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Follow live: Day 3 shakes off rain, gets underway

Rain briefly postponed play on an already crowded Wednesday at Wimbledon. But as it clears, Novak Djokovic leads a star-studded day of tennis, that also includes Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer.

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Indians have won 11 straight games, tied for the 4th-longest single-season streak in team history and their longest such streak since 1982

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For 3 pounds, you can buy a can of tennis balls that perhaps Serena Williams or Novak Djokovic just used.

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Just about ready to roll on the outer courts after a 70-minute rain delay. On Court 17, Lucas Pouille, one of the game's rising stars, takes the court.

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In less than an hour, Novak Djokovic takes on Adrian Mannarino in the second round of Wimbledon. In the No. 1 prevails, it would be his 30th straight Grand Slam win, breaking the Open era record he currently shares with Rod Laver (1969-70).

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Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Assuming the rain stays away, we're still a few hours from the Roger Federer-Marcus Willis battle. An upset by Willis would put "Rudy" to shame. But keep in mind, the last time Federer fell to a Brit at Wimbledon … 1999 against Tim Henman.

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Hard to say it better than this Evening Standard headline did about Wednesday's Centre Court Wimbledon match between Marcus Willis and Roger Federer. The article says the upstart is guaranteed £50,000, regardless of the result, after earning £258 for the year to date.

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Watch: Day 3 at Wimbledon
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Thanks to a rainy Day 2, there are 32 matches today, including 7 of the top 10 seeds. Buckle up and tune in! Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Melvin Upton Jr.'s master plan
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  • Rob a homer
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Banana boat super team?
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Michael Rapaport shared his thoughts on Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and LeBron James taking a vacation together again: "I don't know what [Carmelo Anthony's] doing riding around with these guys."

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Coors Field or Coors Lake?
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Storms passed through Denver causing flooding in the park before the Rockies-Blue Jays contest.

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Just call him Anthony 'The Tarp' Rizzo
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Because he has 1B covered. The Cubs' first baseman made a spectacular catch as he stretched over the tarp, reminding us of two other amazing tarp grabs by Rizzo.

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Serena Williams ... with rabbit ears?

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The NBA's best 3-and-D free agents
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Kevin Arnovitz identifies four NBA free agents who are effective 3-point shooters as well as lockdown defenders.

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Team USA excited for Rio
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"I'm just looking forward to playing with these great players on my team," Kevin Durant said.

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How are England fans coping?
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ESPN FC's Alison Bender returns to England to speak with fans in the wake of the country's shocking loss to Iceland in Euro 2016.

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President Obama posts heartfelt tribute to Summitt
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President Barack Obama reflects on the incredible spirit and career of Tennessee coaching legend Pat Summitt, who died Tuesday at age 64. ' Unparalleled success'

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Organisers for the Tour de France will use thermal cameras to detect motors on bikes.

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Greinke out early with tight oblique in loss
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Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke left after two innings of work after suffering tightness in his left oblique in 4-3 Dbacks win over the Phillies.

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