Two out of three ain’t bad – a tour de force for British sport
If you can’t find the stars here, import them, the Cuban dance legend tells Adam Sherwin
World No 1’s regular appeals to the umpire and his second-set reverse showed uncharacteristic frailty
Andy Murray had not played for a month after injury forced him to miss the French Open but the 26-year-old Scot made the perfect return to competition here by winning two matches in one afternoon.
The collision of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic here in the semi-finals of the French Open has looked as inevitable as a rush-hour traffic jam on the Périphérique and the two juggernauts duly booked their showdown. Nadal, the seven-times champion of Roland Garros, and Djokovic, the world No 1, will meet on Friday for the right to face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or David Ferrer in Sunday's final.
Australian retires from French with injury while his dad and coach is suspended over butting
The Spaniard looks back to his best after seven months out injured and is strong favourite to win another French Open title
Former champion says new engines will make ‘brain power’ as vital as horsepower for drivers
The new world number two spent time practising on clay in the USA
The British number one is currently ranked second in the world
Serb turned ankle on Davis Cup duty
Unleashing a soloist to wander through Vivaldi is a stroke of genius – but does ‘The Four Seasons’ also need six dancers?
The Duke and Duchess were both in TV ads, she for hair gel, he for Flash and Jaffa Cakes
Roger Federer has carried the Swiss flag at the opening ceremony at the last two Olympics, but the world No 1 revealed last night that on this occasion he has ceded the honour to the man who helped him to win his only gold medal at the Games four years ago.
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