Serena Williams' outburst in the women's championship match was the talk of the U.S. Open Sunday, and the tennis star could dace further consequences yet.

Williams was docked a point early in the second set against Samantha Stosur - who won 6-2, 6-3 - after shouting "Come on!!!" as encouragement to herself.

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Rafael Nadal of Spain, the top two tennis players in the world, will duke it out for the United States Open title this afternoon at 4 p.m. EST.

Nadal has 10 career Grand Slam titles to Djokovic's three, but in 2011, Novak has held the upper hand, besting Rafael at Wimbledon to claim the world No. 1 ranking.

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Denied the opportunity by all 32 NFL teams to make a comeback, Tiki Barber is "flabbergasted" but apparently content to move on with his life.

"This is the last time I am speaking on this subject in any way, shape or form,'' said Barber's agent, Mark Lepselter, to the New York Post. "You can't worry about the things in life you can't control and Tiki has moved forward accordingly.''

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The University of Maryland defeated the University of Miami last night by a score of 32-24.

It was the first game of the season for both teams, the debut of Randy Edsall as the Terrapins' coach and the first game for the Hurricanes since news broke of a scandal that involves booster Nevin Shapiro and the money, gifts and prostitutes he bestowed on players over the last decade.

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Not unlike when she ran for V.P., Sarah Palin finished second this weekend in an Iowa half-marathon. Unlike the '08 election, though, second place is impressive!

Conveniently vague on whether she's running for president, basking in attention without having to do any real campaigning, she was fully committed to this run.

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In a new interview with Univision, former boxer Oscar De La Hoya has opened up about the depth of his personal issues, which culminated this spring in a trip to rehab.

"Rock bottom was recently," De La Hoya said, according to an English-language transcript provided by the network. "Within couple of years, just thinking if my life was even worth it. I don't have the strength, I don't have the courage to take my own life but I was thinking about it."

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Former NBA player Javaris Crittenton has been arrested on murder charges.

The fugitive from justice was trying to board an airplane in Orange County, Calif. Crittenton had checked in for a flight to Atlanta Monday night, where his lawyer said he was going to surrender in the murder case against him.

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Javaris Crittenton, the former shooting guard for Georgia Tech University and the Washington Wizards, is officially a wanted man.

The 24-year old is accused of killing Jullian Jones on August 19, a mother of four, in a botched attempt to retaliate against the person who robbed him in April. Considered "armed and dangerous" by the Atlanta police, authorities have released the following poster of Crittenton:

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