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Follow live: French Open Day 10

Roger Federer battles countryman Stan Wawrinka in a men's French Open quarterfinal (Live on WatchESPN). In the other quarterfinal, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is rolling against Kei Nishikori. Earlier Tuesday, Ana Ivanovic and Lucie Safarova advanced to the women's semifinals.

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VCU clinches its first regional championship (1:41)
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NBA union to investigate concussion protocol

The NBA union has hired neurologists to examine the league's concussion policy and determine whether any changes are needed to prevent players from playing with an undiagnosed concussion.

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Historic Road Trip Takes Its Toll (3:22)
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MLB Power Rankings: Week 9

The ultra-consistent Cardinals and the suddenly surging Giants are worthy of being in the top spot in our rankings. Who's No. 1?

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Russell Wilson front and center today

The Seahawks QB is likely to address the media after today's OTA session. Expect a few questions about his contract extension talks. On the field, we'll get our first look at TE Jimmy Graham with his new team. Wilson in spotlight

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Roger Federer with the upper hand
Tennis 

The 2-seed takes on compatriot Stan Wawrinka in the French Open quarters, with Fed owning the career head-to-head 16-2. Here's the kicker, though: Both of Wawrinka's wins came on clay. Live on WatchESPN

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French Open ball girls flashing socks
Tennis 

Roland Garros ball girls are wearing knee-high socks, much like American Bethanie Mattek-Sands wears while playing. Mattek-Sands says they are the best-dressed ball girls she's seen and hopes she is setting a trend.

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Tennis 

100 days until NFL season kicks off
NFL 

In sticking with the century-mark theme, only 3 quarterbacks have thrown 100 touchdown passes with multiple teams -- Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner and Fran Tarkenton.

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Watch: An All-Swiss quarterfinal
Tennis 

No. 2 seed Roger Federer -- who's looking for his 37th Slam semifinal appearance -- takes on 8-seed Stan Wawrinka. Fed is trying to become the third man to win all four Grand Slams multiple times. Live on WatchESPN

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Through Make-A-Wish Foundation, Browns signed 9-year old Dylan Sutcliffe today to a one-day contract. Sutcliffe will go through today's OTA.

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Ana Ivanovic will play Lucie Safarova in the semi-finals. The two have played eight times with Safarova holding a 5-3 edge.

OTD: Babe Ruth announces retirement
MLB 

On June 2, 1935, The Great Bambino retired from baseball at 40 years old. With 714 HRs, a career .342 BA and 94 wins to his name, he would go down as one of the greatest to ever play the game.

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Mets' deGrom has string of good starts

Jacob deGrom had 8 K's and no walks in a win Monday vs. the Padres. It was his third straight start with at least 8 K's and no walks. According to Elias, he is the third pitcher since 1900 to have three consecutive appearances with that stat line (Cliff Lee, 2013; Ferguson Jenkins, 1976).

Foudy: How to end World Cup drought
Soccer 

It's been 16 years since the U.S. women won a World Cup, but you don't need to remind Shannon Boxx of that. "Every World Cup that pressure grows as we get further away from the last World Cup title." What they've learned

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Dominik: Big moment for Vikings
NFL 

Mark Dominik said of Adrian Peterson's return: "This is really big for, obviously, the Minnesota Vikings, for many reasons, but bigger for Teddy Bridgewater."

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Curry with shot to knock LeBron down
NBA 

Steph Curry is on pace to be the first player to achieve a +1,000 plus-minus for a season since the NBA began tracking the stat. The previous "record"-holder: LeBron James from '08-09.

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Lauren Haeger setting the bar
MLB 

The Gators pitcher has 71 career home runs and 72 wins, something no player has ever done in NCAA baseball history. And according to Elias, only one player has ever done so in MLB: Babe Ruth.

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Chicago rookie could return for finals
NHL 

Trevor van Riemsdyk hasn't played since suffering a knee injury Nov. 16, but with the Hawks thin on defense, the defenseman will travel with the team to Tampa and could play in the opening games.

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The Numbers Game
NBA 

A new graphic shows the best players in NBA history to wear each jersey number. Spoiler: Several league legends were left off the list. Check it out

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Nishikori-Tsonga in French quarters
Tennis 

Fifth-seeded Kei Nishikori takes on 14-seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga -- who upset 4-seed Tomas Berdych on Sunday. Nishikori looks to become the 1st Japanese man to reach the French Open semis since Jiri Satoh in 1933. Follow live

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Iowa State not known for its defense
Men's College Basketball 

Fred Hoiberg and Tom Thibodeau were both at Iowa State and Chicago since 2010-11. During Hoiberg's tenure, the Cyclones' defense never ranked better than 110th. In that same span, the Bulls were first under Thibodeau.

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Bulls expected to introduce Hoiberg today

Fred Hoiberg would be the ninth man to coach a Bulls game since the departure of Phil Jackson. The previous eight combined to win 5 of 15 playoff series, while Jackson won 27 of the 30 playoff series he coached for the Bulls.