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Davis Cup Sees Its Old Soul in the Tears of a Vanquished Serbian Team

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At Chelsea, Hard Work as High Art

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Wat Misaka, 95, First Nonwhite in Modern Pro Basketball, Dies

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Fred Cox, Vikings Kicker and an Inventor of Nerf Football, Dies at 80 -- He was a mainstay of a Vikings team that lost four Super Bowls and, while playing, helped create a squeezable foam toy that brought him decades of royalties. -- Richard Sandomir

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Texans Beat the Colts to Seize Division Lead -- Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson hit DeAndre Hopkins for two touchdowns in the 20-17 victory. -- Agence France-Presse

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On Tennis - At Davis Cup, a Memorable Night (Plus Morning) Exposes Some Flaws - A doubles match between the United States and Italy ended at 4:04 a.m., another hiccup for an overhauled event that has not gotten off to a seamless start. By - Christopher Clarey

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Seven Russians Suspended for Obstructing Doping Investigation in Track -- The bans deepened a crisis for Russian sports that soon could see the country barred from next summer's Tokyo Olympics and other major international sporting events. -- Tariq Panja

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N.F.L. Upholds Myles Garrett's Indefinite Suspension -- Garrett, the Cleveland Browns star, told N.F.L. officials that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph used a racial slur during an in-game brawl. -- Ken Belson

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The Japan Cup Honors Deep Impact -- He delivered an emphatic victory there in 2006, and his recent death has deeply affected Japanese fans. -- Amanda Duckworth

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The Jockey Yutaka Take Reflects on His Career -- He's won the Japanese Triple Crown, the Japan Cup four times and has more than 4,000 victories. -- Tom Pedulla

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There are Eight Undefeated Pac-12 Basketball Teams. Really. -- U.C.L.A. and Arizona appear to be strong again for a conference that put only three teams in each of the past two N.C.A.A. tournaments. -- Jon Rothstein

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Texans Look for Stability Against Wildly Unpredictable Colts -- Houston is trying to forget last week's embarrassing loss and Indianapolis is dealing with several injuries in a game with huge playoff implications. -- Benjamin Hoffman

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Yankees Cut Jacoby Ellsbury and Greg Bird -- Injuries have prevented Ellsbury, who has more than $26 million left on his contract, from playing since 2017 and also stifled Bird's career. -- The Associated Press

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