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Follow live: Djokovic down early at Wimbledon

After dropping his first set, No. 1 Novak Djokovic looks to avoid the upset on Manic Monday. Earlier, Andy Murray and Serena Williams -- who ousted sister Venus -- reached the quarters (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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Twenty Tour riders crash; four knocked out

Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France on Monday, with British rider Chris Froome finishing second and taking the overall lead.

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ESPN The Magazine: Seventh annual Body Issue

It's time for ESPN The Magazine's seventh annual celebration of athletes' bodies, where we admire the potential of the human form and stand in awe of those who push their physiques to profound frontiers.

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Serena ousts Venus in straight sets (0:46)
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Lloyd: There's nothing like a World Cup (4:38)
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Okamoto: McGregor-Mendes preview

Can Conor McGregor handle Chad Mendes' wrestling? Will Mendes opt to strike with McGregor? Brett Okamoto previews their UFC 189 interim featherweight title bout.

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Schaap: Ted Jackson's unique marathon journey

Ted Jackson isn't your average marathoner, but the pudgy Briton who favors gyros and french fries has an iron will that allowed him to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

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Elite 11 is underway in Oregon
College Football 

The 18 best 2016 QB prospects, including five-stars Jacob Eason (Georgia commit) and Malik Henry (FSU commit), have taken over Nike HQ.

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College Football 

NBA free agency tracker
NBA 

Reggie Jackson back to Detroit for 5 years and $80 million? That's just one of the many moves that came fast and furious in NBA free agency over a busy holiday weekend. Get caught up

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NBA 

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Kevin Anderson wins first set against 1 seed Novak Djokovic 7-6 (6), first set Djokovic has lost at Wimbledon this year (won first nine)

World Series of Poker underway
Poker 

The first of three starting days at the 2015 WSOP main event is complete and some former November Niners are among the 480 players moving on to Day 2:

  • Jorryt van Hoof – 90,650 in chips (42nd)
  • Kevin Schaffel – 89,575 in chips (45th)
  • Jonathan Duhamel – 82,700 in chips (64th)
  • Steve Gee – 56,425 in chips (153rd)
  • Anton Makiievskyi – 29,500 in chips (306th)
Small field for Day 1

Poker 

Upset brewing at Wimbledon
Tennis 

Kevin Anderson just took the first set 7-6 vs. top seed Novak Djokovic. Anderson has never been past the fourth round of Wimbledon, while Djokovic has won the tournament twice. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Brittney Griner poses for the Body Issue
WNBA 

"Honestly, I like how unique my body is. My big arms, my bigger hands, these long legs -- I love my body a lot. I love being different. If everybody was the same, it’d be a boring-ass world." Bodies we want

Paola Kudacki
WNBA 

Dominik: Broncos must sign Thomas
NFL 

Mark Dominik on the franchised WR: "I know that Peyton Manning makes a lot of players great, but Demaryius Thomas is great no matter what. I don't care what QB is throwing to him, he's going to put up tremendous numbers."

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Klitschko @Klitschko

Done deal. Just before purse bid began we reached an agreement with the Fury camp. Looking forward to the fight on October 24th @Tyson_Fury

Federer or Djokovic best in business?
Tennis 

Both are in action at the fourth round of Wimbledon right now on ESPN. While they play, you can help decide the ESPY for the Best Male Tennis Player. Stan Wawrinka and Marin Cilic are also candidates. Vote here

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Tennis 

Jason Pierre-Paul still in hospital
NFL 

The Giants' DE remains in a Florida hospital following a Fourth of July fireworks accident, according to ESPN & media reports. The injuries to his hands and fingers are not expected to be career-threatening. Story

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NFL 

Grass a friend to Andy Murray
Tennis 

Murray improved to 9-0 on grass courts in 2015 with his fourth-round win over Ivo Karlovic today. He'll face Vasek Pospisil in the Wimbledon quarterfinals.

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Tennis 

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Joe Johnson would give #Cavs a max player at every position: PG Kyrie, SF LeBron, PF Love, C Thompson. But their tax bill would be insane!

Cavs-Nets trade talks stagnant
NBA 

Chris Broussard explains: "At one point it seemed like the ball was in the Cavaliers' court ... Now it seems like the Nets don't really want to do it."

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NBA 

Spurs win big in free agency
NBA 

ESPN's 5-on-5 panel was unanimous. San Antonio was the big winner in free agency. Royce Young writes: "Normally dormant and enjoying the frenzied madness from afar over a glass of wine, the Spurs stepped into the middle of it this summer." More winners and losers

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NBA 

Federer eases through first set
Tennis 

Roger Federer quickly dismantled Roberto Bautista Agut 6-2 in the first set to take the early advantage. A trip to the Wimbledon quarterfinals is on the line. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Tennis 

Wade says end not in sight during Q&A
NBA 

Answering questions in an impromptu Twitter Q&A, Dwyane Wade said he will retire when he "can no longer play," and had a comeback when asked if he missed being carried by LeBron James. Flash answers

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NBA 

Domino effect of McIlroy's injury
Golf 

Rory McIlroy's injured ankle has not only cast doubt on his chances to repeat as British Open champion, but it's also thrust his young rival's run at golf history into the spotlight, writes Bob Harig. Impact on Jordan Spieth

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Golf 

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Around the grounds: Federer up break on BautistaAgut Djokovic-Anderson on serve Berdych down 2 sets to 0 v Simon Cilic-Kudla tied 4-4 in 4th