Robby Ginepri Through, Serena Williams Through
Amare Stoudemire Wants In On The Summit
Jose Mourinho Introduced by Real Madrid


Unseeded Robby Ginepri had been the only American man left in the draw, but he was bounced by the third-seeded Novak Djokovic 6-4, 2-6, 6-1, 6-2. Ginepri was riding a three-match winning streak at Roland Garros after starting his year 1-7. Serena Williams followed them onto Court Philippe Chatrier, and remains the only Williams sister left in the draw. The top seed took out Shahar Peer of Israel 6-2, 6-2.

More of what's happening At This Hour, including Amare Stoudemire wanting in on the NBA free agent summit, and Real Madrid introducing their new coach, after the jump.


Dwyane Wade suggested last week that there's going to be a meeting of the premier NBA free agents this off-season. And if there is, then Amare Stoudemire wants in, according to FanHouse.com. "I'm friends with LeBron [James], Dwyane, Chris [Bosh]. So I'm pretty sure they'll call me and we'll talk about a few things," he said. "It's going to take a lot of research. It's going to take a lot of studying. It's almost like fantasy basketball -- trying to build a team and figure out, how can we win a championship, and with what team?" Stoudemire has a player option next season for the final year of his contract in Phoenix.


Spanish football giants Real Madrid have officially introduced Jose Mourinho as their new coach. Mourinho joins the Merengues on a four-year contract after leading Inter Milan to the Champions League title and an unprecedented treble in Italy this season. In looking to restore Real to glory, he did not talk specifically about any moves he's looking to make, saying, "I don't like to talk about players because their prices will go up if I do. The club is happy with the roster of last season and so am I. We don't need major changes. We need three or four players for the coach to have more possibilities to get closer to my ideal of a team. But I don't think it's going to be a summer with a lot of changes. I think it will be a more calm summer with all the focus on the World Cup."