- Wimbledon 2018 men’s singles final: How to watch Novak Djokovic vs Kevin Anderson live stream online via Hotstar, JioTV and Airtel TV
- Wimbledon 2018 semi-final Tennis live: How to watch Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic live stream online on Hotstar, Jio TV and Airtel TV
- Disaster-hit Fukushima to host 2020 Olympic torch relay
British No.1 Andy Murray has said he is not risking his Wimbledon and Olympic dream by playing through the pain in the French Open.
Murray was on the brink of pulling out during his second round match against Jarkko Nieminen after suffering severe back spasms.
He somehow battled on to win in four sets and will carry on today against Colombian Santiago Giraldo even though he has been suffering from ongoing back problems all season,The Daily Star reports.
Any further setbacks could ruin Murrays chances of success at his home Grand Slam and Olympics.
He said: Its a completely different thing to what I had beforehand. If it is just a muscle spasm,then thats nothing to be overly concerned by. I have had advice from some of the top surgeons and physios. Im confident that Im doing the right thing.
Im not doing any permanent damage by finishing a match like I did in the last round. If it was the same thing then,yes,I would be really,really concerned about Wimbledon and obviously the Olympics.