Andy Murray in action during his second round mixed doubles. AFP
Former world number one Andy Murray, who returned to tennis only a fortnight ago after what he called life-changing hip surgery, made a victorious return to Wimbledon, where he won two of his three Grand Slam singles titles. Partnering Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Murray notched up a four-set win in their first
London: Andy Murray’s management team confirmed on Tuesday that the three-times Grand Slam singles champion will be joining forces with Serena Williams in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon this year. The two-time Wimbledon champion’s partnership with seven-time winner Williams make them
London: Former world number one Andy Murray crowned a remarkable return to tennis with victory in the men’s doubles at the Queen’s Club tournament on Sunday. The 32-year-old Scotsman teamed up with Spanish partner Feliciano Lopez to take a 7-6 (8/6), 5-7, 10-5 win over Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram.
Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis submitted a request to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to consider his candidature for the post of the team's bowling coach. According to Geo News, Waqar is the most high profile applicant for the post.
Skipper Dimuth Karunaratne moved from his overnight 49 to score 65 and provided the only bit of resistance in the morning session, which saw 29.3 overs bowled. Boult took two early wickets in one over after Sri Lanka resumed the day at 85 for two. Dhananjaya de Silva on 32 and Dilruwan Perera on five were at the crease.
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood took five wickets for 30 runs, with England's collapse leaving them 112 runs behind after Australia made 179 in their first innings.