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Andy Murray sees off Kei Nishikori at French Open

Andy Murray sees off Kei Nishikori at French Open

But Murray responded by taking the second set easily and stormed through a third-set tie-break before finishing off a tiring Nishikori to seal a fourth successive semi-final appearance in Paris . He added with a smile: "I mean, always, you know, when we play, it's always a battle". The Briton will now hope to replicate last year's win over Wawrinka at the same stage, one of his best performances on clay.


LeBron James says he never played for a

LeBron James says he never played for a "super team". Really?

Not many were happy with Kevin Durant's decision to join Golden State Warriors past year. The Golden State Warriors are on the cusp of a dynastic situation. Speaking on ESPN and BT Sport, he added: "I've got the best job in the world, these guys are so gifted, so committed to each other and so unselfish".



Mickelson officially withdraws from US Open

Na later insisted he had not intended the video as a criticism of US Open organisers but had merely sought to demonstrate that the fescue was "a little overdone". Lefty already had missed the U.S. Open in 1993 when he lost in playoff at sectional qualifying. A field of 156 players will chase the $12 million total purse, of which $2.16 million and 600 FedExCup points will go to the victor.



Johnson on course, opens with a par

However, the U.S. PGA Tour confirmed he will not start. Johnson, who missed the U.S. Masters after hurting his back, failed to make the halfway cut at the Memorial tournament last week while McIlroy has not played in almost a month, since reporting back problems at the Players Championship.