When the ATP Race standings were updated this week Andy Murray, the world No. 1, languished down at 13th. Unlike the actual world ranking that is a rolling 12-month points total, the Race standings are a gauge of form since January when everybody starts on zero. With the French Open starting on Sunday, Murray has accrued 1,210 to the 4,915 of Rafael Nadal and looks a pale imitation of the player who won his last 24 matches of 2016 to knock Novak Djokovic off his pedestal and seize power in men's tennis.
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova will decide this week whether she will make her comeback at the French Open