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LONDON (AP) — Roger Federer is in the Wimbledon semifinals for the 12th time. The seven-time champion at the All England Club beat Milos Raonic (MEE'-lohsh ROW'-nihch) and will face Tomas Berdych (TOH'-mahs bur-DEEK') on Friday in the semifinals. Berdych advanced when Novak Djokovic (NOH'-vak JOH'-kuh-vich) retired from their match with an injury. Djokovic, a three-time champion at the All England Club, had a trainer work on his right elbow after the first set ended. Berdych reached the Wimbledon final in 2010, losing to Rafael Nadal.

LONDON (AP) — Sam Querrey (KWEER'-ee) eliminated a limping Andy Murray from the Wimbledon quarterfinals, beating the defending champion in five sets on Centre Court. Querrey has now won three consecutive matches in five sets at the All England Club. Querrey is the first American man to reach the semifinals at a major tournament since Andy Roddick was the Wimbledon runner-up in 2009.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes and defenseman Jaccob Slavin have agreed to a seven-year contract extension. General manager Ron Francis says the deal begins in 2018-19 and will carry an average annual value of $5.3 million through the 2024-25 season. He calls the 23-year-old Slavin "one of the cornerstones of our team" and "one of the top young defensemen in the NHL today."

NEW YORK (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys are worth $4.2 billion, making them the most valuable sports franchise for the second straight year, according to Forbes. In its annual rankings, Forbes placed the New York Yankees second — up from fourth a year ago — with a value of $3.7 billion. Next are three soccer clubs -- Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — Former champion Ben Curtis has pulled out of next week's British Open and been replaced in the field by fellow American Tony Finau. U.S. player James Hahn has been promoted to first reserve. Curtis won the British Open in 2003 at Royal St. George's.

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