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Fight resumes for No. 1 spot at World Match Play

Fight resumes for No. 1 spot at World Match Play

England's Luke Donald has another chance to grab the world No. 1 spot off compatriot Lee Westwood at the World Match Play Championship, where he is bidding to complete a unique double in the one-on-one format.
The in-form pair top a star-studded 24-man field for the tournament at Spain's Costa del Sol, which returns to the European Tour after a year's absence.
Donald was in irrepressible form capturing the Accenture World Match Play title at Arizona in February and is looking to become the first player to win both match play tournaments.
Given his success in the match play format at recent Ryder Cups, the No. 2-ranked Donald is the man to beat this week, although Westwood has won his last two tournaments _ in Indonesia and South Korea.


Updated : 2021-06-22 10:29 GMT+08:00