The fans' dissatisfaction seems to be a common thing for national coaches. The latest statements of 2014 World Cup hero Schweinsteiger and record international Matthaeus have become a serious problem for the world's longest-serving manager.
"We played in the juniors in the French Open, I lost but it was a close one," said Kenin. "I'm going to prepare for the final and I'm going to do my best."
Also on Sunday, helped by four players scoring in double digits, Sichuan defeated Henan 89-62. Enditem
Teenager Talles Magno, a key member of the Brazil team that won last year's under-17 World Cup, put Vasco ahead in the ninth minute at their Sao Januario stadium with an easy tap-in following Cayo Tenorio's cross.
Cao's contribution in scoring went on, while Luan Luan also stepped up to widen the gap to 12 points midway through the second quarter.
The Swiss kept trying to play the ball out from the back, but Spain didn't allow them any time on the ball and Sommer redeemed himself with a good save to parry Ferran Torres' header after a flowing move ended with Jesus Navas putting a good cross into the Swiss area.
"These days are a bit strange because it's a long time since I have not been called up," admitted Asensio on radio station Onda Cero.
Mori said last month that Bach expected to visit Japan in late October.
Playing with bench players on the court, Sichuan didn't surrender its advantage, extending it to 25 points at the break.
The start of the race was done in smaller groups of a few hundred people, as opposed to the usual big launch of several thousand.
Earlier on Thursday, Paraguay drew 2-2 at home to Peru and Uruguay beat Chile 2-1 in Montevideo.