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  • Federer loses to pal Wawrinka in Paris; Tsonga into semis

    Stumbling on his way to the net, Roger Federer dropped his racket and fell to his knees on the red clay. Hardly the sort of grace and precision the world has come to expect from the 17-time Grand Slam champion.
  • Stalder, Hoffmann are All-Americans in tennis

    Stalder, Hoffmann are All-Americans in tennis
    The top high school tennis players in Southern California gathered in the same room Monday night at the Newport Beach Yacht Club. In a sport as physically demanding and often isolated as tennis, rivalries sometimes may form. But everyone there for the...

    Tuesday's multi-sport high school roundup: Lafayette, York boys advance in soccer; York tennis players shine in regional

    Tuesday's multi-sport high school roundup: Lafayette, York boys advance in soccer; York tennis players shine in regional
    BOYS SOCCER: Group 3A East: Reeves Trott had two goals and an assist as Lafayette won 4-1 Tuesday at Huguenot in a Group 3A East quarterfinal. The triumph moved the Rams into a Wednesday road semifinal against James Monroe. Also in 3A East, York...

    On The Fly: Hoiberg Hopes To Bring Winning Touch To Bulls

    On The Fly: Hoiberg Hopes To Bring Winning Touch To Bulls
    Fred Hoiberg officially became the new coach of the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, replacing New Britain native Tom Thibodeau, who was fired amid friction with the front office. Hoiberg, who played for the Bulls from 1999-2003, was on fire as coach at Iowa...

    French Open Lookahead: Djokovic, Nadal renew rivalry in QF

    Maybe it's because Novak Djokovic was only 19 at the time, young and full of bravado. Or perhaps it's because he simply was saying aloud what he certainly hoped, but couldn't be absolutely positive, was true. Then again, there's also the possibility...