The world No.431 held on in the second set until midway through before Sousa was able to press home his advantage
He continued to press home his advantage
and led 65-31.
Britain's world number two, who has one eye on next week's Davis Cup final in Belgium, looked distracted, surrendering nine points in a row early in the second set, and Nadal needed no second invitation to press home his advantage
It was just after the worst of it was over Froome put in a burst of acceleration to leave Alberto Contador (Team Saxo-Tinkoff) and Astana rider Nibali behind, although he did not press home his advantage
- a stage win was not on the agenda.
After seeing his lead at the top of the 2013 money-list slashed to just PS11,929 as Peter Fowler claimed the French Riviera Masters two weeks ago, Wesselingh is doubly determined to press home his advantage
on native soil at the Hurworth venue.
Flinn tried to press home his advantage
in the seventh but ran straight onto heavy blows from Anwar that floored him twice.
The Prime Minister must today press home his advantage
by demonstrating the value of a Labour Government.
Capitalising on the Government's problems, the Tory leader was set to criticise Labour for the UK's ever-increasing tax and household bills and will use today's 18-point opinion poll lead and the continuing fall-out over the 10p row to press home his advantage
But as was the case at Queen's Club recently, lack of big-match fitness and experience told as the gallant Murray (pictured) failed to press home his advantage
and went down 6-7 1-6 6-0 6-4 6-1 to the Argentinian baseliner.
He rushed his work at times in the second half of the fight when he looked to press home his advantage
, but his better skills earned him a deserved 59-56 verdict from referee Sean Messer.
Sullivan tried to press home his advantage
in the fourth round but he caught his legs in the ropes when Hesselle attempted a flip off the ropes and landed head first to be counted out.
O'Neil's swashbuckling all-out potting style had served him well in previous rounds, racking up notable scalps such as Steve Burnett, Paul Stephenson and Geoff Hearfield - but as the accuracy of his shots dipped slightly in the final Rutherford countered superbly and a combination of O'Neil's snooker and billiards background and his subsequent relative lack of pool experience meant he found himself on a sharp learning curve attempting to muster a plan 'B' and Rutherford was able to press home his advantage
to take the title.