when were away from home because we know we play a brand of football thats very dynamic," Nelsen said. "Its very attack- minded and it causes teams trouble away from home because a lot of teams, at home, open themselves up. At home, theyre a bit more carefree and open and we play an attacking brand of football that can hurt teams if theyre not in the right kind of organization." Vancouver Whitecaps at Chivas USA Carson, CA - Chivas USA will hope to put an end to a four- match losing streak in league play on Saturday on home soil when the Goats welcome Western Conference rivals Vancouver Whitecaps FC to the StubHub Center. You can watch the game live on TSN starting at 10:30pm et/7:30pm pt. Chivas looked to have turned a corner when the club ripped off a four-match winning run from June 28-July 12, but followed up that run of positive play with a four-match skid that dropped the club to the bottom of the Western Conference with 23 points. The Goats have been outscored 9-1 during the losing streak and havent found the back of the net in any of their past three matches. Last time out, the club was held off the score sheet in a 2-0 loss to the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. Diego Valeri opened the scoring for Portland after just 10 minutes as he took a pass from Diego Chara and advanced the ball to the edge of the penalty area before cutting it back onto his right foot and sending a dipping strike past Dan Kennedy. The Timbers found a second goal as Rodney Wallace got on the end of Fanendo Adis nifty chip and slammed home his first goal of the season. "It didnt go well the first half," said Chivas USA head coach Wilmer Cabrera. "Especially the first half we didnt play well. We were very tentative on the ball and we lost the ball in transitions and they took advantage of that and when they got the ball they put a little bit of pressure, and they went up 2-0. In the second half it was better, they were more comfortable, they waited for us and we didnt put any kind of pressure of scoring goals." After a streak of four consecutive draws, Vancouver came up with a huge 2-0 victory over the defending champion Sporting Kansas City last Sunday. Carl Robinsons club will be aiming for a second straight win against Chivas. Vancouver took the lead with some good fortune in the 17th minute as a misplayed defensive header by Sporting defender Igor Juliao looped over the head of a helpless Andy Gruenebaum for the own goal. The Whitecaps doubled the advantage without the help of the Sporting defense in the 39th minute as Pedro Morales dribbled toward goal and did well to pull Aurelien Collin out of position before sliding it over to Darren Mattocks for an easy finish. "I believed we could win the game if we did things right, because of the personnel that weve got," Robinson said. "We can cause any teams problems, and we showed that today. It couldve been four or five for us on another day, but well take the victory." The Whitecaps will be looking for some measure of revenge against Chivas as the Goats claimed a 3-1 win over the Whitecaps at BC Place back on July 12. 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