Former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki pulled out of the French Open because of an injured right ankle, the WTA said Tuesday.

The 34th-ranked Wozniacki hasn’t played since she lost her second match at the Miami Open in March.

Her participation at Roland Garros was already in doubt after she withdrew from clay-court tournaments in Madrid and Rome because of the injury she suffered during practice.

Eighth-ranked Belinda Bencic of Switzerland also withdrew after dealing with a back injury since March.

The draw for the French Open is on Friday. Play will begin Sunday.

GENEVA OPEN: Top-seeded Stan Wawrinka cruised past Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain 6-1, 6-1 in the second round.

The French Open champion needed just 53 minutes to beat his 53rd-ranked opponent.

Rajeev Ram of the United States beat Evgeny Donskoy of Russia, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-3.

NUREMBURG: Top-seeded Roberta Vinci advanced to the second round of the clay-court tournament in Germany by beating Czech qualifier Barbora Krejcikova, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3.

NICE OPEN: Third-seeded Kevin Anderson won for only the third time this year, hitting seven aces and breaking Diego Schwartzman of Argentina twice to win 7-6 (4), 6-3 and reach the quarterfinals in France.

STRASBOURG INTERNATIONAL: Third-seeded Samantha Stosur extended her perfect record against Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan, winning 6-3, 7-6 (3) to reach the quarterfinals in France.

SOCCER

PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United beat Bournemouth 3-1 in a game hastily rescheduled because of a bomb scare, sealing fifth place and a spot in the Europa League group stage.

Wayne Rooney scored one goal and played a part in two others as host United gained some momentum going into the FA Cup final.

The original game Sunday was called off after Old Trafford was evacuated because a fake bomb was discovered in a toilet of one of the stands. Police said the device was left behind following a security training exercise.

FOOTBALL

NFL: Former NFL tackle and congressman Jon Runyan was hired as vice president of policy and rules administration, the league said.

Runyan will oversee club and game-related initiatives related to players. He will serve as Commissioner Roger Goodell’s designee for on-field discipline as agreed upon by the NFL and players’ union.

HORSE RACING

PREAKNESS STAKES: Gun Runner, the third-place finisher in the Kentucky Derby, will skip the Preakness, leaving a likely field of 11 for the middle leg of the Triple Crown on Saturday at Pimlico.

Post positions will be drawn Wednesday night.

GOLF

MEMBERSHIP POLICY: Royal Troon Golf Club, the host of this year’s British Open, is consulting members on whether its male-only membership policy should end.

Troon said it has written to its 800 members “seeking views on the issue of the admission of women members.”

Troon official Martin Cheyne said “we care very much for the reputation of Royal Troon Golf Club and it is important that the club, much like the wider game, reflects the modern society in which we exist.”

– From news service reports