Djokovic, Muguzura, Nadal in action at French Open

Schwartzman, who is ranked 41st, clinched the first set 7-5. The second seed started well, although his opponent was playing with freedom and finding the lines. "I went on court thinking it was going to be a tough match ". "Rafa is playing his best tennis at present on clay". This update corrects spelling of Basilashvili .

Embarrassed Basilashvili determined to learn from Nadal thrashing

But maintaining such intensity over five sets is extremely hard and one of the reasons the format favours the top players. "I don't know if it was perfection", Nadal, who turns 31 on Saturday, said. A little surprisingly, he will next face not the young No16 seed Lucas Pouille but Ramos-Vinolas, who survived the French crowd, five sets, and three and three-quarter hours, 6-2, 3-6, 5-7, 6-2, 6-1.

ESPN's Sarah Spain Breaks Down Game 1 of the NBA Finals

Smith and Tristan Thompson did. But one thing she did not do was heckle Kevin Durant . Given the collective star power of the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers , the NBA Finals were expected to rescue an altogether terrible postseason, making folks forget all about the blowouts, the injuries, the lack of drama that characterizes these playoffs.

Jeff Van Gundy: Warriors Can Reach '8-to-10 Straight Finals'

The Golden State Warriors face the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday i. Let the Warriors shoot 50 percent, they're nearly certainly going to win. Green said he has moved on from the suspension, but has taken lessons with him. "Just challenge him, just like you do with any other really good player", Durant said.

NBA Finals focus: Breaking down Warriors' Game 1 win

Back in 2012, LeBron and the Heat and recovered from a Game 1 beatdown and won the series with four straight victories. Khloe Kardashian Pregnant With Tristan Thompson's Kid? Fans should have known that this game would belong to Rihanna when theAnti singer caught the attention of ESPN commentator and former coach Jeff Van Gundy at the same time as a magnificent dunk by LeBron James .

Indy 500 champ never takes the back seat

Indy 500 champ never takes the back seat

The past two Indy 500 champions, Alexander Rossi and Takuma Sato , were not anywhere near favorites to win the race, as you can see with the various piece of evidence from above. "I was questioning myself, 'Why am I racing in here?' There's still 250,000 people living in temporary housing today". Of course there was Dan Wheldon's win in 2005 and Dario Franchitti's in 2007, but the fact that the squad has wrapped up three of the last four 500s is more than coincidence.