Trouble for Wimbledon's big names?
Tennis: A big Monday at Wimbledon, as the fourth round rolls on. The women's bracket got busted today, with seventh-seeded Serena Williams getting bounced by Marion Bartoli, five-time champion Venus Williams was ousted by Tsvetana Pironkova and top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki got bumped by Dominika Cibulkova. Maria Sharapova, who cruised into the quarters with a straight sets win, has her best shot at the title in years.
On the men's side top matches today include Rafael Nadal versus Juan Martin del Potro, Roger Federer versus Mikhail Youzhny, Novak Djokovic versus Michael Llodra, and the last remaining American, Mardy Fish, taking on Tomas Berdych.
Women's World Cup: All eyes are on the Women's World Cup in Germany. espnW has all the matchups, scores and inside info right here.
MLB: On Saturday, Tigers starter Justin Verlander picked up his 10th win of the year, today Max Scherzer will try to become the second Detroit pitcher to reach that milestone. Scherzer will line up opposite Zach Stewart and the Blue Jays in a makeup of a previously postponed game (6:05 p.m.). ... It is safe to say the Dodgers will have a lot on their minds when they kick off a three-game set with the Twins in Minnesota tonight. This morning a spokesperson for the team announced that they'd filed for bankruptcy protection. Chad Billingsley will try to give the team and its fans a lift with a good start tonight against Nick Blackburn. (8:10 p.m.).
The Davey Johnson era begins today for the Nationals, as the team plays under its new skipper for the first time. Johnson will send John Lannan out against Ervin Santana and the Angels in the first of a three-game set in Anaheim (10:05 p.m.).