World No 2's lace outfit and skin-coloured underwear turn heads as American breezes into third round
Andy Murray has been insisting that he has not been concerned by his lack of victories on clay this season and the Scot showed at the Madrid Masters last night that there is little wrong with his current form. Murray recorded only his second win of the clay-court season when he beat Argentina's Juan Ignacio Chela 6-3, 6-3. He now plays Romania's Victor Hanescu in the third round.
Serena Williams produced a battling display yesterday to overcome thigh and back injuries and beat Vera Dushevina at the Madrid Open, recovering from a set and a match point down to win 6-7, 7-6, 7-6.
Jelena Jankovic destroyed the prospect of an all-Williams semi-final at the Italian Open by blitzing Venus 6-0, 6-1 in Rome last night.
Fit-again former champion insists it is too early to talk of winning tournaments
British women's No 3 capitulates to Portuguese 16-year-old at French Open
Twelve months after winning Britain's first title at SW19 in 20 years, Jamie Murray is looking for a repeat.