SATURDAY: Table tennis: Just when rebellious Hong Kong coach Chan Kong-wah appears to have escaped scot-free after manhandling a referee at the World Championships, International Table Tennis Federation president Adham Sharara sticks his paddle in. 'I will take the initiative personally to ask for all of the details from the jury, the referee and also Hong Kong,' Sharara declares after the jury says it is powerless to punish the 43-year old three-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist. 'This seems to be the second situation involving this coach and we can't allow this to become a normal situation.' Golf: 'I'm glad I did it, but this is way over my head. I wasn't as tough as I thought,' says Annika Sorenstam after she fails to make the cut at the Colonial. There may be a woman playing on the PGA Tour some day . . . it just won't be the Swede. 'I've got to go back to my tour, where I belong.' SUNDAY: Soccer: Alex McLeish celebrates Rangers' victory over Celtic in the closest finish in the 113-year history of the Scottish championship by setting his sights on emulating their old rival's success in Europe. 'I wonder if it can be any better than this but we have high hopes in Europe. Celtic have set the yardstick and has put me under tremendous pressure,' says McLeish of the UEFA Cup finalists. Both teams finish with 97 points, with Rangers winning 73-72 on goal difference. Coaching awards: No surprises at the annual Hongkong Bank Foundation Coaching Awards ceremony as windsurfing maestro Rene Appel collects his eighth Coach of the Year title and also the Distinguished Services Award. The other big winner is Poon Kin-lui, athletics coach for the physically disabled. Table tennis coach Chan Kong-wah strikes out as there is no award for ref rage. MONDAY Tennis: No amount of talent, touch or topspin can save Switzerland's Roger Federer as the French Open bursts into action. Swiss fifth seed Federer falls to Peru's Luis Horna in straight sets in the biggest shock on opening day. 'I knew the danger,' Federer says. 'People were saying, 'Who is the first seed you're playing?' I told them, I'm not playing a bad guy in the first round, and here I am, trying to explain why.' Rugby union: A World Cup without Jonah Lomu becomes a possibility after he is left out of New Zealand's 26-man squad for home games against England, Wales and France because of doubts about his kidney problem. The giant wing could be considered for the All Blacks' Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup clashes against South Africa and Australia next month and the World Cup if he recovers, coach John Mitchell says. Fellow greats Andrew Mehrtens, Christian Cullen and Taine Randell are also left out in the cold. TUESDAY: Racing: The Hong Kong Jockey Club takes from the jockeys and trainers and gives to the owners in a drive to improve cost efficiency and combat falling turnover. Champion jockey Douglas Whyte says of the 10 per cent pay cut: 'It certainly came as a surprise, but the Club wouldn't be doing this unless there was no alternative. All along, they have given to us, now it's time for us to give a bit back.' Basketball: Yao Ming sues Coca-Cola for one yuan, accusing the soft drinks giant of using his image improperly. The Houston Rockets centre, who is a spokesman for Pepsi Co, demands the immediate recall of all Coca-Cola products and promotional materials bearing his image and name. He also demands an open apology on nationwide media, as well as symbolic compensation of one yuan. The soft-drink giant says it has a contract with the Chinese Basketball Association to use the image of any athlete on the national team, including Yao. WEDNESDAY Soccer: South Korean pinup Ahn Jung-hwan and his fellow South Korean World Cup heroes are surprisingly overlooked as the Asian Football Confederation names Japan's Shinji Ono as the AFC Player of the Year for 2002. Ono is recognised for his performances during his Dutch club Feyenoord's triumphant UEFA Cup campaign, but everyone remembers Ahn eliminating Italy in their march to the semi-finals at Korea-Japan 2002. Tennis: Michael Chang, the youngest male winner (age 17) of a Grand Slam tournament, bids an emotional farewell to Roland Garros, the venue in which he became an instant star in 1989. 'In my 16-year career, I only cried twice and both times were on this court,' Chang, 31, tells the crowd after a long standing ovation which had him burst into tears on centre court. THURSDAY Soccer: Carlo Ancelotti has the last laugh as his AC Milan side win the Champions League final against Juventus, the club that sacked him in such cruel fashion two years ago. Ancelotti's dismissal was announced by Juve at half-time in the final league game of the season, even though they were still in with a chance of winning the title. 'You have to learn to live through criticism,' he says. Ice hockey: On the day Patrick Roy officially retires, the goaltending icon wears the bravest face in the house. With Colorado Avalanche general manager Pierre Lacroix and agent Bob Sauve practically in tears, the 37-year-old Roy is all smiles, saying: 'I've had a blast. It's been unbelievable. I've been so fortunate to have lived a dream and have fun for more than 18 years earning a living by playing the game I love.' FRIDAY Tennis: For the past year, Serena Williams has been winning every Grand Slam match. Now she's winning every game. The defending champion 'double bagels' Austrian Barbara Schett, needing just 40 minutes to finish her third-round match at the French Open. The victory is the 31st in a row at Grand Slam events for Williams, who is seeking her fifth consecutive major title. NBA playoffs: After playing only 13 minutes in the entire post-season, 37-year-old guard Steve Kerr makes four shots from three-point range to steer the San Antonio Spurs over the Dallas Mavericks 90-78 and take the Western Conference finals 4-2. Says Spurs coach Gregg Popovich: 'It's a fitting finish to what I thought would be the end of his career, but he told me we're going to have to think about an extension or he won't be available for the finals. And he said that with a straight face.'