Here's a little bit of news I though everyone'd be talking about.
The Serbian teenager Novak Djokovic - the youngest player in the top 100 and one of the rising stars of men's tennis - could become a future British Davis Cup player after it emerged last night that his family have contacted the Lawn Tennis Association about the possibility of moving from the Balkans to live in Britain.
A spokesman for the LTA confirmed to The Daily Telegraph last night that Djokovic's mother, Dijana, has approached the LTA.
She has had "initial discussions" with Stuart Smith, the LTA president, and Roger Draper, the LTA chief executive, with the talks apparently taking place during last month's Davis Cup tie in Glasgow, where the 18-year-old won both his singles rubbers as he led Serbia and Montenegro to a 3-2 defeat of the British team.
It is understood that Djokovic, the world No 71 and Andy Murray's best friend on the tour, has been suggesting privately that he might receive better support and sponsorship playing for Britain. His mother has also told the LTA that if the family emigrated to Britain it would allow Novak's younger tennis-playing brothers, Marko and Djordje, the chance to use the facilities in Britain.
Full article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2006/05/17/stmurrad.xml&sSheet=/sport/2006/05/17/ixtenn.html