Andy Murray will begin the defence of his Wimbledon title against Sasha Bublik — a 20-year-old Russian, ranked No. 134.
Murray was drawn in the same half of the field as two-time champion Rafael Nadal, with three-time winner Novak Djokovic and seven-time champion Roger Federer placed in the other half of the draw.
Women’s world No. 1 Angelique Kerber opens against a qualifier.
French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko is in the same draw as the woman she beat in the Paris final, Simona Halep, while two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova also is in the same half of the draw.
Venus Williams meets Elise Mertens of Germany in the first round.
Wimbledon coverage begins Monday on ESPN at 5 a.m.
Sparks rally from 17 points down.
LOS ANGELES» Candace Parker and Chelsea Gray scored 17 points apiece and the Los Angeles Sparks rallied from a 17-point halftime deficit to beat the Washington Mystics 76-69 in WNBA play.
Parker grabbed 11 rebounds, Nneka Ogwumike — who played the entire second half with four fouls — had 15 points and Alana Beard added 13 for Los Angeles (12-3). The Sparks have won six in a row against the Mystics.
• Brittney Sykes had a career-best 19 points and nine rebounds, Layshia Clarendon added 15 points and nine assists and the Atlanta Dream beat the Liberty to snap a three-game skid.
Big win for trio at Watkins Glen.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y.» Christian Fittipaldi, Joao Barbosa and Filipe Albuquerque teamed to win the six-hour race at Watkins Glen International, while brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor’s bid for a sixth straight IMSA SportsCar Championship victory ended on the first lap.
Ex-49er Runager dies at age 61.
ORANGEBURG, S.C.» Max Runager, the former NFL punter who helped the San Francisco 49ers win the Super Bowl following the 1984 season, died.
The 49ers announced Runager’s death, and The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reported he was found dead Friday in his car in a parking lot in South Carolina. No foul play is suspected.
Darrall Imhoff dies at age 78.
BEND, ORE.» Darrall Imhoff, the former University of California and U.S. Olympic champion center who played 12 seasons in the NBA, has died.
The Portland Trail Blazers said Saturday that Imhoff died Friday in Bend of a heart attack.
Imhoff led the Pete Newellcoached Golden Bears to the 1959 NCAA title and played alongside Oscar Robertson and Jerry West on the 1960 Olympic team — also coached by Newell.