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The highlights came in thick and fast during the second set with the Aussie

producing another high-flying jumping winner.

BuAsked if the man was yelling religious terms, Mr O'Shaughnessy said: "I don't
want to put my name to that kind of thing".

Police confirmed later on Tuesday that a 21-year-old man from the western Sydney
suburb of Marayong was in custody after the incident.

A 41-year-old woman had been taken to hospital in a stable condition with a stab
wound to her back.

A police spokesperson also confirmed that the body of a second unidentified woman,
21, had been found inside a unit on Clarence St.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said the men were heroes "of the highest
order".

"Three members of the public, who can only be described as heroes of the highest
order, have engaged this 21-year-old man and have placed him essentially under
arrest even though he was brandishing a large butchers knife and was clearly
dangerous," he told reporters on Tuesday night.

Seven Network cameraman Paul Walker - who filmed the 21-year-old man being detained
- said the man was "full of blood".

"The guy with the knife just kept running and stopping and running and stopping,"
he told reporters.

"Someone grabbed a milk crate and smacked it over his head."

"I'm a religious guy myself, I'm Christian, I'm proud of it, but it doesn't define
me, everyone has a different faith, but that is radicalism, that's not faith."
Examples of exercises would be bicycles with the sit up performed on an angle, or
standing with weights in either hand and slightly bending side by side.

�It doesn�t have to be taxing, but you just need to switch on those core muscles in
a different way that then brings out the definition.
After a lacklustre showing in his last outing at the Canadian Open, thanks to the
towels, Kyrgios was back to his blistering best.

The fiery Aussie produced several highlights as he claimed the 7-5, 6-4 victory
over his Italian opponent Lorenzo Sonego.

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But it was his first serve that proved to be the catalyst for the victory with
Kyrgios winning a staggering 90 per cent of points on his first serve.

At one point midway through the second set he had served eight times and won seven
of those games to love.

Video footage from the scene shows a number of men in pursuit of the alleged
knifeman.

One of those men, Jamie Ingram, said he didn't think of his own safety.

"I followed him up York St trying to get him to focus on me rather than anyone
else," he told the Nine Network.

"There are lots of pedestrians there, and I didn't want him to sort of lash out at
them. I wasn't scared, just wasn't really focused on that. I was just focused on
what I was doing."

Superintendent Gavin Wood of NSW Police hailed the group as "heroes".

"They were brave and I can only use that word seriously. They were significantly
brave people," he said.

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