Andy Murray uncertain to play in fifth Olympics despite selection

Andy Murray uncertain to play in fifth Olympics despite selection

Andy Murray said Sunday he was "not 100 per cent sure" he will play at the Paris Olympics despite being selected just hours earlier for his fifth Games. Murray, who has said he intends to retire later this year, was granted an International Tennis Federation (ITF) place to compete at the Games despite his lowly singles ranking of 97 because he is a former Grand Slam winner and double-Olympic champion.







Coco Gauff: lack of video replays in tennis 'ridiculous'

Coco Gauff: lack of video replays in tennis 'ridiculous'

Coco Gauff called for video replays to be used for contentious decisions in tennis after having a heated exchange with the chair umpire during her French Open semi-final loss to Iga Swiatek on Thursday. In the fourth game of the second set of Gauff's 6-2, 6-4 defeat, the umpire overruled a call of 'out' for a Swiatek serve, before awarding the world number one the point. Gauff protested that the original call from the line judge came before she had completed her attempted return which went wide.




Novak Djokovic sows French Open doubt after knee injury

Novak Djokovic sows French Open doubt after knee injury

Novak Djokovic cast doubt over his French Open hopes after admitting he needed anti-inflammatory medication to treat a knee injury as he pulled off another astonishing escape in a five-set victory over Francisco Cerundolo on Monday. The world number one outlasted Argentine 23rd seed Cerundolo 6-1, 5-7, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 for his record 370th win in a Grand Slam match as he reached a 15th consecutive French Open quarter-final.