Roger Federer serves against Casper Ruud during their third round match of the French Open tennis at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on Friday. Associated Press
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.
Excited crowds, held back by officers, cheered and shouted the team captain's name Babar Azam, as the Pakistanis arrived at the airport in the southern city of Hyderabad for the ODI World Cup, which opens on Oct.5.
Glenn Maxwell returned career-best figures of 4-40 to end Australia's five-match losing streak with a consolation 66-run win over India in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) on Wednesday night.
The deal comes after four months of deadlock between the Pakistan Cricket Board and players, and for the first time will see them get a share of the country's payout from the International Cricket Council.