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George Coetzee holds a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Turkish Airlines Open, where Lee Westwood failed to capitalise on a fast start. Latest leaderboard Turkish Airlines Open The South African fired eight birdies on his way to a seven-under 64 in Antalya to sit one clear of nearest challenger Thorbjorn Olesen, with Westwood six off the pace following an up-and-down 70.Top seed Danny Willett, who needs a top-five finish to reclaim top spot in the Race to Dubai standings, sits in the group on two under, while defending champion Victor Dubuisson stuttered to a one-over 72. Willett currently lies second in the Race to Dubai standings Beginning at the 11th tee, Coetzee posted three birdies in a four-hole stretch before carding his only blemish of the day at the 17th. Four more gains along the front nine were followed by a 15-footer at the 10th to set the clubhouse target. Ive been really lucky to get in to this event and Im just trying to make the most of it, Coetzee told Sky Sports. Ive been playing better in the past three or four weeks and it was just a question of putting everything together. Live European Tour Golf November 4, 2016, 9:00am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass A bogey-free 65 lifted Olesen to outright second ahead of Bernd Wiesberger, Matteo Manassero, Haotong Li and Jorge Campillo - who aced the par-three 14th on his way to ending the day five under.Westwood, who has been working with former snooker professional Chris Henry to work on his game, was within one of the early leaders after firing four birdies over the front nine. Westwood sits in a tie for 30th after the opening day The Englishman then double-bogeyed the 10th and carded three more bogeys along the closing stretch to slip down the leaderboard.Willett birdied the last to close his two-under 69, with Ryder Cup team mate Andy Sullivan ending the day level par and Alfred Dunhill Links champion Tyrrell Hatton a further stroke back.Watch the Turkish Airlines Open throughout the week live on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf. Live coverage begins on Friday from 10am. Or watch the whole tournament with a NOW TV week pass - £10.99, no contract. Also See: Latest leaderboard 2015 recap: Dubuissons win European Tour latest news Golf live on Sky Sports Deividas Sirvydis Jersey . Ferrer will play Mikhail Youzhny on Sunday after he defeated Dmitry Tursunov 6-2, 6-4 in an all-Russian semifinal. "Youzhny is a good player," Ferrer said. Isiah Thomas Jersey . 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Now they are becoming a good defensive team. The Warriors used half-court defensive pressure to beat the Magic 94-81 on Tuesday night. "Defence is not something were known for," said forward David Lee, who led the Warriors with 22 points. "Everyone looks at our team and the ability to shoot the ball and score, but were a Top 10 defensive team too." The Warriors limited Orlando to 38 per cent shooting and led by 12 early in the first quarter and 23 at halftime. They were so comfortable with their defence that when Orlando made its only run of the game late in the third quarter, the reserves stayed on the floor and finished out the game. "Thats the 14th time weve held a team under 40 per cent so weve got to get some recognition as far as the way we defend," Golden State Coach Mark Jackson said. "We defended from the opening jump and were really locked in the whole night." The win was Golden States sixth straight, the first time the Warriors have won that many in a row in six years. Klay Thompson scored 15 points, Kent Bazemore had 12 and Marreese Speights 10 for Golden State, which survived a rash of turnovers (17) to shoot 48.8 per cent for the game. "It starts defensively when we get stops," said Stephen Curry, who had nine points, eight assists and five rebounds, but sat out the fourth quarter along with the rest of the Warriors starters. "That leads to better offensive possessions and its fun. Were enjoying ourselves out there." It was anything but fun for the Magic, who were trying for a season-best third straight victory, but felll well short.ddddddddddddArron Afflalo led Orlando with 15 points, Jameer Nelson had 11 and Glen Davis 10, but the Magic got down early and never made a serious run the entire game. "There has to be accountability everywhere," Davis said. "Thats what has to happen for us to be a team that people take seriously. The Magic lost their leading rebounder, centre Nikola Vucevic, in the middle of the first quarter with a sprained ankle. That was part of the reason Golden State dominated the glass, outrebounding Orlando 56-37. "Hes one of the best centres in the NBA, but he wasnt there so we cant sit and make excuses," said Tobias Harris, who led the team with nine rebounds. "Thats the NBA. Somebody gets hurt, just keep playing. Were better than that and we know were better than that." The Warriors used a 16-2 run in the middle of the first quarter to take a 22-10 lead and never let the advantage get under 10 the rest of the game. Sparked by Nelsons two 3-pointers, the Magic pulled to 74-59 at the end of the third quarter. Harris layup to start the fourth quarter made it a 13-point game, but that was as close as Orlando could come. Golden State shut the Magic down early, trapping Orlando ballhandlers and making the Magic take many attempts late in the shot clock. Orlando shot 38.2 per cent for the game. NOTES: Vucevic injured his left ankle in the first quarter after stepping on Andrew Boguts foot. 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