Henin to start coaching career with Svitolina?
ABU DHABI • A new tennis supercoach could emerge next year, as world No. 19 Elina Svitolina revealed that she has been working with seven-time Major champion Justine Henin during her off-season training in Abu Dhabi.
"We've been practising a little bit," the Ukrainian told Sport360. "An agreement has yet to be reached for the 2016 season. We'll know about it a bit later."
Former world No. 1 Henin, 33, had previously stated that becoming a coach is "tempting". Should the partnership materialise, she will join Amelie Mauresmo, Martina Navratilova and Lindsay Davenport as female Grand Slam champions that became coaches.
Hurt Curry doubtful for Warriors' next 2 games
OAKLAND (California) •Reigning National Basketball Association Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry could be headed for an absence owing to a left leg injury, Golden State Warriors' interim coach Luke Walton said on Tuesday.
Curry did not practise on Tuesday because of a right calf injury. He is listed as questionable for this morning's (Singapore time) game against the Dallas Mavericks, as well as the clash against the Houston Rockets a day later.