Good morning! Here are the plays everybody will be talking about Monday:
Roger Federer wins Wimbledon again and then breaks down. Federer won his record-breaking eighth Wimbledon championship on Sunday, as he finished off Marin Cilic in a straight-sets rout with an ace. After the match, Federer seemed to get overwhelmed by the emotion of the moment as he started to cry after sitting down and seeing his four children celebrating his win.
Lonzo Ball’s punch pass. Who knows what Ball will ultimately be, but early on it looks like he has a little Larry Bird in him. That is, he’s not going to out-run anybody and he is not going to out-jump anybody, but he just seems to have a natural instinct on the court of exactly where the ball needs to be and how to get it there. The latest was a punch pass that led to a fast-break dunk.
Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Aaron Judge. The Boston Red Sox were clinging to a 3-0 lead over the New York Yankees in the eighth inning on Sunday night when it appeared that Judge appeared to go deep. But just when it looked like Judge had made the game much closer and much more interesting, Bradley robbed Judge in the deepest part of Fenway Park.
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