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Sam Querrey-Marin Cilic is intriguing, but can anybody stop Roger Federer?

Sam Querrey-Marin Cilic is intriguing, but can anybody stop Roger Federer?

The American will be a test. Querrey has a big serve and a steely mentality, coming through in five-set matches in his last two outings. Goes for his shots. He will feel buoyed after his best ever win against World No.1 Murray and he effectively has nothing to lose in this match-up. TOURNAMENT SUMMARY: Seven-time champion Federer cruised past Raonic and will face Tomas Berdych , who benefited from the Djokovic retirement in one semi.



Wimbledon 2017: Occasion got to Johanna Konta, says Virginia Wade

But the 35-year-old Belgian, who retired in 2011 and two months ago had her own second child, has no plans to make a stellar comeback of her own and do battle with Serena once more. "I've played some good tennis in different points of my life", Williams said in somewhat of an understatement. "I can't ask for more, but I want a little more".


Rays' Colby Rasmus 'to step away from baseball' for undisclosed reasons

Rays' Colby Rasmus 'to step away from baseball' for undisclosed reasons

The Rays declined to comment further about the situation, noting they wished to respect "the privacy of Colby and his family". Rasmus, who turns 31 next month, inked a one-year, $5-million deal with the Rays on January 30. Rasmus was a first-round pick of the Cardinals in 2005 and made his big-league debut for St. Louis in 2009. Despite the nagging hip injury, Rasmus posted respectable numbers while healthy, batting.281 with nine homers and 23 RBIs.


Bardet Wins Stage 12 of Tour de France

Bardet Wins Stage 12 of Tour de France

And then there's Romain Bardet of France and Roberto Uran of Colombia, just 25 and 55 seconds back, respectively. "Hopefully, seeing Froome crack will give them more confidence to attack", said LeMond. The champion of Italy was dressed for the first time in his career the yellow jersey. Sure, there were exciting-slash-awful moments, like sprinter extraordinaire Mark Cavendish breaking his collarbone in a crash in Stage 4 and other sprinter extraordinaire Peter Sagan getting kicked out of ...


Tim Tebow hits first career walk-off home run

Tim Tebow hits first career walk-off home run

As ESPN Stats & Info pointed out, he has now gotten a hit in 11 straight games including Thursday's walk-off. Entering the bottom half of the inning, the game, which was scheduled for only seven innings because it was part of a double-header, was tied 4-4.