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Federer and Nadal Were the Best of Rivals. In the End, They’ll Be Partners.

The rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal has been a 21st-century staple. Righty versus lefty. Panache versus perspiration. Zen…

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At the Laver Cup, the Big Four Make Europe a Formidable Group

When he announced his retirement from professional tennis last week, Roger Federer put a cap on one of the most…

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John McEnroe Gets His Revenge

John McEnroe was sitting on a couch 43 stories above Manhattan, his gray curls and sleepy, crinkled eyes betraying every…

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Baseball Traveled to Japan 150 Years Ago. By Way of Maine.

GORHAM, Maine — This small town on the East Coast can make a claim of being one of baseball’s birthplaces.…

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World

Your Monday Briefing

A protest in Prague on Saturday against the Czech government and its response to the energy crisis.Credit...Martin Divisek/EPA, via ...

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After a Frenzy, Las Vegas Emerges Over Seattle

SEATTLE — Despite the game looking like a Las Vegas Aces pummeling of Seattle in the first half, somehow Storm…

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After a Frenzy, Las Vegas Emerges Over Seattle

SEATTLE — Despite the game looking like a Las Vegas Aces pummeling of Seattle in the first half, somehow Storm…

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Venice: Brendan Fraser Mounts a Transformational Comeback

VENICE — For someone who became famous for playing the titular lunkheads in 1990s movies like “Encino Man” and “George…

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World

Richard Roat, Seen on ‘Cheers,’ ‘Friends’ and ‘Seinfeld,’ Dies at 89

Richard Roat, a versatile character actor whose half-century-long career was punctuated by notable guest appearances on three of the most…

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Overlooked No More: Vera Menchik, First Women’s Chess Champion

This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported…

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