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17hGreg Garber

Garber: Federer's top 10 Wimbledon matches

With record after record, Roger Federer's history at the All England Club is unparalleled, but what are his top 10 matches on the lush lawns of Wimbledon?

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McEnroe: No heat rule for men is sexist (3:12)
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Federer, Nadal, Tsonga and Murray on heat (0:46)
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Brad Gilbert's top eight shots ever (1:55)
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Advantage, lefty (1:18)
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    IBM Insights: The Rafa factor

    Is Rafael Nadal, a title contender, a dangerous floater who can upset one of the top dogs or an easy draw for one of the top seeds?

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Soaring temperatures at Wimbledon all week (1:43)
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Five Things We Learned: Day 2 (3:10)

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What's a little heat?

Roger Federer beat the heat after practice today by snapping some selfies with fans.

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Wimbledon might enact 'Heat Rule' Today

It's 33.6 degrees C (92.4F) at the All England Club today, quickly approaching the hottest day ever at Wimbledon (34.6C, 94.3F in 1976). Introduced in 1992, the "Heat Rule" allows the women to take a 10-minute break between the 2nd and 3rd set when the heat stress index is at or above 30.1C. There is no similar rule for the men.

Gilbert's best 8 shots in men's tennis

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal's forehand. Novak Djokovic's return of serve. Brad Gilbert claims they're the best -- so whose backhand is No. 1?

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Nishikori talks Wimbledon withdrawal

Kei Nishikori's calf injury, which had improved enough to let him play a first-round match, was "hurting too much" to continue playing today.

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Djokovic claims first set

After an early deficit, Novak Djokovic took the first set 6-4 from Jarkko Nieminen. They're tied 1-1 in the second during the early action on a warm day at Wimbledon. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Nadal's advantage at Wimbledon

The forgotten man of Wimbledon -- he's the No. 10 seed -- Rafael Nadal is ready to remind the field he's here and still formidable. Tandon: 5 reasons

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Age just a number for Haas?

Tommy Haas got his first match win at Wimbledon in 1997 -- when today's opponent, Milos Raonic, was 6 years old. If Haas wins, his next opponent could be Nick Kyrgios, who was two years old when Haas debuted at Wimbledon. (via FiveThirtyEight) Live on WatchESPN

Numbers in Djokovic's favor

Jarkko Nieminen, playing in his last Wimbledon at 33, has lost all 11 matches he has played against a world No. 1, and hasn't won a set in the last 10. He’s unlikely to change that today against current No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who hasn't dropped a set in his last 24 matches at majors against players outside the top 50. (via FiveThirtyEight) Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Watch: Novak Djokovic in second round

The defending Wimbledon champ -- who has made it to at least the semis in his last 5 Wimbledon appearances -- faces Finland's Jarkko Nieminen on Centre Court on Day 3. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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World No. 5 Kei Nishikori has withdrawn from The Championships with a left calf injury. Santiago Giraldo will receive a walkover #Wimbledon

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Seeds start off strong: [11] Dimitrov wins opening 7-6(8) v Johnson [16] Goffin clinches 1st 7-6(3) v Broady [27] Tomic 7-6(3) over Herbert