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Follow live: Wimbledon's Manic Monday

Serena and Venus Williams are going head to head on Manic Monday at Wimbledon. Maria Sharapova is also in action (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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The Detroit Pistons have re-signed restricted free agent point guard Reggie Jackson to a five-year, $80 million contract, sources told ESPN.com.

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Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Venus vs. Serena XXVI: Tight first set
Tennis 

In their 26th head-to-head matchup, Serena holds a slight 4-3 game lead in the first set over her older sister. Serena hasn't lost in her last 24 Grand Slam matches. Watch on ESPN & Watch ESPN

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Carli Lloyd breakout star of WWC
Women's World Cup 

After Carli Lloyd scored her second goal in the first five minutes of Sunday's World Cup final, so many people were going to her official website that it crashed. And in addition to her Golden Ball trophy, Lloyd also picked up roughly 50,000 Twitter followers. Stock on the rise

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Women's World Cup 

Venus vs. Serena XXVI: Serena up early
Tennis 

The younger Williams sister has taken a 3-2 lead in the first set. Ten of the last 12 matches between the two have been won in straight sets. Watch on ESPN & Watch ESPN

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UPDATE: McIlroy's spokesman says he is definitely out of the Scottish Open on Thursday. His status for the British Open is still unknown.

538: Wimbledon dark horses advancing
Tennis 

Via 538's Carl Bialik: Before Wimbledon began, our writers picked winners and dark horses (players outside the top 16 seeds): Two picked Richard Gasquet and six picked Nick Kyrgios. The Gasquet pick is looking better now that he is up 2 sets on the 20-year-old Australian. One expert picked Viktor Troicki, who like Gasquet is a set away from the quarterfinals. Three picked Madison Keys, who is one game from her first Wimbledon quarterfinal. All picks

Tennis 

Watch: Serena vs. Venus in fourth round
Tennis 

The Williams sisters are meeting for the 26th time -- 13th at a Grand Slam -- today in Wimbledon's fourth round. Serena holds the 14-11 career record over her sister, but Venus' 11 wins is 4 more than any other player. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Rory McIlroy's odds drop after injury
Golf 

After he announced his ankle ligament rupture today on Instagram, the world No. 1 golfer's odds have dropped from 5-1 to 8-1 to win next week's British Open. The new favorite? Jordan Speith, who goes from 6-1 to 9-2. (via Westgate LV SuperBook).

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Venus vs. Serena Part XXVI: FIrst set Key

Ten of the last 12 Grand Slam meetings between Serena and Venus Williams have been decided in straight sets. In the 2003 Wimbledon final, Serena dropped the first set but came back to win in 3. At the 2003 Australian Open final, Venus won the 2nd set after dropping the 1st, but Serena would take the 3rd set to win.

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Watch: Wimbledon's Super Monday, ESPN
Tennis 

A full slate of tennis -- headlined by Serena vs. Venus for the 26th time -- is on hand for Day 7; Maria Sharapova, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka all also play. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Tennis 

ICYMI: MLB All-Stars announced
MLB 

The starters for the MLB All-Star Game were announced Sunday and the Royals tied an AL-record with 4 starters voted in by fans. The 4 Royals starters are their most in a single year in franchise history and more than they’ve had in the previous 25 All-Star Games combined (3). Full roster

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Venus vs. Serena Part XXVI: In photos
Tennis 

The Williams sisters have clashed on the court 25 times, with Serena holding the slight 14-11 lead. Take a look back at some of their epic battles. Slideshow

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Tennis 

Kobe Bryant, America loved the U.S. win
Women's World Cup 

The Lakers star was blown away by USA's 5-2 win in the Women's World Cup final -- and he wasn't the only famous person to enjoy the spectacle. Athletes, celebs go crazy

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Women's World Cup 

Rory McIlroy has been Iron Man
Golf 

The last time Rory McIlroy did not participate in a major was the 2008 PGA Championship. That was just 2 months after Tiger Woods last major victory. McIlroy announced today he has a torn ankle ligament and his name has been removed from this week's entry list for the Scottish Open.

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Golf 

Wambach, Rampone go out as champions
Women's World Cup 

Abby Wambach finally won that elusive World Cup title, and Christie Rampone bookended her career with a second championship as the U.S. women captured their first crown in 16 years. Veterans finish on top

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Women's World Cup 

Rory McIlroy suffers ruptured ligament
Golf 

The world's No. 1 golfer announced on Instagram today he's suffered a "total rupture of left ATFL (ankle ligament)" while playing soccer with friends on Saturday. He called himself "day by day" but added "Rehab already started... Working hard to get back as soon as I can."

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Golf 

Women's sweet 16 Power Rankings
Tennis 

A Williams sister leads Greg Garber's ranking of the remaining women's field at Wimbledon, but it's Venus, not Serena. Little sis is No. 10

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Tennis 

Coming up: Venus vs. Serena, Part XXVI
Tennis 

Serena leads the head-to-head series 14-11, with a 7-5 lead in Grand Slams and a 3-2 lead at Wimbledon. The younger Williams sister is also 35-1 on the year and on a 24-match Grand Slam winning streak.

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