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Serena ousts Venus, keeps Slam hopes alive

In a sibling battle of five-time Wimbledon champions, Serena Williams beat older sister Venus 6-4, 6-3 Monday at Wimbledon to advance to the quarterfinals.

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Arthur Ashe - Finding my godfather

On the 40th anniversary of Arthur Ashe's Wimbledon triumph, Nic Atkin revisits the life and tragic death of a true sporting hero.

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Simon talks battle with Monfils (2:12)
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Tomic banned from Davis Cup match for comments

Australian Bernard Tomic has been suspended from this month's home Davis Cup quarterfinal against Kazakhstan for his verbal attack on Tennis Australia officials.

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Karlovic's double-hit controversy (0:55)
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Kvitova, Jankovic reflect on third round (0:48)
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Digital Serve: Women in the second week (2:40)
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Arthur Ashe's impact (4:27)
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Ward sorry for swearing in third-round Wimbledon exit

James Ward could not conjure any great lessons he had learnt from his Wimbledon third-round defeat by Vasek Pospisil, but he did vow to try to keep his emotions in check in future.

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Five Things We Learned: Day 6 (2:14)
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Wozniacki: It's going to be great (0:53)
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Fed explains emoji-laden tweet (1:44)

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