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Roger Federer Wins Mercedes Cup With Victory Over Milos Raonic, Reigns As The No.1 In Mens Tennis

Roger Federer beat Milos Raonic to win the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart, his first event for two and a half months. The Swiss had not played since the Miami Open in March, after choosing to miss the clay-court season, but the win in Germany gives him a 98th Tour title. Federer, 36, beat Canadian Raonic 6-4 7-6 (7-3) in the final. The 20-time Grand Slam champion had already secured his return to number one in the world rankings with victory over Nick Kyrgios in the semi-final. The only break of serve came in the third game of the match...

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Puma Inks Lifetime Deal With Basketball Legend, And Greatest Point Guard To Suit Up For The Knicks, Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier, Puma Also Signs Projected No. 1 Draft Pick Deandre Ayton

Walter “Clyde” Frazier didn’t imagine that when his namesake Puma shoe launched more than 40 years ago, the Clyde sneaker would still make the cultural impact that it does today. “My prayers have been answered that I’m still relevant, and I haven’t played basketball in 35 years. I’m still popular with the Knicks and now this shoe,” he said to FN when Puma released a special edition Clyde Wraither Pack in 2016. Two years later, the athletic giant continues to celebrate Frazier with the deal of a lifetime — literally. Today at the Puma Hoops HQ in Brooklyn, the brand...

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2018 FIFA WORLD CUP RUSSIA UPDATE

FIFA WORLD CUP MATCHE SCORE UPDATE: @FIFAWorldCup After four days of games, the FIFA World Cup is already shaping up to be more exciting than many hoped. Some of the biggest teams in the tournament have underperformed, with a handful of shock results that should mix up the rest of the group games. 1. Russia thrashes Saudi Arabia One of the biggest shocks so far happened on the opening day of the tournament, when the lowest-ranked team in the competition took the top spot in their group with a huge five-goal lead. Opening their home tournament in Moscow, Russia...

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Justify Triumphs In The 2018 Belmont Stakes To Win The Triple Crown, And Bob Baffert Wins His 2nd Triple Crown Title

ELMONT, N.Y. — It was Justify’s moment, after all. In a withering display of power and durability, the late-blooming colt who didn’t race as a 2-year-old proved Saturday he couldn’t be worn out as a 3-year-old, thundering to victory in the Belmont Stakes to claim a place in history as the sport’s 13th Triple Crown champion. After a 37-year drought in which the feat seemed impossible, Justify became the second horse in four years to achieve it, schooled, like 2015 predecessor American Pharoah, by Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. Before Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, which Justify won by 1¾...

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Rafael Nadal Wins 11th “Tournoi de Roland-Garros” French Open “Championnats Internationaux de France de tennis”

Rafael Nadal smashed his way to victory in three sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2; has won 17 major titles in Men’s Tennis. Rafael Nadal of Spain plays a backhand during the men’s singles final of the French Open “Championnats Internationaux de France de tennis” against Dominic Thiem of Austria. PARIS—As he sat down in the French Open lounge on Saturday, Günter Bresnik, Dominic Thiem’s coach, was asked about Thiem’s upcoming French Open final against Rafael Nadal, the finest clay court tennis player of all time. “Unfortunately, he could get destroyed,” Bresnik said. To Thiem’s credit, he played for broke in Sunday’s...

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