All things sporty (3)

Mohamed Salah has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool that ties him to the club until 2023.

Salah scored 44 goals in 52 appearances for Liverpool last season following his £39.9 million transfer from Roma.

The Indiana Fever signed veteran guard Cappie Pondexter to a free-agent contract.

Pondexter was waived by the Los Angeles Sparks on Thursday, is a seven-time All-star and has won two WNBA titles.

Indiana (1-15) is off to its worst start in franchise history.
With money issues resolved, Manny Pacquiao-Lucas Matthysse is a go.

Matthysse is due to defend his secondary welterweight world title against Pacquiao, the Filipino legend July 15 (July 14 USA time).
After being selected No.17 overall in this week's MLB draft, North Carolina recruit Jordyn Adams announced that he will not enroll at the school and will instead pursue a professional baseball career.
Terrell Owens announced that he will make his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, on Aug.4.

A third draft selection of San Francisco 49ers in 1996, Owens ranks eighth all time in receptions (1,078), second in receiving yards (15,934), and third in receiving touchdowns (153).

He played for San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo and Cincinnati during a career that spanned 15 years.
The New York Yankees signed Luis Severino's 19-year-old brother, fellow right-handed pitcher Rafael Severino to their academy in the brothers native Dominican Republic.
Defending champion Garbine Muguruza is out of Wimbledon in the second round, leaving only two of the top-eight-seeded women still in the field after only four days of action at the All England Club.


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Roger Federer's path to a record ninth Wimbledon title can't be described as an easy walk in the park, two major obstacles were unexpectedly cleared on Thursday. No.3 seed Marin Cilic and No.6 seed Grigor Dimitrov