Sport: Tennis

Given a superb string of wins in the latter half of 2017, the 31-year-old Kevin Anderson has moved into an 11th spot.
Last week, Anderson lifted the Mubadala World Tennis Championship crown in Abu Dhabi in his final event for 2017.
The tournament's number one seed was due to play Frenchman Gael Monfils on Friday evening in Doha. Instead, wildcard Monfils proceeds straight to Saturday's final.
Cilic, the world number six and overwhelming pre-tournament favourite, comfortably took the first set 6-1 but Simon stunned the 2014 US Open champion to win the next two 6-3, 6-2.
The Russian will return to the top 50 next week with the Australian Open looming at the end of the month.
The 30-year-old, currently ranked 112 in the world, failed a dope test for the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide while playing at the Bastad tournament in Sweden in July.
Rublev, the current world number 39, will see his ranking rise to at least 33 after Doha.
Cilic, the 2014 US Open Champion, smashed seven aces as he won the quarter-final match in just over an hour.
The former number one will face the Czech sixth seed and defending champion Katerina Siniakova in the last four in southern China.
Former world number one Andy Murray has not played on the ATP tour since losing in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.
The Asian number one has not played competitively since last August after suffering a torn tendon in his right wrist during a practice session at Cincinnati.
Anderson earlier on Wednesday reached the quarter-finals of the ATP Maharashtra Open in Pune.
Djokovic, now ranked 12th in the world, will play in the Kooyong Classic in Melbourne and then at the Tie Break Tens tournament at Melbourne Park.
The Austrian is one of only two seeds left in the competition and could face the other, veteran Frenchman Richard Gasquet in the last eight.
Coric saved three match points and came from a set behind to win in a final set tie-break 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (10/8) to record a notable victory in an enthralling match.
Andy Murray issued a statement Tuesday announcing his withdrawal from the tournament, and did not say whether he would be able to play the year's first Grand Slam.
Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza
The 29-year-old gave her country an early lead in their Group A tie with Belgium, beating the emerging Elise Mertens in a tough two-set match.
The world number five was pushed hard by his opponent, especially in the first set where Donskoy threatened an early upset.
Halep won the first set with the help of an aggressive forehand and opened the second set with a crunching backhand.
The 31-year-old Anderson, who had lost to Bautista Agut in their only previous head-to-head, started strongly by breaking the 29-year-old Spaniard in the opening game.
World number 15 Tsonga, who won the Doha tournament in 2012, struggled with a right knee problem in October.
The 36-year-old, who has won an Open-era record 23 Grand Slam singles titles, will take on reigning French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko.
'It was a tough 2017 and I need to take my calendar in a different way in order to be ready,' Nadal told the Mubadala World Tennis Championships website. would like to send you push notifications.
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