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Federer wins, gets royal applause

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Roger Federer gave Prince Charles a bow, then gave Fabio Fognini a royal thumping.
With the Prince of Wales visiting Wimbledon for the first time since 1970, Federer was at his best Wednesday and beat Fognini 6-1, 6-3, 6-2.

Grimm roughed up in 8-2 loss by Texas

ARLINGTON (AP) — The first time was much better for Texas Rangers rookie Justin Grimm.
Nine days after his impressive winning major league debut, and never pitching above Double-A before that, Grimm allowed six runs and eight hits while facing only 12 batters in an 8-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.

Arizona ends SC's run, wins CWS title

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Andy Lopez finally won his national championship with Arizona.
The Wildcats ended South Carolina's two-year run of dominance at the College World Series with a 4-1 victory on Monday night, rewarding Lopez for persevering through the hard times that came with rebuilding the downtrodden program he took over 11 years ago.

Harrison wins 10th game for Texas

ARLINGTON (AP) — Matt Harrison wanted to stay in the game, pleading his case in the dugout that he felt OK.
The Texas Rangers weren't taking any chances with the left-hander who keeps winning for them and is in line for a spot on the AL All-Star team that will be led by his own manager.
Harrison worked five scoreless innings and matched the American League lead with his 10th victory in the Rangers' 4-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday night. His outing was cut short only because of tightness in his lower back that caused soreness in his left hip.

Gatlin wins 100, Gay close second at trials

EUGENE, Oregon (AP) — Americans Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay could have the best chance of chasing down Usain Bolt at the London Games after showing they're rounding into top form in the 100-meter final of the U.S. Olympic trials.
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