LITESPORT London Lite Monday, 20 July 2009 37 NoKhando.Warrensays RickymustntfightAmir FRANK WARREN today urged Ricky Hatton to retire and resist the temptation to fight Amir Khan. Just 10 months after a humiliating first-round knockout against Breidis Prescott, Khan returned to MEN Arena in Manchester on Saturday to claim the WBA light- welterweight title with a convincing points victory over Andriy Kotelnik of the Ukraine. Now the pressure from British fight fans and broadcasters will grow for Khan to take on Hatton. Khan himself believes that the fight would be huge and added: If my trainer Freddie Roach thinks its the right move for me to make, then Im going to make that move. However, Warren believes Hatton should ignore calls for the showdown to protect his healthS. The promoter said: From a personal point of view, Ricky Hatton shouldnt be fighting. Its not good for boxing and more importantly its not good for him. by david dibble Riding high: Khan after his win Whychampionrefusesto havethatCinkingfeeling OPEN champion Stewart Cink insists he felt not a shred of guilt at denying Tom Watson a fairytale victory at Turnberry. The 36-year-old took advantage of Watsons disaster at the 72nd hole of regular play to capture his first major title in a one-sided play-off. I can understand the mystique that came really close to developing here, he said. But in the end, its a tournament to see who lasts the longest. I dont feel ashamed, I dont feel disappointed. Im pleased as punch that Ive won this tournament, and also proud of the way Tom Watson played. I dont think anything can be taken away. This is a new chapter for me. Laboured finish: Ross Fisher Fisher is happy to be left holding the baby FATHER-TO-BE Ross Fisher refused to be downcast after finishing 13th. The 28-year-old from Cheam, who played knowing his wife Jo could go into labour at any moment, led with 16 holes to go but suffered a quadruple bogey eight at the fifth. He rushed to catch a private jet from Prestwick airport to Farnborough in order to be at the impending birth. Fisher insisted: Ive had a great week and Im only looking forward to the future. Putting yourself into contention is what every golfer dreams of doing. We just want to perform in the biggest tournaments, and Im no different. Ill take a lot from this week.