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French Open 2017: Rafael Nadal & Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros quarter-finals

Rafael Nadal has lost only two matches at the French Open since debuting in 2005



Rafael Nadal continued his superb form with a dominant 6-1 6-2 6-2 win over Roberto Bautista Agut to move easily into the French Open quarter-finals.

Second seed Novak Djokovic remains on course to face Nadal in the semi-finals after a 7-6 (7-5) 6-1 6-3 win against 19th seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas.

Read more: French Open 2017: Rafael Nadal & Novak Djokovic in Roland Garros quarter-finals

Australian Open tennis junior champion avoids match-fix conviction

Oliver Anderson beat Uzbekistan's Jurabek Karimov to the 2016 Australian Open boys' singles title



Former Australian Open tennis junior champion Oliver Anderson has avoided a conviction for match-fixing.

Anderson, 19, admitted throwing the first set of a match at the Traralgon Challenger tournament in Australia last October.

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Novak Djokovic hires Andre Agassi; loses Italian Open final to Alexander Zverev

Andre Agassi with Novak Djokovic after the Serb's 2013 Australian Open win



World number two Novak Djokovic said Andre Agassi will be his new coach after the Serb lost in the Italian Open final to Alexander Zverev.

The 12-time Grand Slam winner parted company with his entire coaching team earlier in May.

Read more: Novak Djokovic hires Andre Agassi; loses Italian Open final to Alexander Zverev

Italian Open: Andy Murray expects to turn form around after Fabio Fognini defeat

Andy Murray has now lost five of his last 10 matches



World number one Andy Murray can find "no reason" for his "struggle" with form following defeat in the second round of the Italian Open.

The 30-year-old lost 6-2 6-4 to Fabio Fognini in Rome and has now won one title from eight events in 2017.

Read more: Italian Open: Andy Murray expects to turn form around after Fabio Fognini defeat

Roger Federer: Swiss 18-time Grand Slam winner to miss French Open

Roger Federer won the Miami Open at the start of April



Eighteen-time major winner Roger Federer will sit out the French Open and the rest of the clay-court season.

The 35-year-old, fifth in the world rankings, says he made the decision in an attempt to continue playing on the ATP Tour "for many years to come".

Read more: Roger Federer: Swiss 18-time Grand Slam winner to miss French Open


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