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Marin Cilic issues Wimbledon warning after Queen's progress

Dimitrov saw his backhand disappear down the stretch, and he was almost up to the task of surviving without it as he saved six break points in a nine and a half minute fourth game of the set to hold for two-all. "I served extremely good today". "I'm very happy to be here in the final because it's one of my most special tournaments", Lopez said. Cilic serves so well and I like the way he backs up his serve now. Read More

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Cavs, GM David Griffin part ways

Cavs, GM David Griffin part ways

The 47-year-old Griffin had been Cleveland's GM since May 2014. George would be an upgrade for the defensive side of the ball by providing length and toughness, and would give the Cavaliers another elite scoring option on offense to compliment LeBron James and Kyrie Irving . Read More

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Wind howling as final round at Erin Hills gets under way

Wind howling as final round at Erin Hills gets under way

Fox is in its third year broadcasting the U.S. Open, having taken over from NBC's long-running coverage in 2015. Koepka takes home $2.16 million, the largest single-day earnings in golf. "To be honest with you, it really was the putt, the par save on 13", Koepka said. World number nine Rickie Fowler , runner-up in the US Open in 2014, is two off the lead on 10 under. Read More

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Pakistan ready to 'change history' against India

India will look to make it two wins out of two when they play Canada in the Hockey World League Semifinal on Saturday. Sarfraz Ahmed, the captain of the Pakistan became the latest victim of the same. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier last month sent a legal notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for failing to honour the MoU signed between the two cricket boards in 2014. Read More

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Alvaro Morata's agent reveals a 'very important offer' from Manchester United

Alvaro Morata's agent reveals a 'very important offer' from Manchester United

He said of United: "It's a club with a lot of charm, a very interesting option". "[If we said yes?] All I can say is that their offer is very, very important so now it's down to Real Madrid ". "But Real Madrid has simply found the Rossoneri club's offer unsatisfactory". After weeks of speculation in which the likes of Chelsea and AC Milan have also been linked to Morata, Spanish radio station Cadena Ser have reported on Tuesday that the striker's transfer to Old Trafford could be ... Read More

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Unseeded Latvian Jelena Ostapenko wins French Open title

Unseeded Latvian Jelena Ostapenko wins French Open title

The French Open , she added, was always the major she dreamed of winning, from the time she strolled around the grounds as a 12-year-old and taking in the history at the museum. So what if Ostapenko wound up dropping that set, then facing big deficits in the second and third? Flawless offense wins in tennis, and Ostapenko got pretty close to it in the latter half of her match against Halep, going onto win the title, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. Read More

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Thad Matta Out As Buckeyes Head Coach

Thad Matta Out As Buckeyes Head Coach

Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies and Evan Turner of the Portland Trail Blazers headlined a group of past Buckeyes who acknowledged Matta's impact on their lives. Prior to his arrival at IN he made three straight NCAA tournaments at Marquette, then took over an NCAA sanction ravaged program and returned them into a two-time Big Ten champ. Read More

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Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to win FA Cup

Wenger met Gunners majority shareholder Kroenke and chief executive Ivan Gazidis on Monday to discuss his future before his contract expires next month. Surely Chelsea would steamroll them as they have often done in recent seasons. Wenger was also dismissive of the notion that his record-breaking FA Cup success, after previous wins in 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014 and 2015, might have an impact on the talks about his position. Read More

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Ducks captain Getzlaf fined for apparent homophobic slur

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf has been fined for apparently using a homophobic slur during Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. "I like our first pass, I didn't like our second pass", Carlyle said. Anaheim needs to be more physical with the Nashville defense and reduce the amount of time they have. Goaltender John Gibson , who left Saturday's game after one period because of a lower-body injury, skated Monday morning, but coach Randy Carlyle said he hadn't gotten a chance ... Read More

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