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Follow live: Federer advances in London

Roger Federer didn't let a lost tiebreak set keep him from cruising past Sam Groth in a third-round match Saturday at Wimbledon (live on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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A patriotic tribute to the best dunks (2:03)
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Team USA's World Cup journey (5:22)
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Doc Jacobs overcoming all odds (3:48)
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Papi unfazed by ball to the head (0:23)
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Athletes as fans: Maya Moore (0:31)
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Highlights: United States 4-0 Guatemala (2:59)
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Steph gets Phunkee from half court (0:19)

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#ICYMI: Wimbledon Week 1
Tennis 

Check out some of the best points, bloopers, outbursts and interviews from Wimbledon thus far.

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Countdown to the Body Issue: 2 DAYS
Tennis 

Tomas Berdych faces Pablo Andujar at Wimbledon today, so let's look back to when Berdych was featured in the 2014 Body Issue. The new issue comes out July 6.

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Tennis 

A July 4 tradition through the years

Legend has Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest beginning in 1916. The actual date is up for debate, but what's indisputable is how unique this event is. Photo Gallery

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Highlight: Federer cruises past Groth
Tennis 

Roger Federer dropped a tiebreaker but otherwise looked sharp against Sam Groth to advance to the 4th round at Wimbledon.

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Fireworks early for Nationals

Michael Taylor homered off Madison Bumgarner on the very first pitch of the game. On the second pitch of the game, Yunel Escobar doubled to deep center, just missing a home run. A few pitches after that, Bryce Harper homered, and the Nats lead the Giants 3-0. Follow live

Kvitova claims first set over Jankovic
Tennis 

Defending women's champion Petra Kvitova won the first set 6-3 over Jelena Jankovic. The winner will face Agnieszka Radwanska in the fourth round. Live on WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Sudo defends women's Nathan's title

Miki Sudo (right) ate 38 hot dogs in 10 minutes to win her second straight women's Nathan's hot dog eating contest. Former champ Sonya Thomas finished second with 31. The men's contest will be at noon on ESPN2.

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He gets knocked down but he gets up again
Tennis 

Dustin Brown followed up his stunning upset over Rafa Nadal with this crazy point against Viktor Troicki. However, it wasn't enough as Brown lost in four sets.

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Will win over Chile dub Messi best ever?
Soccer 

A win over Chile in the Copa America Final will be Lionel Messi's biggest international triumph. But for some, including Shaka Hislop, he can't be the best ever without a World Cup win.

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Soggy start to 4th of July in D.C.
MLB 

Rain has delayed the start of the Giants-Nationals showdown of Madison Bumgarner and Stephen Strasburg.

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69 hot dogs inside the human body

What does it look like? Sport Science did the dirty work to find out. It's not pretty.

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Live: Women's Nathan's Hot Dog contest

Sonya Thomas is looking to get her title back from Miki Sudo, who ate 34 hot dogs last year to take the women's crown. Live on WatchESPN

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Weekend warrior?
Golf 

Tiger tees off at 11:10 a.m. ET. This is just the 4th time this season that he's made a cut. The last time we saw Tiger play on a Saturday, he shot an 85 at the Memorial last month -- his worst round as a pro.

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High hopes in Dallas for DeAndre

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told radio station 1310 The Ticket in Dallas he sees DeAndre Jordan as a franchise player. "We see him as 'Shaq-like' but never having been given the opportunity. We told him if he came to the Mavs, he would be a focal point. He would grow into being a franchise player."

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Federer needs 4 sets to advance
Tennis 

Roger Federer dropped a third-set tiebreak but otherwise looked good in knocking off big-serving Sam Groth. Federer never lost serve as he continues the chase for his record-breaking 8th Wimbledon men's singles title.

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Rookies star in first Summer League game

The first final in Orlando Summer League saw the Heat beat the Pacers 92-76. Rookie Myles Turner (Indiana) led all scorers with 20 points and had 8 rebounds. Justise Winslow led Miami with 15 points on just 8 shots.

Reports: van Persie on the move
Soccer 

The Guardian and other websites are reporting that Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has agreed terms on a move to Fenerbahce. He had 10 league goals last season, second most on the team.

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July 4, 1939: Lou's heart-breaking speech
MLB 

Lou Gehrig is arguably the finest athlete New York City has ever produced. His body would eventually fail him, but his words on this day 76 years ago live on. 'An awful lot to live for'

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