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Miguel Angel Jimenez
Noisy fans urge Europe on at start of singles

GLENEAGLES Scotland (Reuters) - Thousands of excited fans thronged the first tee three and a half hours before the start of the 12 final-day singles matches as the anticipation built at the 40th Ryder Cup on Sunday. The European supporters, confident their team would not let slip a 10-6 overnight lead, belted out soccer-style chants at the top of their voices from the huge grandstands on a sunny day at Gleneagles. "If you're not excited by all this you must be dead," four-times Europe captain Tony Jacklin told Sky Sports television. "It's an incredible atmosphere and they've been here since first thing this morning. "They will be thinking Paul...