THE World No 3 clambered among the partisan Parisian mob with scarcely a thought for his own safety.
TO a complete lack of fanfare, the greatest player in the history of tennis prepares to take his bow at Roland Garros 2015.
IT was a teenage boy armed with a camera, desperate to take a selfie.
FOR the first time this week Novak Djokovic needed only two sets to triumph in Rome, beating Spain's David Ferrer 6-4, 6-4 as he reached the final and closed in on a 24th Masters 1000 title.
WITH a first clay-court title in the bag, not to mention the lederhosen he won to go with the trophy and the BMW car in Munich on Monday, Andy Murray begins his quest for another today in the rather warmer conditions of Madrid.