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Tennis can be a psychological wrecking ball. And so it was at the Australian Open for Tennys Sandgren, an American journeyman who dropped seven match points to Roger Federer in a match where Sandgren had to suffer a crowd hoping for a Fed comeback, commentators critiquing him within earshot, and even a ball kid running into him between games. Luckily, Sandgren had a sense of humor about it. (Just being named Tennys and working your way up to playing in the quarters of a major against Roger Federer is pretty cool…)

+ A British explorer has become the first to conquer the world’s most remote mountain unaided – which is so isolated only ten people have ever seen it.

+ A thief at a concert was arrested after being found with 30 phones in his cycling shorts. (Maybe he’s just really into Strava.)

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