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A Generation Overshadowed by Federer and Nadal Heads for the Exit

A Generation Overshadowed by Federer and Nadal Heads for the Exit

Mikhail Youzhny, 36, played his last Grand Slam match on Tuesday.

Who Can Beat the Patriots?

Who Can Beat the Patriots?

Tom Brady and the Patriots finished the regular season 13-3.

Young Swimmers May Have to Wait to Dress Like Katie Ledecky

Young Swimmers May Have to Wait to Dress Like Katie Ledecky

Katelyn Tran was 10 when she swam at a meet in Pacifica, Calif., in January. She wore a high-tech suit, while many other competitors opted for traditional racing suits, which typically do not cover girls’ thighs.

The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

The Washington Capitals, After Years of Frustration, Win the Stanley Cup

Alex Ovechkin finally lifted the Stanley Cup and shed the label of being the best player who had never won a championship.

Alabama Beats Clemson to Set Up All-S.E.C. Championship Game

Alabama Beats Clemson to Set Up All-S.E.C. Championship Game

Calvin Ridley, left, and Damien Harris celebrating Alabama’s first-quarter touchdown. The Crimson Tide never trailed Clemson on Monday night and advanced to the national championship game for the third year in a row.

Reggie Miller: Sharpshooter. Analyst. Coach?

Reggie Miller: Sharpshooter. Analyst. Coach?

The TNT analyst Reggie Miller made 2,560 3-pointers, second on the N.B.A.’s career list.

Martin Odegaard’s Second Act on a Smaller Stage

Martin Odegaard’s Second Act on a Smaller Stage

Martin Odegaard, 19, was loaned to Heerenveen, a Dutch club, after failing to find much playing time at Real Madrid.

P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Sits Atop an Intriguing Leaderboard

P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Sits Atop an Intriguing Leaderboard

Brooks Koepka followed his 63 on Friday with a 66 on Saturday and leads second-place Adam Scott by two strokes at the Bellerive Country Club in Missouri.

For $2.20 an Hour, the U.S. Open’s First Ball Boys Held Court With the Greats

For $2.20 an Hour, the U.S. Open’s First Ball Boys Held Court With the Greats

Rich, left, and Tom McEvily were ball boys at the first U.S. Open in 1968 and say it was the “best job we ever had.”

Don’t Arrive Late to the Game. You’ll Miss the Show.

Don’t Arrive Late to the Game. You’ll Miss the Show.

Ayron Sequeira, the Golden Knights' senior director of entertainment production, on the phone attempting to secure a pregame flyover while Tyler Cofer handles props at their office.

How Jordan Spieth Took Control at the Masters

How Jordan Spieth Took Control at the Masters

Jordan Spieth walks off his birdie putt on No. 13. Spieth made five straight birdies on the back nine and leads the Masters by two strokes.

Nascar Waits for Leader of Its Next Generation to Emerge

Nascar Waits for Leader of Its Next Generation to Emerge

Darrell Wallace Jr., 24, is in his first full season in Nascar's top series, racing for Richard Petty Motorsports. He is among a large group of young drivers in the spotlight for Sunday's Daytona 500.

Russia’s Most Soccer-Mad City, Excluded From the World Cup

Russia’s Most Soccer-Mad City, Excluded From the World Cup

Soccer fans in Krasnodar flocked to the amphitheater next to the stadium of F.C. Krasnodar to watch World Cup action.

Warriors’ Game 6 Revival Keeps Series Alive Against the Rockets

Warriors’ Game 6 Revival Keeps Series Alive Against the Rockets

Klay Thompson scored 35 points for Golden State in Game 6 after the Warriors struggled against the Houston Rockets in the first half.

U.S. Open Memories: Players and Readers Tell Their Stories

U.S. Open Memories: Players and Readers Tell Their Stories

High above the Open, crowds take in the action at Flushing Meadows in August, 1986.

Josef Martinez’s Scoring Spree Puts Atlanta United on Top of M.L.S.

Josef Martinez’s Scoring Spree Puts Atlanta United on Top of M.L.S.

Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez celebrated after scoring against Montreal on July 28.


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