Thursday, August 17, 2017 | ePaper

Murray crashes out of Monte Carlo

  • Print

Andy Murray surrendered a 4-0 lead in the decisive third set on his way to defeat at the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday as the world number one's 2017 season hit another setback.
Murray suffered a shock third-round loss to Spain's 15th seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 in more than two and a half hours.
Ramos-Vinolas toppled the Scottish top seed on his second match point to progress to the quarter-finals on the Monaco clay for the first time at the French Open warm-up event.

More News For this Category

Bangladesh National U-15 Football team reaches Nepal

Sports Reporter :Bangladesh National Under-15 Football team left the city for Nepal on Wednesday to take part in the SAFF Under-15 Championship scheduled to be held from August 18 to

Manchester City's Leroy Sane (right) duels for the ball against Girona's Douglas Luiz during the Costa Brava trophy friendly soccer match between Girona and Manchester City at the Montilivi stadium in Girona, Spain on Tuesday

Manchester City's Leroy Sane (right) duels for the ball against Girona's Douglas Luiz during the Costa Brava trophy friendly soccer match between Girona and Manchester City at the Montilivi stadium in Girona, Spain on Tuesday

JFA Cup U-14 Women's National Football to begin Sunday

JFA Cup U-14 Women's National Football to begin Sunday

The JFA Cup U-14 Women's National Football Championship will begin on Sunday (August 20) at six separate venues across the country with the participation of 36 teams, said a Walton

'Aunt' Venus preparing for Serena's baby and US Open

 AFP, Cincinnati :Wimbledon and Australian Open runner-up Venus Williams is preparing this week for the US Open and to become a new aunt with sister Serena giving birth to a

Expectant Serena aims for 'outrageous' Australian Open comeback

AFP, Los Angeles :Serena Williams, feeling "new power" from her pregnancy, is already preparing for an Australian Open title defense in January. In a wide-ranging interview with Vogue touching on

NSC postpones BHF Executive Committee election

Sports Reporter :National Sports Council (NSC) has postponed the election of the Executive Committee of Bangladesh Football Federation (BHF) due to flood situation of the country on Wednesday. Election Commissioner

Bayern expected to win sixth straight title

AFP, Berlin :Bayern Munich kick off the new Bundesliga season on Friday with the coaches of 13 of their 17 rivals expecting them to dominate again -- although Usain Bolt's

Sharapova receives US Open wildcard

Sharapova receives US Open wildcard

Five-time major champion Maria Sharapova of Russia will play her first Grand Slam event since serving a 15-month doping suspension after receiving a wildcard Tuesday into the US Open. The

Thailand's Rojnaree Taweechai (right) battles for control the ball with Indonesia's Ivy Nernie Priscilla at the women's water polo round robin during South East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Wednesday.

Thailand's Rojnaree Taweechai (right) battles for control the ball with Indonesia's Ivy Nernie Priscilla at the women's water polo round robin during South East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Wednesday.

ACC AGM held in Colombo

The 34th Annual General meeting of the Asian Cricket Council was held recently in Colombo Sri Lanka recently. The meeting was chaired by incoming ACC President Najam Sethi of Pakistan