Scotsman Andy Murray won one for the home team Sunday, beating Roger Federer 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 in the tennis final at Wimbledon.Murray has lost all four of his Grand Slam finals, three against Federer, including Wimbledon a month ago."This is the best way to come back from the Wimbledon final. I'll never forget it," he said.Federer, in his fourth Games, sought a victory to complete a career Golden Slam but settled for silver -- his first singles medal.Women's singles champion Serena Williams teamed with sister Venus to win their third career doubles gold medal. They defeated Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4.Murray settled for a silver in mixed doubles with teammate Laura Robson. They lost to Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi of Belarus 2-6, 6-3, 1-0 (8). Track and field: South African Oscar Pistorius was last in his 400-meter semifinal a day after the double-amputee made his Olympic debut. The champions included Ethiopia's Tiki Gelana (women's marathon), Kazakhstan's Olga Rypakova (women's triple jump), Hungary's Krisztian Pars (men's hammer throw) and Kenya's Ezekiel Kemboi (men's 3,000-meter steeplechase).Sailing: Britain's Ben Ainslie earned another gold in the Finn class to become the most successful sailor in Olympic history. He won his fourth straight gold and fifth straight games medal overall, eclipsing Denmark's Paul Elvstrom, who won four straight gold medals from 1948-60. Women's boxing: The sport made its debut in the Games. U.S. lightweight Queen Underwood lost a close bout with Britain's Natasha Jonas.Gymnastics: McKayla Maroney was all set to add the vault title to her team gymnastics gold with the U.S. when she made a costly mistake. She appeared to land her second vault on the backs of her heels. Her feet slid out from under her, and she plopped on the mat, a look of shock crossing her face."I really didn't deserve to win a gold medal if I fall on my butt," Maroney said. "I was still happy with a silver, but it's still just sad."Sandra Izbasa of Romania won the gold, and Russia's Maria Paseka took the bronze.Britain's Louis Smith and Hungary's Krisztian Berki finished with identical 16.066 scores on the pommel horse, but Berki got the gold because his execution score of 9.166 was .10 points better. A tiebreaker also cost Smith in Beijing, when he dropped from second to bronze on the same event.China's Zou Kai won his fifth career gold medal, repeating in floor exercise. He already had one gold from China's victory in the men's team competition last week, and has three more from the Beijing Games.Basketball: Diana Taurasi had 22 points and the U.S. women matched their Olympic scoring record in a 114-66 rout of China. The U.S. will meet Canada on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.Angel McCoughtry scored 16 as the women equaled the 114 points they scored against Spain in 1992, but fell well short of the women's Olympic mark of 128 points set by Brazil in 2004.France finished undefeated in pool play, beating Russia 65-54, and will play the Czech Republic in the quarters. Turkey meets Russia and Australia faces China in the other matchups in the next round.Beach volleyball: Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor beat Italy in straight sets to earn a semifinals berth. Jennifer Kessy and April Ross also advanced for the U.S.The Americans earned a berth in the semifinals against Beijing bronze medalists Xue Chen and Zhang Xi. The Chinese team has beaten the two-time defending Olympic champions the last three times they've met.The No. 2 U.S. women's team of Jennifer Kessy and April Ross also advanced, beating the Czech Republic 25-23, 21-18. The Americans next play reigning world champions Juliana and Larissa of Brazil.Volleyball: The undefeated U.S. women's team lost captain and three-time Olympian Lindsey Berg to a left ankle injury during a straight-set victory over Turkey. Destinee Hooker scored 19 points.The Americans breezed through the second set and took a 9-5 lead in the third before Berg limped off the court. The setter removed her shoe, and a trainer wrapped the ankle in ice.Berg said she didn't think the injury was serious and she should be ready to play in Tuesday's quarterfinal.Destinee Hooker scored 19 points in the 27-25, 25-16, 25-19 victory for the U.S., which had clinched the top seed in its pool.China and Russia each posted five-set victories. Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Japan also won.Water polo: The U.S. will face Australia in a matchup of title contenders in the semifinals of the women's tournament.The Americans beat European champion Italy 9-6 to reach the last four, and Australia moved on with a dramatic 20-18 win over China.Melissa Seidemann scored three goals and captain Brenda Villa added two more as the U.S. recovered from a 2-0 deficit.Hungary plays Spain in the other semifinal on Tuesday.Diving: China's Wu Minxia won the women's 3-meter springboard for her first individual gold and record-tying sixth career medal. Wu led all but one round of the five-dive final, totaling 414.00 points. She tied retired countrywoman Guo Jingjing with six medals. Wu and partner He Zi also won the 3-meter synchronized title in London.He took the silver with 379.20, giving China its sixth diving medal of the games, including five gold after sweeping the synchro events. Laura Sanchez Soto of Mexico earned the bronze at 362.40.Cycling: Lasse Norman Hansen of Denmark won the gold medal in the men's omnium following a crash in one of the six races of the event.Hansen hit the wooden boards in a curve after connecting with the rear wheel of Briton Edward Clancy in the scratch race but was uninjured and got back on the track.He managed to rejoin the peloton after regaining a lap and finished sixth at the line. Hansen then produced a big effort in the 1-kilometer time trial to win the inaugural Olympic title in the multidiscipline event with a total of 27 points.Bryan Coquard of France took the silver medal and Clancy was third.Badminton: Lin Dan led the way as China swept all five badminton gold medals at the Olympics, defending his title by beating Malaysian rival Lee Chong Wei 15-21, 21-10, 21-19 in men's singles.When Chong Wei's final shot landed long, Lin sprinted around Wembley Arena until he was tackled by his coaches.A short time later, Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng won the men's doubles final to complete China's golden sweep. They defeated Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen of Denmark 21-16, 21-15. Equestrian: Saudi Arabia leads the standings at the equestrian team show jumping competition after a first day dominated by a veterinarian's decision to disqualify a Canadian horse.The Saudis had just one penalty point and were followed closely by the Netherlands, Britain, Sweden and Switzerland, all with four penalty points and tied for second.Canadian horse Victor, ridden by Tiffany Foster, was disqualified by competition veterinarians for hypersensitivity in the left front leg. This left Canada without a drop score in the competition where the best three scores out of four riders count.Wrestling - Greco-Roman: Hamid Soryan is the first Iranian to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling, taking the men's 55-kilogram division.The five-time world champion beat Rovshan Bayramov of Azerbaijan 2-0, 1-0 in the final. Peter Modos of Hungary and Mingiyan Semenov of Russia won bronze medals.