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Follow live: French Open quarterfinals

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic won the first four games and then held on to win the first set 7-5 against nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal (Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN).

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Serena cruises in quarters (1:01)
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SweetSpot TV: Greatest No.1 Draft Picks (3:25)
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Schaap: Sepp Blatter is seen as a crook (2:06)
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Looking ahead: Kentucky Wildcats

Replacing eight guys from a team that lost but one game in 39 tries is a rather tall order, but this is Kentucky, and expectations are always high.

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9hDarren Rovell

Pharoah owners strike landmark marketing deal

The owners of American Pharoah agreed to a marketing deal early Wednesday morning that will blanket the horse with logos from the energy drink brand Monster ahead of his run for the Triple Crown.

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18hJohn Clayton

Clayton: Newton's deal sets the stage for Wilson

Two things will likely happen for Russell Wilson following the Cam Newton deal: His negotiations with the Seahawks will resolve more quickly, and he'll become one of the NFL's highest-paid QBs.

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Murray is broken serving for the first set and it's now 5-all against Ferrer. Six total breaks through 10 games on Lenglen. #RG15

Adrian Peterson still a No. 1 fantasy pick?
NFL 

Not so fast, says Eric Karabell. The facts: He's 30 years old, he's finished as the top fantasy back just once (2012) and already has a lot of mileage despite little playing time last season -- he’s third among active running backs in rushing attempts. Where to draft him (Insider)

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NFL 

Mike Rodak @mikerodak

LeSean McCoy participating in 11 on 11s at today's OTA after sitting out last week (neck)

Djoker takes 1st set in French quarters
Tennis 

Top-seeded Novak Djokovic is 16-3 when he wins the first set vs. Rafael Nadal, and is 2-2 when he wins the first set vs. Nadal in a Slam. And when the two play, the first set winner is 36-7. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Tanaka tries to come back ... again

Everyone around baseball, ESPN's Andrew Marchand writes, knows Masahiro Tanaka is headed for Tommy John surgery. Public opinion has already made the diagnosis. Yet, the RHP returns again from the DL. Starts today

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Looking ahead: Kentucky
Men's College Basketball 

Replacing eight guys from a team that lost but one game in 39 tries is a rather tall order, but this is Kentucky -- and expectations are always high. O'Neil: Missing on recruits

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Men's College Basketball 

Roland Garros @rolandgarros

"Nothing's guaranteed. At this point i'm just fighting to stay in the tournament." Serena on continuing deeper into the finals #RG15

Untouchable jersey numbers
College Football 

From Peyton Manning's No. 16 to Barry Sanders' No. 21, there are iconic jersey numbers at every Power 5 program. Numbers you don't mess with

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Blatter resigns -- what does it mean?
Soccer 

Sepp Blatter's resignation announcement added another layer of intrigue to a governing body already reeling from a corruption scandal. So where do we go from here? Marcotti Q&A

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Soccer 

Tiger kept from the winner's circle
Golf 

Woods has made 12 official starts since his last top-10 finish worldwide (2013 Turkish Airlines Open), easily the longest streak of his career. From 1996-2009, Tiger never went more than 5 straight events without a top-10 finish.

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Can Curry collect all the hardware?
NBA 

A championship would put Steph Curry in a rare group of players who won their first MVP award and first NBA title in the same season.

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Seattle's McClendon upset with umpires
MLB 

It's not walking off the field with first base, but Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon got a standing O for his theatrics during his ejection Tuesday night.

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Djokovic-Nadal's 18-shot rally
Tennis 

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal traded 18 athletic shots during one rally in the first set. Djoker ultimately won the point in the quarterfinal match at the French Open.

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Andy Murray-David Ferrer in quarters
Tennis 

If he's able to beat 7-seed Ferrer, Murray would be the 6th man in the Open Era to reach the semis at all 4 Slams at least 3 times. Murray is 14-0 on clay this year -- but Ferrer is a career 4-0 vs. Murray on clay. Live on WatchESPN

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Tennis 

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Rafa won just four points in the first four games as Djokovic went up 4-0. Nadal has turned it around and leveled it at 4-all. #RG15

On this date in 1992 ...

"Here's Jordan, for 3 ... Yes! Did you see that look? Michael indicating he can't believe it!"

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American Pharoah takes the course

The Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner hit the track this morning for his first look at Belmont Park. The draw for Saturday's race is today at noon ET.

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LeBron no favorite in these Finals
NBA 

The Warriors are the team that won 67 times this year. One rating put them as the best non-Michael Jordan team ever. LeBron James and the Cavs have their work cut out for them.

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