Highlights of this day in history: Race rioting hits Detroit; Former President Ulysses S. Grant dies; Britain's Prince Andrew marries 'Fergie'; Vanessa Williams gives up Miss America crown; Golfer.. USATODAY.com
Former grand slam winner Ilie Nastase has been banned from any official roles in tennis until 2021 and fined $10,000 for his foul-mouthed outbursts during a Fed Cup tie between Great Britain and.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Celebrities are just like regular people; they like to drink and have a good time once in awhile. It just so happens that tennis star Roger Federer's once in awhile came following his eighth Wimbledon.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Never did this before and we even had witness to see it all! Part 2 of the triple, turned into a Grand slam...no one left on base. what a beautiful and amazing clutch of eggs all the babies are.. Source: Rumble -
Former world No1 Rory McIlroy has scotched claims that he has lost his edge, insisting he is as hungry as ever to add to his tally of four Majors at the Open Championship this week.
McIlroy tees off.. City A.M.
BRITAIN'S Johanna Konta has been confirmed as the new world No4 – a career high – after the rankings were updated following her trailblazing run to the Wimbledon semi-finals.
Konta became the.. City A.M.
Age-defying Roger Federer admits he is shocked by the scale of his renaissance after sealing his second grand slam of 2017 and a record eighth Wimbledon title with victory over Marin Cilic.
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Britain’s Jamie Murray has toasted a second Wimbledon title 10 years after his first following his success alongside Martina Hingis in the mixed doubles.
Murray and Hingis, the top seeds, beat.. City A.M.
At the top of the list still sits Ken Rosewall, winner of the 1972 Australian Open at 37 years 63 days. Rosewall beat Malcolm Anderson back in January 1972, etching his name in the history books. MailOnline
BBC Local News: London -- Roger Federer becomes the first man to win Wimbledon eight times and extends his record to 19 Grand Slam titles with victory over Croatia's Marin Cilic. BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News •BBC Sport
Coach Conchita Martinez believes Garbine Muguruza can go on to become world No1 after she won the Wimbledon women’s singles title for the first time.
Muguruza, 23, crushed Venus Williams 7-5, 6-0.. City A.M.