LONDON (AP) - Angelique Kerber scrapped and scrambled and pushed Serena Williams to the limit. The German hustled from corner to corner for great gets, crouched low for squat shots, and mixed off-speed slices with searing flat winners.
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James Harden (AP) Houston Rockets All-Star guard James Harden has agreed to a four-year, $118 million renegotiation that could keep him under contract through 2020, league sources told The Vertical. The deal assures the Rockets of one additional year of Harden under contract in 2018-19 because of a player option that could return him to free agency in 2019, sources said.
Serena Williams defeated Germany's Angelique Kerber to win Wimbledon Ladies' title for seventh time The 34-year-old equaled Steffi Graf's open era record of winning 22 career Grand Slam crowns Williams was pushed hard in first set but beat the fourth seed comfortably in the second Serena Williams beat Angelique Kerber 7-5, 6-3 to claim her seventh Wimbledon title and equal Steffi Graf's open era record of 22 Grand Slam crowns.