NICE, France - American Andy Roddick withdrew from the Open de Nice on Tuesday and is in doubt for the French Open because of a right shoulder injury.
The 11th-ranked Roddick said he doesn't want to take any risks ahead of the French Open, which starts Sunday.
"It's running a big risk, playing on an unhealthy shoulder with Roland Garros round the corner and Wimbledon shortly afterwards," Roddick said. "I'm pulling out of Nice for now. Obviously the situation is not perfect for Roland Garros, but I still have a couple of days to hope for something to get better."
The 2003 U.S. Open champion said he will not play at Roland Garros unless he is 100 percent.
World Team Cup: Tampa resident Mardy Fish defeated Andrey Golubev 6-4, 6-2 as the United States tied Kazakhstan 1-1 in Duesseldorf, Germany. The teams play doubles today.
Leonard: Coach sexually abused me
Sugar Ray Leonard says in his upcoming autobiography that he was sexually abused by a coach in the early 1970s.
In The Big Fight: My Life In and Out of the Ring, the Hall of Famer writes that an unnamed "prominent Olympic boxing coach," who has since died, assaulted him in a car.
Leonard, 55, won a gold medal at the 1976 Games then captured five world titles in five weight classes. He writes: "I do know that I was in a lot of pain as I chased my dream of winning the gold."
Pacquiao-Marquez:Lightweight champ Juan Manuel Marquez has agreed to move up in class for a long-awaited third fight on Nov. 12 with pound-for-pound king and welterweight champ Manny Pacquiao, Top Rank promoter Bob Arum told ESPN.com. Arum said he still needs to make a deal with Pacquiao - considered a formality - before it's official. No venue was named.
Nehro out of Preakness
There will be no rematch between Animal Kingdom and Nehro at the Preakness. Nehro, who finished second in the Kentucky Derby behind Animal Kingdom, will skip Saturday's race. Owner Ahmed Zayat said the decision was based on Nehro's hectic spring schedule.
Autos: Rain limited Indianapolis 500 practice to two participants, Marco Andretti and Mike Conway. Andretti completed five laps in Conway's car with a fast lap of 220.656 mph. Conway went eight laps in the same car, hitting 219.910.
Golf: France will host its first Ryder Cup after being awarded the 2018 tournament, beating out sentimental favorite Spain as the popular choice after the death of Seve Ballesteros this month.
Cycling:Mark Cavendish won the 10th stage of the Giro d'Italia in a sprint finish in Teramo, Italy, and Alberto Contador retained the overall lead.