(AFP) - French Davis Cup captain Yannick Noah hailed Richard Gasquet's progress to the Roland Garros quarter-finals as the 29-year-old tries to become the country's first male Grand Slam singles champion since 1983. Noah's triumph at the French ... Times of India, 1 month ago
The weather is not getting any better at the French Open. Two of the most promising players in tennis have kicked off the action at the French Open on Saturday. Austria's Dominic Thiem returns the ball to Germany's Alexander Zverev during ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago
COMMENT It's July 1, but anyone broadly interested in motorsport could be forgiven for thinking it's April 1. There's been talk of IndyCars on the Gold Coast again and endless reports linking Daniel Ricciardo to Ferrari next year as a ...RedBook.com.au, 3 weeks ago
Reuters If it was not for a rain delay, Richard Gasquet said, he would not have made it to the last eight of his home grand slam for the first time in 13 attempts on Sunday. Photo by: Jacky Naegelen Paris - If it was not for a rain delay, Richard ...Sunday Tribune, 1 month ago Rain interruption was crucial, says Gasquet Yahoo! India, 1 month ago Tennis-Rain interruption was crucial, says Gasquet Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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