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Love It or Hate It, There’s No Ignoring Tennis’s New Serve Clock

By BEN ROTHENBERG

At recent tournaments, the ATP and WTA Tours have implemented a countdown clock that will be used at the United States Open later this month.

First, the Yankees Played the Indians. Then World War ll Took the Field.

By ANNE RAUGH KEENE

It was 75 years ago this weekend when Yankee Stadium became the site of an unusual doubleheader, featuring the Yankees, Cleveland Indians and the United States Navy.

First, the Yankees Played the Indians. Then World War ll Took the Field.

By ANNE RAUGH KEENE

It was 75 years ago this weekend when Yankee Stadium became the site of an unusual doubleheader, featuring the Yankees, Cleveland Indians and the United States Navy.

Adrian Cronauer, β€˜Good Morning, Vietnam’ D.J., Dies at 79

By NEIL GENZLINGER

Although the character embodied by Robin Williams was largely a fictional construct, Mr. Cronauer’s signature wake-up line was real.

Now in Living Color: Ted Williams’s Last Game

By BILL PENNINGTON

For nearly 58 years, Williams’s last game has been seen in black-and-white. Now, recently discovered color footage adds another dimension to his final, fabled at-bat.

Now in Living Color: Ted Williams’s Last Game

By BILL PENNINGTON

For nearly 58 years, Williams’s last game has been seen in black-and-white. Now, recently discovered color footage adds another dimension to his final, fabled at-bat.

No Storybook Ending for Serena Williams. Instead, a Wimbledon Title for Angelique Kerber.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Kerber’s victory prevented Williams, who gave birth less than a year ago, from tying Margaret Court’s record of 24 major singles titles.

On Tennis: Serena Williams, Enjoying Every Moment, Is Back in the Wimbledon Final

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Ten and a half months after giving birth to her daughter, Williams will play for a Grand Slam title, facing Angelique Kerber at the All England Club.

A Calm Serena Williams Claims Her Spot in the Wimbledon Semifinals

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Williams advanced the semifinals with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Camila Giorgi. Two other Grand Slam champions, Angelique Kerber and Jelena Ostapenko, are also among the final four.

On Tennis: As Serena Williams Rolls, It’s Tempting to Think About No. 24

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Williams is back in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon without playing anyone ranked in the top 60, and she is guaranteed not to face a top 10 seed.

Mothers in Tennis Grow in Influence

By KAREN CROUSE

This year’s women’s singles draw at Wimbledon featured six moms, including Serena Williams and Evgeniya Rodina, who will play each other Monday.

As More Top Players Fall, Serena Williams Endures at Wimbledon

By BEN ROTHENBERG

Eight of the top 10 women in the rankings, including Venus Williams and Madison Keys, have been eliminated during the first week. But Serena Williams is still around.

A Daughter Worries as Williams Struggles in F1

By IAN PARKES

Claire Williams discussed the demise this season of the Formula One team her father, Sir Frank Williams, created 41 years ago.

At Wimbledon, Married Women Are Still β€˜Mrs.’

By KAREN CROUSE and BEN ROTHENBERG

Wimbledon sticks with its traditions, including one that makes sure to delineate a woman by her marital status.

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