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Murray, Halep Power Into Roland Garros Quarterfinals

Britain's Andy Murray reached his fourth consecutive French Open semi-final with a four-set win over Kei Nishikori on Wednesday in Paris . There was a brief alarm when his first-serve deserted him and he was pegged back to 4-4, but again Murray hit straight back with his fifth break of the match and closed it out on serve.



Erik Jones leads Toyotas for best-career Cup finish

The victory was the 99th for the storied Wood Brothers Racing team and only the fifth since 1990. Harvick acknowledged that Blaney's win wasn't good for him, but was good for the sport. Harvick couldn't quite get there, especially with weak brakes, something that bit numerous drivers on Sunday. "So just some things I've got to focus in on and then remember".



Rickie Fowler leads US Open on day of highs, lows

Fowler enters Friday's second round with a one-shot lead over Paul Casey of England and Xander Schauffele . "There are a lot of really good players out here that haven't won a major", Fowler said. "I'd like to think we learned a little bit and thank him for that this morning". "But as far as U.S. Open courses go, I feel like this one suits me the best".


England Cruise to 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Win over New Zealand

England Cruise to 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Win over New Zealand

In an all-round display from the England side, four of the batsmen made scores in excess of 48, while all five bowlers used took at least one wicket. New Zealand must beat Bangladesh in Cardiff on Friday (June 9) and hope England do them a favour to make it to the semi-finals. "We know that, and I think other teams know that as well".



Judge clouts 22nd homer, propels Yankees past Angels 5-3

The Angels chased NY starter Masahiro Tanaka in the seventh, when Eric Young Jr. scored on Danny Espinosa's single to make it 3-2. Expectations were low for the New York Yankees heading into the 2017 season. They are 37-23 and will end the day with no smaller than a 3.0-game lead on Boston in the AL East. INDIANS 7, WHITE SOX 3: Edwin Encarnacion hit a go-ahead two-run homer, Corey Kluber won his second straight start since coming off the disabled list and Cleveland won at home.