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  • US Open: Queen Serena Williams thumps King, firing 13 aces indoors

    US Open: Queen Serena Williams thumps King, firing 13 aces indoors

    Breaking serve three times over the two sets, Serena didn't face a break point at all on Thursday night, ending the match with a +10 differential in winners to unforced errors (38-28). What really matters is I got the win. Despite battling a shoulder injury, Williams took home her seventh Wimbledon singles title in July to tie Graf's career Grand Slam record.

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  • Serena answers her doubters on court

    Serena answers her doubters on court

    Williams' success lies in her durability - 306 weeks at No.1. Tennis players do pick up the sound of the ball to read the spins a little bit earlier and the speed of the serve , so it makes it tricky. Open's second round. A victory would see her break the Open Era record of 22 Grand Slam titles she now shares with German Steffi Graf and close in on Margaret Courts all-time mark of 24 major titles.

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  • David Luiz to Chelsea: Latest Transfer Details, Comments and Reaction

    The 29-year-old becomes the second defensive addition of the summer window, following the arrival of Marcos Alonso from Fiorentina earlier on deadline day. If you thought Chelsea signing Alonso - formerly of Bolton and Sunderland - was odd, it's nothing on Luiz's signing. Alonso said on "I'm very happy".

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  • Chella Choi leads LPGA Manulife Classic in Canada

    Mozo was 7 under before running into trouble on the par-4 18th. Ariya Jutanugarn won her 5th event of the season last week when successful at the Canadian Pacific Women's Open and with neither player particularly successful in their previous appearances here much will depend on current form as to their chances.

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  • Los Angeles Rams At Denver Broncos

    Siemian was 10 of 14 for 75 yards and led the Broncos to a touchdown on their first drive of Saturday's game against San Francisco. In all Siemian looks to know and work incredibly well in the offense and his ability to throw the ball over top of the defense is huge with big play receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

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  • US Open: Serena Williams: Wait and see on shoulder injury

    US Open: Serena Williams: Wait and see on shoulder injury

    Though having won several Grand Slam doubles titles, King recently fought her way back inside the WTA top 100 in singles after spending time away from the game due to injury. Sister Venus was also able to progress to round two as she saw off the challenge of Kateryna Kozlova of Ukraine in three sets, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4, despite amassing a total of 63 unforced errors.

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  • Confirma familia homenaje a Juan Gabriel en Ciudad Juárez

    Por su lado, la familia emitió un comunicado en el que informa que el próximo fin de semana se realizará un "servicio conmemorativo" y público en Ciudad Juárez . "Solo pedimos que se nos dé este tiempo para llorar nuestra pérdida tremenda y te damos gracias por respetar la privacidad de nuestra familia durante este tiempo", finaliza el comunicado.

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  • Gophers kick off 2016 season with 30-23 win over Oregon State

    Gophers kick off 2016 season with 30-23 win over Oregon State

    In the third quarter, Minnesota's miscues led to nine points for Oregon State, giving the Beavers, who won two games a year ago, a 23-17 lead. With less than five minutes left, Gophers linebacker Jaylen Waters made a tackle on fourth-and-1 to force a Beavers turnover on downs.

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  • England on course for 2-0 lead as Root digs in

    England beat Pakistan by four wickets in the second ODI at Lord's on Saturday to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.Joe Root made 89 as England , set 252 to win, finished on 255 for six with 15 balls to spare. First Hasan Ali was out for a five-ball duck to the Yorkshireman, with Root claiming the catch despite a nasty-looking collision with Rashid who was scooting round with his eyes fixed on the ball.

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  • Germany beat Sweden for Olympic women's gold, Canada take bronze

    Weverton was cast alongside Neymar in the role of hero with his penalty save, but the goalkeeper was quick to praise the contribution of a higher power. He opened the scoring with a sensational first-half free-kick before Max Meyer's equaliser sent the game into extra-time and eventually penalties.

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  • Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera exits with left knee injury

    Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera exits with left knee injury

    Yoenis Cespedes clocked a three-run homer, Kelly Johnson had a pinch-hit grand slam and Noah Syndergaard pitched two-hit ball over seven innings as the resurgent New York Mets routed the Philadelphia Phillies 12-1 on Saturday night. The Mets now trail the Cardinals by 2.5 games in the wild card race after the Cardinals lost to the Oakland A's. The Mets hope this was just a cautious move to remove their starting shortstop from the game and not a sign of a lingering injury.

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  • Brady plays 1st half vs. Giants in tuneup for suspension

    Between our coaches and our players, we've got a lot of great leaders, so I'm very confident in that. Going out and putting up a touchdown against New England's backups wouldn't do much for morale, so look for business as usual out of the Giants in this fourth preseason game.

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  • Kante: I spoke to Mourinho about United move

    Kante: I spoke to Mourinho about United move

    Patrice Evra was leaving and Jose, at that time, had a solid back four that I knew he liked. The 25-year-old midfielder has revealed that Mourinho wanted to sign him for United before his move from Leicester to Chelsea. That's the highest level, unless you have exceptional qualities. Meanwhile, Mourinho could yet be without a fourth player for the Manchester derby after new signing Henrikh Mkhitaryan went off injured during Armenia's 3-0 friendly loss to the Czech Republic.

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  • Djokovic avanzó sin jugar en el US Open

    Djokovic avanzó sin jugar en el US Open

    Nadal estaba radiante tras su triunfo y por haber sido parte del primer partido jugado bajo el techo de $ 150 millones. Pese a algunas molestia física, Novak Djokovic superó por 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 y 6-1 al polaco Jerzy Janowicz y avanzó a la siguiente instancia de la competencia.

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  • Badminton - Lee shrugs off heartbreak to defeat nemesis Lin

    Badminton - Lee shrugs off heartbreak to defeat nemesis Lin

    Sadness was written all over Lee Chong Wei's face. "Now I'm thinking about Lin Dan ", a focused Lee said on Wednesday after taking just 42 minutes to brush aside Taiwan's Chou Tien-chen in a routine victory of 21-9, 21-15. His defeat meant Malaysia's hunt for a first Olympic gold in any sport continues. "I' ll try my best in the next match", Lin referred to the coming semifinal against Lee.

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  • Kenya Disbands National Olympic Committee

    Nor did the embarrassment end with the Olympics' closing: there has been no official homecoming with numerous athletes opting to sneak into the country to prevent officials basking in the glory of their performances. The team won 13 medals, the highest by an African country, and this "is how they treat us", he added. Korrir said he would demand action once back in his country.

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  • Vesely injury gives Djokovic US Open walkover

    Vesely injury gives Djokovic US Open walkover

    Despite being one of the fittest players in the circuit, Nole has been struggling with a wrist injury lately, which has loosened his grip over the proceedings in men's tennis of late. But he exited in the first round in 2011, 2013 and 2015. Johanna Konta has won a three-set match after collapsing to the court late in the second. Second seed Angelique Kerber, the silver medalist in Rio, had easy progress into round two after Slovenian opponent Polona Hercog retired while trailing 6-0 1-0.

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  • Vikings' QB Teddy Bridgewater speaks after ACL tear

    Vikings' QB Teddy Bridgewater speaks after ACL tear

    After dropping back to pass during a drill, Bridgewater planted his foot and immediately dropped. Zimmer shut down practice early. The injury was stabilized, and he was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and evaluation. Bridgewater missed the second preseason game with a sore shoulder, but was sharp Sunday against San Diego. Hill will spend much of his time under center executing handoffs to Adrian Peterson .

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  • Raonic says goodbye to US Open after stunning exit

    Ryan Harrison , a 24-year-old American who has struggled to approach the expectations placed on him, played the match of his life Wednesday at the US Open. For Djokovic, the world's top-ranked player, he needs no favors to go far in the slams, but will be more than happy to take the gift of a walkover from Jiri Vesely, who retired due to inflammation in his left arm.

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  • Wilshere - Bournemouth best place for my development

    Incidentally, it was during a loan move to Bolton in 2010 that he established himself as a player of exceptional promise and after which he featured regularly for Arsenal and England . The decision surrounding his future will be his, and will surround whether he considers Bournemouth or Palace the more suitable destination to revive his career.

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  • Cowboys put QB Kellen Moore on season-ending injured list

    It seems that Tony Romo has been plagued with health issues since 2013 when he suffered a herniated disc in his back during Week 16 and required surgery. That doesn't mean you didn't have a lot of excitement with Tony being healthy. Davis originally went undrafted out of Southern Mississippi back in 2012 and joined the Rams for training camp, but was released before the 2012 season.

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  • Wake Forest holds on to top Tulane, 7-3

    Wake Forest holds on to top Tulane, 7-3

    We tried eight throws down the field and didn't complete any of them so this game looks a lot like the others we've won here. "We're 1-0, we're excited, there's a lot to teach off of, but clearly, we have to be a lot more productive on offense".

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