**Note: Tom Scott is on a rare extended vacation, and his Scott Slant column will return on Monday, July 7. But Tom did leave behind his library of historical nuggets for us to share.
This Day In Sports...June 26, 2003: Wesley Moodie, the first Boise State tennis player ever to reach the main draw of Wimbledon, wins his second round match in four sets over Frederic Niemeyer of Canada. The 24-year-old South African had beaten Switzerland s Marc Rosset in the first round Moodie would finally be ousted in the round of 32 by 13th-seeded Sebastian Grosjean of France in four sets. Moodie s specialty was doubles, though, and he would win the 2005 Wimbledon men s doubles championship with playing partner Stephen Huss of Australia.