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Follow live: French Open Day 10

Roger Federer dropped the first two sets to countryman Stan Wawrinka in the men's quarterfinals (live on WatchESPN). In the other quarterfinal, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was rolling against Kei Nishikori until the match was halted when windblown debris injured a fan.

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Federer slumped in his chair after 2nd set. Searching for answers to huge hitting from Wawrinka. Will need a 10th comeback from 0-2 sets

Federer down 0-2 to Wawrinka

If Roger Federer is going to reach the French Open semifinals, he'll need his 10th career comeback from an 0-2 deficit. Stan Wawrinka won the first two sets, 6-4, 6-3. Live on WatchESPN


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Foudy: How to end World Cup drought

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Falling debris hits fans at French Open

Play was delayed and three people were injured during Kei Nishikori and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's quarterfinal match when pieces of the scoreboard were blown off by heavy winds.


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A sheet of metal fell from the scoreboard onto members of the public, three of whom sustained minor injuries.

Piece of video board falls at French

Heavy winds at Roland Garros blew out a metal panel of the French Open scoreboard, delaying the Jo-Wilfried Tsonga-Kei Nishikori match. A triangular section of a dozen rows was evacuated and injury reports are still coming in.


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A delay of about half an hour is over. Tsonga and Nishikori return to court with Jo serving for two set lead, up 6-1 5-2. #RG15

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Rivera: 'No news' on Cam extension

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Cavs started from the bottom

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Pieces of debris fell onto spectators in Chatrier delaying play. Tsonga to serve when play resumes with 6-1 5-2 lead over Nishikori. #RG15

Henderson: Arrest changed my life

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