In pictures: Today in sports

The day has been about losses for sport around the world. From Charles Leclerc's crash exit in Baku, Naomi Osaka's withdrawal from the Stuttgart Open and Nishikori's heartbreak to Tottenham's hiccups in the top-four race, a pictorial look at the day gone by.

Azerbaijan GP
Calm before the storm Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was livid with himself after crashing out of Q2 of the Azerbaijan GP after ramming into a wall. This scenic picture was before the Monegasque lost out on any chance of getting anywhere near pole position. (Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images
Jurgen Klopp
Point of difference | The tussle between Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League title has left fans left with no fingernails left to bite. Two points separate the teams as Liverpool has 91 points from 36 games and City has 89 from 35 games. (AFP) Photo: AFP
What goes around come around | In 2016, Suresh Raina, then playing for the Gujarat Lions, had taken a spectacular catch at slip to dismiss KKR's Surya Kumar Yadav. Fast forward three years later, the duo find themselves in different outfits, the former back with Chennai Super Kings and the latter with Mumbai Indians. However, Yadav set the record straight catching Raina at backward point off a good length delivery from Hardik Pandya. (The Hindu) Photo: B JOTHI RAMALINGAM
Kei Nishikori
Struggling to shine | Japan's Kei Nishikori was no match for Russia's Daniil Medvedev, losing the Barcelona Open semifinal 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 on Saturday. (AP) Photo: AP
Delhi Capitals
Shake a leg | Coming off back-to-back wins, one can understand why Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer and the rest of the Delhi Capitals squad are as happy as they are. The Capitals host resurgent Royal Challengers Bangalore at Feroz Shah Kotla on Sunday. (PTI) Photo: PTI
Bowing out | Japan's Naomi Osaka is interviewed on the court after she withdrew from her semi final match in the Stuttgart Tennis Grand Prix against Estonia's Anett Kontaveit due to injury. (Reuters)
Memphis Depay
Haters gonna hate | Lyon's Dutch forward Memphis Depay celebrates after scoring a goal during the French L1 football match between Bordeaux (FCGB) and Lyon (OL) in Bordeaux. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Struck where it hurts | Tottenham Hotspur's loss to West Ham United means a slip in their bid to qualify for the Champions League next year. The team's performance was lacklustre keeping the top-four wide open. Heading into the first leg of their Champions League semifinal against Ajax, the Spurs will want to introspect. Photo: AFP
FC Barcelona
Enroute world domination | Barcelona's Dutch forward Lieke Martens poses for a picture after a training session during the 'Open Media Day' at the Sports Center FC Barcelona Joan Gamper near Barcelona. Martens wants to reign in the continent also with FC Barcelona, that dreams of sealing its qualification for the Champions League final against Bayern Munich on April 28. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Asian Wrestling Championships
Of rivalries | There's no way to distract Ilkhom Bakhromov (R) of Uzbekistan and Hiromu Katagiri of Japan as they compete in the Greco-Roman 55kg bout in the Asian Wrestling Championships in China. Bakhromov claimed the honours in the category. (AFP) Photo: AFP