Weekly Rewind

Our weekly recap of the some of the most captivating stories of the previous week.

Roger Federer defeated Robin Soderling in straight sets to win his first French Open title, complete his quest for the ‘career slam’ and tie Pete Sampras for all-time Grand Slam title wins at 14. Federer’s formula is simple, no Nadal equals a win.

Tony Stewart won at Pocono Raceway in Longpond, Pa. on Sunday. This win was Stewart’s first Cup race win since leaving Gibbs racing. Stewart-Haas Racing has its first cup win along with the Sprint Cup points leader in Stewart who is eyeing his third title this season.

Despite rumblings among sportswriters and critics, Tiger Woods shot a 7- under 65 on Sunday to secure a comeback win of the Memorial Tournament. Clearly he’s in top form and ready to defend his U.S. Open title.

The new and needlessly expensive, $1B+, Dallas Cowboys stadium opened on Saturday. The crowd was crooned by country singer George Strait. Sad to say, but this will probably be the greatest performance in that building this year, unless George goes back for a encore.

The Orlando Magic are down 2-0 after losing in overtime to the Lakers 101-96 on Sunday night in Staples Center. With the exception of divine intervention, the Magic will not win the next 4 out of 5 games against LA. IT’S OVER! Bring out the brooms. Okay, maybe not a sweep, but the Magic are done.

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