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Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic to meet in Wimbledon finals

LONDON - Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will meet for the Wimbledon title after the old guard held off the new in the semifinals Friday at the All England Club.

In Aiken, Matt Bosse hit one of USC Aiken's three homers and drove in three runs as the Pacers beat Paine 13-5 on Wednesday. TJ Costen and Ty Barkell also homered for USC Aiken (18-7).
Aussies had plenty of close calls at Masters

Greg Norman's list of close calls at the Masters Tournament is legendary.
Andy Murray wins US Open

Andy Murray has won the U.S. Open in five grueling sets to become the first British man since 1936 to capture a Grand Slam title.

Former Augusta State center Garret Siler , an Atlanta Hawks free agent, has survived another round of cuts.
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Hewitt is brash on the court, shy off it

NEW YORK -- Lleyton Hewitt's fighting spirit has helped him become a Grand Slam champion and the world's top-ranked player. It also gets him into trouble.\r\n
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Serena Williams beats sister at Key Biscayne

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- Serena Williams scored a breakthrough victory Thursday that ended older sister Venus' reign on Key Biscayne, winning 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinals of the Nasdaq-100 Open.\r\n
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On taxing success

It will be a long time before President Clinton calls 20-year-old tennis phenom Venus Williams again.
Olympics notebook

SYDNEY, Australia -- A busy day for Juan Antonio Samaranch. He visited the Olympic Village, performed on the didgeridoo and finally brokered a historic agreement between North and South Korea. Under a deal announced Sunday night, athletes from North and South Korea will for the first time march as a single delegation Friday in the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympics. IOC president Samaranch and leaders from both nations completed the agreement for the two teams to appear at the opening ceremonies behind a Korean unification flag.
Serena Williams wins U.S. Open

NEW YORK -- The kid sister turned out to be the real champ. Serena Williams finished the job that big sister Venus couldn't, beating Martina Hingis 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) to capture the U.S. Open title Saturday at age 17 in only her second year as a pro. As graceful and quick as a gymnast, the powerfully built Williams put on a spectacular display of mature tennis with an all-court attack to become the first black woman to win a Grand Slam title since Althea Gibson in 1958. "It's just too exciting to compute right now," Williams said.
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