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Davies Eyes Munich

Laura Davies is looking for a double when she tees up at week’s UniCredit Ladies Open presented by Audi in

The 79-time tournament champion is to retain the title she won so impressively at Gut Häusern 12 months ago.

The Englishwoman came from shots behind at the midway finishing with a 68 for an 11-under to end two ahead of compatriot Melissa and three ahead of third-round Ashleigh Simon of South

“I’m looking forward to it. The is in, if anything, better shape last year, because we had so rain. It’s the same good memories from year,” said Davies, playing in the Pro Am with one of her FC Liverpool Karl-Heinz Riedle.

“The is playing a lot shorter. We got pin high on 16, one, seven, it’s to be a fun tournament.”

She rated the event as one of the best in “Look at the infrastructure. You’ve got all lovely villages; lots of There are really good Audi, driving us around, us to drive their fabulous It’s just got a nice to it.”

She has recently taken of an Audi RS5, to which she upgraded the Audi A5 convertible she won last

Davies added that Sandra Gal may be the favourite after the Kia Classic in March. The world is playing in her homeland for the first since turning professional years ago.

“There are so good players here week I’d say it’s impossible to say who the is going to be. Sandra Gal maybe be a pick because she just won in I’d put Sandra Gal out there as the one to beat.”

Gal hopes that she can enjoy the sort of success as compatriot Kaymer, the recent World and Ryder Cup player.

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She joined the European Tour after her in America and now has a chance to play for Solheim Cup side in Ireland September.

Gal said: “It is a great to represent Europe and I would to do it. If I carry on playing well, I I will get the chance to play.”

Alexis ‘Lexi’ Thompson also make her event and her first start since she a share of the 54-hole lead at the LPGA Classic in Mobile, a month ago.

The 16-year-old made a strong run at winning the Masters in France last before finishing in a tie for second.

She has a to become the youngest ever on the Tour as she is currently younger Amy Yang, who holds the record for the 2006 ANZ Ladies Masters 16 years, six months and eight

The tournament takes place four rounds from to Sunday, with live coverage on Sky in Germany.

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