Serbs successful in fourth round at French Open
PARIS ó Nursing a sore shoulder, Jelena Jankovic won one point with broken strings, another after falling down and the last one despite blowing a big lead.
Ana Ivanovic had a much easier time, sweeping every game.
And when the tennis turned tense for Novak Djokovic, he defiantly pounded his chest and whacked winners.
In succession on center court, the three Serbs advanced Sunday to the quarterfinals at the French Open.
Three-time defending champion Rafael Nadal returned to the quarterfinals by beating fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco 6-1, 6-0, 6-2. It was Nadalís most lopsided victory yet at Roland Garros, where heís 25-0.
LEXINGTON, Ky. ó University of Kentucky basketball guard Derrick Jasper has requested his release from the Wildcats so he can transfer.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. ó Sophie Gustafsonís stunning collapse, and Karrie Webbís short playoff miss opened the way for Seon Hwa Lee to come from nine shots back and win the Ginn Tribute.
South Koreaís Lee two-putted from about 45 feet for par on the lone playoff hole, the 18th, then watched LPGA Hall of Famer Webb miss a 3-footer that wouldíve extended things at RiverTowne Country Club.
* WEST DES MOINES, Iowa ó Jay Haas shot a 6-under 65 to repeat as champion of the Principal Charity Classic.