Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in action against Tamara Zidansek during their French Open semi-finals. Reuters
Novak Djokovic can become only the second man in history to have twice held all four Grand Slam titles at the same time with victory at the French Open.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will set their sights on more Grand Slam history at the French Open as Roland Garros embraces a new but eerily empty era of night time tennis.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal recorded new French Open landmarks as they moved effortlessly into the fourth round on Saturday, setting up intriguing duels with a pair of Italian teenagers seen as heir apparents to the Grand Slam superstars.
Rafael Nadal reached the French Open semi-finals for the 14th time on Wednesday, setting up a potential blockbuster against Novak Djokovic, while Maria Sakkari stunned defending champion Iga Swiatek. Nadal, chasing a 14th title in Paris and record-setting 21st Grand Slam,
Trézéguet personally chose the hospital, which treats children who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Creative Force continued his sensational season as he bravely beat Naval Crown to provide Charlie Appleby with a 1-2 in the G3 Jersey Stakes on day five of Royal Ascot, on Saturday.
Chandigarh on Saturday bid a tearful farewell to ‘Flying Sikh’ Milkha Singh (91), who passed away at the PGI Hospital here after a prolonged battle with Covid-19 late on Friday night.