Roger Federer celebrates after beating Borna Coric in their third round Italian Open match on Thursday. Reuters
Roger Federer moved into the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament for the 69th time on Saturday, overcoming a raucous home crowd and the last British man
London: Roger Federer is still not sure whether he will compete at the Tokyo Olympics, saying on Saturday that he and his team plan to “reassess the situation after Wimbledon.”
Roger Federer avoided a major setback in his preparations for Wimbledon as he scrapped to a 7-6 (7/5), 4-6, 7-5 victory over Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the second round of the ATP event in Halle on Thursday. Federer, 37, appeared firmly on course for a place in the quarter-finals at a set and a break up before an impressive
Roger Federer beat Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in three sets 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, to enter the semi-final of the grass tournament in Halle, Germany on Friday. The Swiss maestro Federer had previously sent John Millman and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga home to hunt for his thirteenth spot in the finals in Halle.
Lee is widely regarded as one of City’s greatest players of all time, having scored 148 goals in 330 appearances for the club in a trophy-laden eight-year spell between 1967 and 1974.
Cody’s Wish put his Whitney Stakes defeat firmly behind him as he comfortably saw off Accretive in the G2 Vosburgh Stakes at Aqueduct in US on Sunday. Dropping back to seven furlongs, Cody’s Wish was slow from the gates and raced in a clear last before Junior Alvarado rushed the four-time G1 winner
Team Sweden’s Jonas Andersson clinched the UIM F1H2O World Championship for the second time on Sunday with a convincing victory in the Regione Sardegna Grand Prix of Italy. Andersson’s start-to-finish success in Olbia also puts Team Sweden in a strong position to secure the team title won for the last
Meydan Racecourse, home of the $30.5 million Dubai World Cup meeting, will host the Emirates Sprint Series races after Dubai Racing Club comes on board for the second edition of the series. The organising committee of the Emirates Sprint Series has confirmed that Dubai Racing Club will be part of the ambitious