Bernard Tomic has won through to the third round of the Citi Open in Washington, beating Donald Young of the United States in straight sets. Stan Smith Solde Pas Cher .But the news wasnt so good for fellow Australians James Duckworth and John Millman, who were each beaten in the second round.Tomic, the No.3 seed, was forced to fight through a first set tiebreak, after dropping serve when up 5-4 in the opening set, before running out a 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 winner.He sent down 12 aces in the win, and rolled through the second set where he twice broke Youngs serve.Tomic will face Ivo Karlovic - who he holds a 2-1 win/loss record over - in the third round after the towering Croatian recorded a 6-3 7-6 (7-4) win over American Brian Baker.Meanwhile Duckworth struggled to handle big-serving American John Isner, winning just nine points on return in the 6-3 6-4 loss.No.1 seed Isner banged down 14 aces in the win, and dropped just three points on his first serve as he closed out the straight sets victory.Hell now face Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis in the third round, after Baghdatis breezed past Millman in straight sets 6-2 6-4.Isner joins fellow seeded players Steve Johnson, Borna Coric, Gael Monfils, Alexander Zverev, Benoit Paire and Gilles Muller in the third round after they all enjoyed straight sets wins on the day.Not so lucky was South African ninth seed Kevin Anderson, who fell 5-7 6-4 7-6 (7-3) to Tunisian Malek Jaziri in a two-and-a-half hour battle.Also exiting the tournament was Serbian Viktor Troicki, who was humbled by American qualifier Ryan Harrison 7-6 (7-4) 6-4.For world No.158 Harrison - who is still only 24 and was once considered a future star of American tennis - the win was sweet relief, especially as he only converted three of 22 break points.When youre in a situation like Im in - that you havent won a ton of matches - it seems like its tough to convert on opportunities. And its easy to get discouraged. You miss your first couple, and you feel like youve lost the match, he said. Basket Stan Smith Pas Cher . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. Stan Smith Soldes . After taking two big hits this week -- losing at home and dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back by playing its most complete game of the year. http://www.stansmithfrance.fr/ .S District Court against Major League Baseball, the Office of the Commissioner and his own union, the MLBPA.Bayern Munich midfielder Xabi Alonso thinks Pep Guardiola is ahead of his time, but might take a while to implement his style at Manchester City. Guardiola will leave the Allianz Arena this summer and replace Manuel Pellegrini at City.While his possession-based style has proved effective at both Barcelona and Bayern, Spanish midfielder Alonso says the initial transformation is not easy. Pep is ahead of his time, he told Sky Sports News HQ. He is very demanding of himself and his players, but once you get to know it [the style], then it is the way we like to play.He likes the team to be in control of the game because he thinks that is the best way to win games. During his time here he has built something, a style of play, I think many players will have learnt a lot and improved and for sure those fundamentals will be very useful in the future as well. Alonso (left) says Guardiola is very demanding of his players Guardiola joined Bayern in 2013 and looks to be on course for a third straight Bundesliga title, with his side five points clear with seven games left to play. Stan Smith Destockage. He will be replaced at the club by Carlo Ancelotti, but Alonso says: Nobody is thinking about next season, we are just thinking about the challenges we have right now.At the end we will have enough time to give him a proper farewell that he deserves. He will leave in the best manner, no doubt about it, and his time here will be a good one to remember. Also See: Right project key for Pellegrini Sterling faces eight weeks out WATCH: Pep clear out at City? Man City fixtures ' ' '