Isner upset in Citi Open opener

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Big-serving American is ousted by Steve Johnson in three sets, then complains about playing on grandstand court.

Sports photo galleries

Redskins Training Camp

Day 7: The team returned to the field after a day off, and had mixed results.

Rory McIlroy wins British Open

The 143rd Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, England.

20 stunning images from the Tour de France

The first half of the world’s most famous cycling race, which runs from July 5 through 27, wound from Britain through the French countryside and into Belgium.

The waiting game

Starting pitchers like Doug Fister must make the most of their time off the mound.

The 2014 ESPY awards

Onstage, backstage and on the red carpet, the awards had style, swagger and heartfelt, unexpected grace.

Worth the weight

The last time an American man won a medal at the Olympics was in 1984; 14-year-old C.J. Cummings just might be the next one.

2014 MLB All-Star Game

The Yankees’ Derek Jeter, playing in his final All-Star Game, is saluted during the American League’s 5-3 victory.

World Cup final: Germany beats Argentina for title

Mario Goetze scores in extra time to give Germany a 1-0 win and its fourth World Cup championship.

Timeline: Bud Selig and baseball’s shared history

A complex legacy as Selig prepares to step down as MLB commissioner.

LeBron James through the years

The four-time NBA MVP has experienced the highest highs and the lowest lows during his NBA and international basketball career.

World Cup Day 23: Argentina beats Netherlands

Argentina advances to Sunday’s final vs. Germany by edging the Dutch 4-2 on penalty kicks after a scoreless tie.

World Cup Day 22: Germany routs Brazil

Germany destroys Brazil, 7-1, in Tuesday’s semifinal game in Belo Horizonte.

Sports videos

Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Jefferson's Andrew Seliskar is working on underwater technique and turns for the upcoming swim season.
Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Summer workout: Andrew Seliskar

Jefferson's Andrew Seliskar is working on underwater technique and turns for the upcoming swim season.
NCAA settles head-injury lawsuit

NCAA settles head-injury lawsuit

The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund for current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing contact sports.
What if Wall and Beal make Team USA?

What if Wall and Beal make Team USA?

The Post Sports Live crew debate the significance of John Wall and Bradley Beal's tryouts for Team USA.
How should RGIII be graded this season?

How should RGIII be graded this season?

The Post Sports Live crew looks at Robert Griffin III's 2013 statistics and debates how much improvement would constitute a successful 2014 season.
With Zimmerman injured, should Nationals make a trade?

With Zimmerman injured, should Nationals make a trade?

The Post Sports Live crew debates whether the Nationals should make a move at Thursday's trade deadline given Ryan Zimmerman's hamstring injury.
‘Camp Boring’ for the Redskins?

‘Camp Boring’ for the Redskins?

The Post Sports Live crew explains why no major news out of training camp is good for the Redskins.
Is Jay Gruden the anti-Mike Shanahan?

Is Jay Gruden the anti-Mike Shanahan?

The Post Sports Live crew debates whether the Redskins new head coach is the opposite of their former head coach.
Redskins open training camp, Nationals trade talk, Team USA tryouts

Redskins open training camp, Nationals trade talk, Team USA tryouts

The Washington Post's Jonathan Forsythe, Scott Allen, Dan Steinberg and Mike Wise discuss the first week of Redskins training camp and early impressions of new head coach Jay Gruden, debate whether the Nationals should make a move at the trade deadline given Ryan Zimmerman's injury, and talk about the significance of Bradley Beal and John Wall's tryouts for Team USA.
Judge’s ruling clears the way for $2 billion Clippers sale

Judge’s ruling clears the way for $2 billion Clippers sale

A judge ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and in favor of his wife, Shelley, clearing the way for the sale of the team to ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.