Sergio Ramos does not continue with Sevilla for next season

SEVILLE.- The veteran defender Sergio Ramos He will not continue at Sevilla next season, the Spanish club announced on Monday.

Sevilla reported that the 38-year-old center back notified the club that he will decline to extend the contract that expired after the season.

Ramos has not commented on his immediate plans. He is not part of the team that is playing in the current Euro Cup in Germany after retiring from international football last year.

Ramos arrived in Seville from Paris Saint-Germain last season. He began his career with the Andalusian team and then played for Real Madrid for a decade.

“Sevilla wants to thank the commitment, leadership and maximum dedication that Sergio Ramos has shown in this campaign, wishing him the best of luck in his next professional challenge,” the club said in a statement.

Ramos scored seven goals in 37 games in his last spell with Sevilla.

He will say goodbye publicly on Tuesday at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium.

Sabalenka resigns from Paris:

Aryna Sabalenka, the current two-time Australian Open champion, decided to withdraw from the Paris Olympic Games.

The Belarusian and current world number three indicated on Monday that she prefers to rest and get ready for the tournament season on cement surfaces.

“I prefer a little rest to physically reach the hard courts better,” he said in Berlin. “I will have a good preparation before the hard court season. I feel it is the best for my physique.”

Players will have to return to clay for the Olympic tennis tournament after Wimbledon, then hit the hard courts in North America.

“It’s too much on the calendar and I made the decision to take care of my health,” Sabalenka said.

The player is in Berlin for a WTA tournament prior to Wimbledon. It is her first competition since she lost to Russian Mirra Andreeva in the quarterfinals of the French Open, where she suffered a stomach upset.