It was a big day at Wimbledon Tuesday. The No. 1 player in the world is gone. Hello, number …144? That would be Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, 19, who got in on a wild card and knocked 14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal out of the tournament with a four-set (7-6, 5-7, 7-6, 6-3) victory. Roger Federer is 32, young by most standards, but not so much when you're a tennis player. Still, he is making noise. He hasn't dropped a set and is in the quarterfinals for the 12th time in search of his record eighth title. With Nadal gone, that's one less obstacle. Federer made quick work (about 90 minutes) of Tommy Robredo. ... Did you see how off-kilter Serena Williams was in the doubles match? Playing with sister Venus, Serena at times could barely hold the ball before the duo was forced to retire after three games. According to a tweet, Serena was "suffering from a viral illness." Meanwhile, Maria Sharapova, who won Wimbledon in 2004, will not win on the 10th anniversary of that victory. She was defeated by Germany's Angelique Kerber, fighting off six match points in the final set before losing.

Most Washington-area residents say the Redskins should keep their name, according to a survey for WTOP radio. About 61 percent of the 604 adults reached by phone said they supported keeping the name. Sixty-seven percent of those polled in Virginia and 60 percent in Maryland supported the name, but in D.C., 57 percent said the name should be changed. ... Florida State quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston has taken out a $10 million insurance policy, according to Yahoo! Sports, which also said that Winston and his family purchased a disability and loss of value policy that would compensate Winston in case he falls out of the top 10 in the NFL draft because of injury or illness. All (dollar) signs point to this being his last year in Tallahassee. ... Once the calendar turned to July, East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa were officially welcomed to The American by commissioner Mike Aresco: Rutgers (Big Ten) and Louisville (ACC) are gone. ... Aaron Hernandez appears in a University of Florida-approved calendar this month. It was given the OK before Hernandez was arrested and charged with murder last June. ... Chiney Ogwumike of the Connecticut Sun is the WNBA rookie of the month for the second month in a row. ... Former UConn men's basketball player Lasan Kromah is on the Nets' summer league roster.

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