Last American ousted in tennis; Nadal makes finalAn American won't win the men's tennis singles title at the Beijing Games. James Blake, the last hope left, lost to Chile's Fernando Gonzalez, who blew four match points before winning 6-4, 5-7, 11-9 on Friday. Blake then accused Gonzalez of failing to concede a point with Gonzalez serving at 8-9 in the final set. On the first point, Blake hit a backhand passing shot long but contended the ball hit Gonzalez's racket before landing, as TV replays confirmed. "Playing in the Olympics, in what's supposed to be considered a gentleman's sport, that's a time to call it on yourself,” Blake said. "Fernando looked me square in the eye and didn't call it.” Gonzalez said he was uncertain whether the ball hit his racket. Gonzalez, seeded 12th, will play in Sunday's final against Rafael Nadal, who beat Novak Djokovic of Serbia 6-4, 1-6, 6-4 to clinch his first Olympic medal. Blake will play Djokovic for the bronze medal. New women's No. 1 Jelena Jankovic lost in the quarterfinals to No. 6 Dinara Safina, who will play China's Li Na in the semifinals. The other semi will pit Russians Elena Dementieva and No. 9 Vera Zvonareva. In doubles, Serena and Venus Williams, both eliminated in singles, won twice Friday to reach the semifinals. Roger Federer and teammate Stanislas Wawrinka upset top-seeded American twins Bob and Mike Bryan to reach the men's doubles final. •Softball: Turns out, the U.S. women are as dominant as ever. First they set an Olympic record with four homers in a 7-0 victory over Japan. Then they resumed a rain-stopped game against Canada, trailing 1-0. After being five outs from losing, they wound up winning by the lopsided score of 8-1. •Women's basketball: The U.S. women started slowly, then got clicking, pounding Spain 93-55. Tina Thompson scored nine of her 17 points during a game-breaking 20-5 run in the third quarter and Lisa Leslie added 14 points and 11 rebounds. With the win, the U.S. has 29 straight victories in Olympic contests. The last loss was to the Unified team in the 1992 semifinals. •Track and field: Tyson Gay coasted through two 100-meter preliminary heats, showing his left hamstring is just fine six weeks after hurting it at the U.S. Olympic trials. World record-holder Usain Bolt and the guy he took it from, fellow Jamaican Asafa Powell, also advanced easily to the final 16. All three are expected to make today's final — perhaps the most highly anticipated event of the 10-day track and field meet at the Bird's Nest. •Baseball: The U.S. baseball team is in trouble. They fell to 1-2, lost a key player to an injury and have angered the mighty Cubans by accusing them of dirty play after losing to them 5-4 in 11 innings. The Americans gave up two runs in the top of the 11th inning, then fell one shy in the bottom. The last at-bat started with Jayson Nix squaring to bunt and fouling the pitch off his left eye. Nix later underwent microsurgery to close about a 2-inch wound above his eye and will not play again in China. The Americans accused the Cubans of throwing at Nix. •Women's soccer: Natasha Kai scored on a header in extra time, sending the defending champion Americans into the semifinals with a 2-1 victory over Canada. •Boxing: Sergey Vodopyanov, the world champion bantamweight, and Raynell Williams, a serious American medal contender, lost their matches, both saying they were wronged by subjective calls. Vodopyanov was edged by India's Akhil Kumar on total punches in a fight that ended 9-all, while Williams fell behind early and never caught up to France's Khedafi Djelkhir. Four American boxers remain alive in the tournament. Cuba has nine left, surprising China has six and Russia has five.