Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
--SERENA WILLIAMS THE LATEST SHOCK EXIT AT WIMBLEDON
Serena Williams, the overwhelming Wimbledon favorite, is eliminated by Germany's Sabine Lisicki in the fourth round.
--F1 RETURNS TO IN-SEASON TESTING AFTER BRITISH GP TIRE FIASCO
In-season testing — banned years ago as a cost-saving measure — will return to Formula One after loud complaints from teams about a slew of tire failures at last weekend's British Grand Prix.
--NHL STARS SET TO PLAY AT 2014 OLYMPICS
Daylong negotiations have moved the NHL closer to allowing its players to appear for the countries at the 2014 Olympics.
--MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON CUBAN TV FOR FIRST TIME IN 52 YEARS
American Major League Baseball has returned to Cuban television for the first time in 52 years, but fans disappointed in lack of Cuban players.
--ARSENAL ADD TO STRIKE FORCE WITH SANOGO DEAL
English Premier League club Arsenal has added to its attacking options by signing French youth international Yaya Sanogo on a long-term contract after he was released by Auxerre.