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Coco Gauff gets her wish: A rematch with world No. 1 Iga Swiatek at French Open
The young American lost to Swiatek in last year's final at Roland Garros, and the three-time Slam winner has beaten her in all six of their head-to-meetings. But, as Gauff said, "if you want to improve, you have to play the best."
Chris Weidman added to UFC 292 card, scheduled for August at TD Garden
Weidman fought in Boston in 2019 and will be back at the Garden on Aug. 19.
Kyle Busch fends off Denny Hamlin to win NASCAR Cup Series race outside St. Louis
“Our short-track stuff has been a struggle this year. We knew we really wanted to come out here and set a focus on running at a shorter track,” said Busch, whose other wins this year came at Talladega and Auto Club Speedway in California.
Carlos Alcaraz reaches French Open quarterfinals using his bag of tricks
His quarterfinal opponent will be No. 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas, a two-time major runner-up who advanced by beating qualifier Sebastian Ofner 7-5, 6-3, 6-0.
Carlos Alcaraz keeps making highlights at French Open, while Novak Djokovic reaches record 17th quarterfinal
Alcarez has become unmissable tennis, and Djokovic just keeps setting records.
Australia’s Rhiannan Iffland, Romania’s Constantin Popovici win Boston leg of Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series
Divers from all over the world leapt into Boston Harbor in front of thousand of spectators.
NCAA baseball tournament
Boston College and UConn survive in college baseball tournament
Northeastern and Central Connecticut were eliminated.
American Coco Gauff rallies to beat 16-year-old sensation Mirra Andreeva at French Open
Also, top-ranked Iga Swiatek continued her impressive run as she took just 51 minutes to beat Xinyu Wang, 6-0, 6-0.