TENNIS: The dust had barely settled on Novak Djokovic's record-breaking Australian Open victory over Rafael Nadal and the Serbian was already talking up his chances of glory at the second grand slam of 2012 at Roland Garros.
Djokovic outlasted Nadal in Sunday's epic five-set encounter whichlasted five hours and 53 minutes to make it the longest grand slam final in history.
The world number one was then quick to turn his attention to the French Open, the only major to so far elude him.
"I am prioritising the grand slams this year, as every year, and the Olympics," he said. "That's also one of my highest goals.
"So I want to do well and get to my first final in Paris. I have never been to the final there."