- Djokovic beats 9-time French Open champ Nadal in quarters
PARIS (AP) — Novak Djokovic ended Rafael Nadal's 39-match French Open winning streak by beating the nine-time champion in a surprisingly lopsided quarterfinal 7-5, 6-3, 6-1 on Wednesday.
- South Dakota State University head equestrian coach resigns
BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota State University head equestrian coach Megan Rossiter is leaving to pursue other professional opportunities.
- The Latest: Players' union calls for FIFA transparency
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- NBA plans "The NBA Experience at Walt Disney World Resort"
NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA is going to Disney World.
- What next for the 7 men detained in the FIFA raids in Zurich
ZURICH (AP) — One week after an American investigation of soccer corruption erupted at FIFA, seven men remain detained in Zurich prison cells.
- NFL chooses Yahoo as partner in experiment to stream game
NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL says it has chosen Yahoo as its partner in an experiment to stream a game internationally in October.
- Angerer anchors German World Cup team facing challenges
Goalkeeper Nadine Angerer anchors a German team that is facing challenges and changes.
- Sepp Blatter back at work at FIFA headquarters
ZURICH (AP) — A day after announcing his decision to resign, Sepp Blatter was back at work at FIFA headquarters on Wednesday as the worst corruption crisis in the governing body's 111-year history continued to unfold.
- Palestinian FIFA bid stirs opposite reactions among Israelis
JERUSALEM (AP) — An aborted bid by the Palestinians to expel Israel from FIFA, the world soccer federation, has set off an uproar in Israel, raising fears that more such diplomatic assaults are on the way. But some liberal Israelis are more accepting of the Palestinian move, seeing it as an unpleasant step that just might prod Israel onto a peace track.
- South African sports minister says $10 million not a bribe
JOHANNESBURG (AP) â South Africa's sports minister "categorically" denied on Wednesday that the $10 million paid to former FIFA official Jack Warner in 2008 was a bribe for his help in securing the World Cup.
- Platini cancels UEFA meeting on anti-Blatter tactics
NYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA has canceled a meeting in Berlin this weekend where member federations were to discuss ways of opposing a Sepp Blatter-led FIFA.
- Interpol issues 'red notice' for 6 linked to FIFA probe
PARIS (AP) — Interpol added six men with ties to FIFA to its most wanted list on Wednesday, issuing an international alert for two former FIFA officials and four executives on charges including racketeering and corruption.
- Growing calls for Thai owners to address Leicester sex video
BANGKOK (AP) — It remains unclear how the "racist orgy" video was leaked. But it's safe to say the scandal surrounding Leicester City was not the game plan when its Thai owners and sponsors invited the club to tour Thailand.
- LEADING OFF: Tanaka rejoins Yanks, Giants off to White House
A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today:
- Mariners give up tying run in 9th, lose to Yankees in 11
SEATTLE (AP) — Since Mariners catcher Mike Zunino and manger Lloyd McClendon were ejected in the third inning, both were long gone by the time the game got to the late innings.