STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM
Kim Clijsters made a winning return to Wimbledon, defeating Maria Elena Camerin 6-0, 6-3. It was her first match there since 2006. Meanwhile, Roger Federer is in action on the men's side, taking on Alejandro Falla. Federer is the top seed at the All England Club, even though he slipped behind Rafael Nadal at the top of the world rankings.
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More from The Rundown, including an injury concern for Spain ahead of their Group H match with Honduras, and the dancin' Mark Madsen, after the jump.
FRANCE BACK TRAINING AS SPAIN PREPARE FOR HONDURAS
The French players have ended their protest and returned to training at the World Cup today. Les Bleus refused to participate yesterday after Nicolas Anelka was sent home from the tournament. France plays South Africa tomorrow and needs to win in order to have a chance at advancing out of the group. Meanwhile, Andres Iniesta is a game-time decision for Spain this afternoon against Honduras. Coach Vicente del Bosque says the midfielder "is not totally well" after injuring his right leg in the opening loss to Switzerland.
L.A. A PARADE
When the Lakers upstaged the Celtics for their 16th NBA championship, hopes were high that their victory parade would upstage the ones they staged in the past. But since the economy has gone the way of the Nets, costs have been reigned in, and so the parade that starts today at Staples Center (2:00 pm ET) is not scheduled to end in a rally. Which only means it will be that much harder for Ron Artest to upstage Mark Madsen.