Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Monday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT:
– LONDON – Roger Federer equals Jimmy Connors' Open-era record by reaching his 14th Wimbledon quarterfinal. Sam Querrey, Angelique Kerber also make the quarters; Agnieszka Radwanska loses.
– OKLAHOMA CITY – Top free agent Kevin Durant is expected to announce his destination Monday. He visited six teams, his last meeting on Sunday.
– EUGENE, Ore. – Alysia Montano, cheated out of a medal by dopers at the last Olympics, tries to earn her trip to Rio in the 800 meters at the U.S. track and field trials. Events start 8:30 p.m.
– OMAHA, Neb. – Triplets Jay, Kevin and Mick Litherland swam at the Olympic trials the past week. Jay is the only one to win a spot for Rio, but they'll all be along for the ride.
– Ten years ago, a U.S. team coached by Mike Krzyzewski and featuring LeBron James lost to a Greece squad with no NBA players. The U.S. hasn't lost since. The Americans are rolling to Rio; Greece is trying qualify.
– LAUSANNE, Switzerland – The highest court in sports will rule July 21 on Russia's appeal of the ban of its track and field team.
– AKRON, Ohio – Dustin Johnson won the U.S. Open and a World Golf Championship in consecutive starts. He credits two changes to his game – and a lot of work.
– CLEVELAND – The Detroit Tigers, winners of six straight, look to gain ground on first-place Cleveland when they play the Indians. Danny Salazar (10-3) starts for Cleveland. Game starts 7:10 p.m.
– ANGERS, France – World champion Peter Sagan has the yellow jersey, with the Tour de France heading south toward the Anjou region in the Loire Valley. Crashes have marred the first two stages.
– LYON, France – Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, Real Madrid teammates and the most expensive players in soccer history, carry the hopes of Portugal and Wales on Wednesday in the Euro 2016 semifinals.
– EVIAN-LES-BAINS, France – Coach Joachim Loew, whose team plays France on Thursday in a Euro 2016 semifinal, draws on the experience of Germany's 7-1 rout of World Cup host Brazil two years ago.