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Roger Federer vs Tomas Berdych - Wimbledon Men's Singles Semi Finals

Roger Federer vs Tomas Berdych - Wimbledon Men's Singles Semi Finals

Cilic and Querrey, both 6-foot-6, used their powerful serves to dominate most of the match. There were signs that spectators were in for another long afternoon with no break points at all in the first set as the serve of the two 6ft 6in (1.97m) giants dominated.


Kylian Mbappe: 'I am unsure of AS Monaco future'

Kylian Mbappe: 'I am unsure of AS Monaco future'

Zinedine Zidane's Real side, however, are unwilling to pay him more than €7m per season, as they do not want to disturb the dressing room politics in Madrid, with Cristiano Ronaldo no doubt keeping a close eye on proceedings, and his own place in the pecking order.



Serena Williams praises Andy Murray for challenging casual sexism at Wimbledon

The victor of the match will face either Roger Federer or Tomas Berdych in Sunday's final. "I think today it came down on the day, and Venus played better than me". Cilic also won their most recent meeting in 2015 in Washington, taking it in two tiebreak sets. "After swatting Raonic aside in straight sets Federer became, at 35, the oldest man to reach a semi-final since Ken Rosewall in 1974".


Non-moving teams to rake in $55 million from Rams, Chargers, Raiders

Non-moving teams to rake in $55 million from Rams, Chargers, Raiders

The Green Bay Packers reported Wednesday that the team will receive relocation fees that amount to $27.1 million. Three NFL franchises have either made or announced moves to new cities in recent years, with the Rams and Chargers both moving to Los Angeles and the Raiders announcing a future move to Las Vegas .


Scott Frantz cherishes acceptance after informing teammates he's gay

Scott Frantz cherishes acceptance after informing teammates he's gay

Frantz was a first-team Academic All Big 12 selection previous year and a star at Free State High School in Lawrence. "And they did", said Snyder. Frantz certainly has both the size and ability to take his talents to the next level. Former Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots offensive tackle Ryan O'Callaghan, who played six years in the National Football League, said in an Outsports story that he was gay.



Trump is back in Europe: Why the continent suddenly appeals

He has accused Moscow of working against his own campaign in support of his opponent, far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Still, the "Patrouille de France" air display team streamed the French colors - blue, white and red - over the crowd, hours after flying over the Champs-Elysees to open the Paris Bastille Day parade.