Tennis



Naomi Osaka focuses on Olympics after Wimbledon KO

Naomi Osaka focuses on Olympics after Wimbledon KO

Naomi Osaka rapidly switched her focus to the Paris Olympics after a chastening early exit from Wimbledon on Wednesday at the hands of America's Emma Navarro. The Japanese superstar, playing at the All England Club for the first time since 2019, went down 6-4, 6-1 in her second-round match on Centre Court in less than an hour.


Djokovic's Wimbledon rookie rival Jacob Fearnley

Djokovic's Wimbledon rookie rival Jacob Fearnley

Last Tuesday, a thrilling match was played out in the first round of Wimbledon between two tennis prospects: Alejandro Moro Cañas and Jacob Fearnley. The 22-year-old Scot, who emerged victorious and earned the prize of facing Novak Djokovic in the second round, has an interesting story behind him…


Novak Djokovic: Missing Wimbledon would not have been 'correct'

Novak Djokovic: Missing Wimbledon would not have been 'correct'

Novak Djokovic said Saturday it would not have been "correct" to miss Wimbledon despite having undergone knee surgery just over three weeks ago. The 37-year-old Serb, who is looking to equal Roger Federer's record of eight Wimbledon titles and become the oldest champion of the modern era, said he was driven by his "incredible desire to play and compete".












Andy Murray uncertain to play in fifth Olympics despite selection

Andy Murray uncertain to play in fifth Olympics despite selection

Andy Murray said Sunday he was "not 100 per cent sure" he will play at the Paris Olympics despite being selected just hours earlier for his fifth Games. Murray, who has said he intends to retire later this year, was granted an International Tennis Federation (ITF) place to compete at the Games despite his lowly singles ranking of 97 because he is a former Grand Slam winner and double-Olympic champion.