Top-seeded Andy Roddick was broken twice in the first six games before charging back to dominate Jurgen Melzer of Austria, 6-4, 6-2, and reach his fifth straight final at the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships in Houston.
Missouri sophomore forward Linas Kleiza, the Tigers' leading scorer and rebounder last season, said he will enter the NBA draft. The 6-foot-8 Lithuanian averaged 16.1 points and 7.6 rebounds last season.
The University of Massachusetts won its 10th Atlantic Ten women's rowing championship in as many years on the Cooper River in Camden County.
The 10-year title streak is the longest in any sport in Atlantic Ten history.
The Minutewomen won three of nine races in posting 45 total points. Dayton placed second with 39 points.
George Washington was third with 36 points, Rhode Island fourth with 24. The Rams were followed by Fordham (23), St. Joseph's (23), Duquesne (13), Temple (12) and La Salle (0).
Masha Pozar and Michelle Spiess recorded their second doubles victory of the tournament and Pozar added a win at No. 2 singles as top-seeded Massachusetts defeated Temple, 4-0, to advance to the finals of the Atlantic Ten women's tennis championship in College Park, Md.
The Minutewomen will face Richmond at 11 a.m. today.
Kristen Maloney, a fifth-year senior at UCLA, won the balance-beam and vault titles at the NCAA women's gymnastics individual-event finals for a triumphant finale to an injury-marred career.
The Kixx (22-17) concluded the MISL regular season with an 8-2 victory over the Comets (18-21) in Kansas City.
Rookie forward John Barry Nusum scored the game-winning goal 5 1/2 minutes into the second quarter, when the Kixx scored six times.
The Kixx enter the MISL playoffs, which start Friday, as the No. 3-seeded team.
Chelsea beat Fulham, 3-1, to move within two points of its second English championship; the Blues' last title came in 1955.
The Premier League title could come tomorrow if second-place Arsenal ties or loses to Tottenham. Or Chelsea can clinch it with a victory at Bolton on Saturday.
Shane Mosley was impressive in spurts on his way to a unanimous 10-round decision over David Estrada in Las Vegas. Mosley won easily on all three ringside scorecards, with one judge giving him nine of the 10 rounds.
Former WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko stopped previously unbeaten Cuban Eliseo Castillo in the fourth round in Dortmund, Germany.
Klitschko, the younger brother of WBC champion Vitali Klitschko, knocked Castillo down with a jarring straight right with nine seconds left in the round.
Castillo climbed to his feet, but the referee stopped the fight.
Lance Armstrong made a late surge on the steep climbs of snowy Brasstown Bald, but teammate Tom Danielson held on to claim the fifth stage and take the overall lead in the Tour de Georgia.
Danielson, who races with Armstrong on the Discovery Channel team, finished less than 15 seconds ahead of Levi Leipheimer, leaving the two Americans in a tight battle for the overall lead.
Armstrong was third, followed by Floyd Landis, another U.S. cyclist who lost the yellow jersey as the overall leader.
The race, which Armstrong is using to prepare for this summer's Tour de France, ends today in Alpharetta.
Armstrong announced Monday that he will retire after this year's Tour.