Sepp Blatter has told Sky Sports News HQ he would have gone to Tasmania if he was guilty of corruption at FIFA. Jason Kidd Jersey . The former FIFA president is in the process of fighting a six-year ban from football over a 2011 payment to UEFA counterpart Michel Platini.Both men have failed to overturn their appeals at FIFA and are now in the process of appealing to the sports highest judicial body, the Court of Arbitration for Sport. And in the meantime Blatter says he will talk to the FBI, Swiss authorities or anyone else investigating corruption allegations which have snowballed since the arrests of several FIFA officials last May on the eve of the organisations annual conference.Asked if the FBI had been in touch he told SSNHQ: Direct contact? No, but they have asked the Swiss authorities to make some questions.I havent been questioned, neither by one nor the other organisation so far. I am willing to co-operate with all investigators in the US or here. Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter tells Sky Sports News HQ he did not pay Michel Platini to stop the Frenchman standing against him Asked whether he was guilty of any wrongdoing he said: I would not be as relaxed as I am.If I had in my conscience, really Sepp, you were a nasty man then I would have stopped it immediately. I would have taken my luggage and I would have gone, lets say, to Tasmania.There was a flat denial when Blatter was asked whether the £1.3m payment to Platini was a bribe to stop his long-time ally running in FIFAs presidential election.The Swiss also denied conspiring with disgraced FIFA vice-president Jack Warner to make money from the sale of television rights and said his father would rise up from the grave if he abandoned the fight to clear his name.I fight for me and my personal reputation and Im also defending FIFA in these different cases in different courts, he said.They have asked me in some cases for testimony and in other cases for information, and Ill do it because they think I can explain a little bit what happened in FIFA. Also See: World Cup section Features Latest video Get Sky Sports Knicks Jerseys 2021 . Manager Alex Ferguson says the injury was sustained while the player tried to hit a volley toward the end of training on Tuesday. Earl Monroe Jersey . 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The 22-year-old is quietly looking ahead to what he hopes will be continual improvement at the final major of the season. "Im playing really well. I created a lot of opportunities for myself, especially on his serve," said Raonic. "But I can serve better, so that gives me a day to work on it. It gives me a lot of confidence and a lot of belief in myself." Raonic will next face Feliciano Lopez after the Spaniard defeated American Bradley Klahn 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 7-5. Raonics best results at a major were a pair of fourth-round exits at the Australian Open and in New York in 2011. Earlier in the mens side, Spains Tommy Robredo defeated Frank Dancevic of Niagara Falls, Ont., 6-4, 6-4, 6-1. There were no survivors for Canada on the womens side. Montreals Eugenie Bouchard fought off four match points before losing 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 to eighth-seeded Angelique Kerber. Bouchard was unable to match her third-round Wimbeldon showing last month. The teen, ranked 59th in the world, finished with 41 winners and 43 errors against Kerber. Bouchard broke six times on 14 chances but lost her own serve on seven occasions and committed seven double-faults. Bouchard saved four match points through winners as she served trailing a set and 3-5 in the third. But a serving error handed Kerber a fifth winning chance, with the German taking the victory on Bouchards wide forehaand. Custom New York Knicks Jerseys. "Its always disappointing to lose, Im a bit down about that," Bouchard said . "I felt I played well, I tried to be aggressive. But shes a good counter-puncher, every time I came to the net she passed me. "My first serve was nowhere as good as it can be, but I made up for some of it with my second serve. But I need to work on my fitness as well as my mental strength. This match showed that Im close, I was dictating and competing. But I need to get a bit more consistent." Aleksandra Wozniak of Blainville, Que., playing only her second match since March after last autumns shoulder injury, faced a huge task against double Grand Slam champion Victoria Azarenka and lost 6-3, 6-1. "Shes a Grand Slam winner and Ive not played much tennis," Wozniak said. "This was only my third match and 10 and a half months." Wozniak said her shoulder is better but it will take time to return to form. "The shoulder is now 100 per cent," she said. "But I need more match play to get back my game and my rhythm. "I tried to play like I used to, fast and aggressive. But I need to work on my anticipation, judging the ball. I waited too long today and made errors. But I did return well, I just need to work on the serve." Wozniak is working to get her match feel back after almost a year of injury hell. She is playing the Open with a protected ranking as she works her way back on the WTA and plans a return to her home event in Quebec City where she suffered her injury. Canada is still competing in mens doubles. Torontos Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil combined for a first-round win, beating Indias Mahesh Bhupathi and German Philipp Petzschner 6-3, 7-6 (7-4). Its Nestors first Grand Slam since splitting from Swede Robert Lindstedt this month. ' ' '