Novak Djokovic's former coach Boris Becker has told CNN Novak Djokovic has to "sacrifice everything" to win his next Grand Slam tournament.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- The decision-making by Nick Kyrgios in a five-set loss Wednesday at the Australian Open led John McEnroe to lash out against the polarizing hometown player. After losing his first service game of the fourth set, Kyrgios appeared to lose some competitiveness against his opponent, Andreas Seppi. "Even I'm at a loss for words," said McEnroe, who was broadcasting the match for Eurosport. "Overall I would call it a damn shame because I think he's the most talented guy in the world [at] 21 and under -- maybe even at 29 and under. "He could be the best player in the world, but mentally he's No. 200 in the world, and I think at critical moments it showed." Later, down a break
British police investigating allegations of widespread child sex abuse at soccer clubs dating back to the 1970s said on Wednesday they had now identified 184 potential suspects and 526 victims, adding other sports had also been implicated in the scandal. Police forces across the country launched inquiries after former player Andy Woodward revealed in November he had been abused as a boy by a youth team coach, prompting other ex-professionals to come forward with allegations. Victims say the scale of wrongdoing is likely to be worse than in the case of TV star Jimmy Savile, a cigar-chomping BBC television host who abused hundreds of youngsters over six decades until his death in 2011.