Nadal and Djokovic on French Open collision course

Nadal and Djokovic on French Open collision course

One prominent name absent from Paris is Roger Federer . The 47-year-old Agassi will not stay in Paris for the duration of the French Open . He suffered an embarrassing end to his hard-court season against Vasek Pospisil and struggled to find any consistent form on clay after recovering from an elbow injury.

Vettel on top in second practice

A few hours later the head-scratching began. Britain's triple champion Hamilton was way back as eighth fastest. Describing it as a "night and day" difference from one session to the other, he said he did not fully understand what had gone wrong.

No easy starts for top guns at the French Open

After finishing 2016 on such a high and usurping Djokovic at the top of the rankings, Murray has found it hard to get going this season. "I expect to play, I should be OK but I am waiting for another ultra-sound on Saturday", she said.

Alexander Zverev defeated Novak Djokovic in Rome Masters final

Djokovic had said the "shock therapy" of splitting with his backroom team, including Marian Vajda - who has been with him through nearly all of his career - would help achieve better results. It will also add credibility to the belief by many tennis experts that Zverev will reach No. 1 some day. "Unfortunately this week you didn't win, but I'm sure as we get closer to Paris you'll be one of the favourites for the title".

Ben Stokes Declared Fit For Second ODI Against South Africa

If Jonny [Bairstow] comes in as the batter, I'm sure he'll perform; if not the other bowlers will perform too". Victory put England 1-0 up with two to play and was a shot in the arm for Eoin Morgan's men ahead of next week's start of the Champions Trophy on home soil.