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Tennis Top 10

October 23, 2000|LISA DILLMAN


1. Pete Sampras Wonder if Mac sent a wedding present?

2. Magnus Norman Post Hingis: Alone again, naturally.

3. Marat Safin New recipe for winning: late-night clubbing.

4. Gustavo Kuerten Hippest Olympic cheerleader at Bondi Beach.

5. Yevgeny Kafelnikov Salvaged strange year with gold-medal effort.

6. Lleyton Hewitt Easy to forget he is youngest member of top 10.

7. Alex Corretja Man of (almost) all surfaces. Remember Wimbledon?

8. Andre Agassi Off the circuit since early U.S. Open exit.

9. Tim Henman First title in two years just after Sydney Harbor Bridge climb.

10. Carlos Moya Making the art of saving match points look easy.


1. Venus Williams End of a winning streak--Linz some, lose some.

2. Martina Hingis Zurich was first win against Davenport since April.

3. Lindsay Davenport Brought Venus back to Earth in Austria.

4. Serena Williams Gold medal in doubles . . . and pin trading.

5. Monica Seles Standing headline: Injured Again.

6. Mary Pierce Silence has been deafening after French Open title.

7. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Still scrambling after all these years.

8. Elena Dementieva Saves best tennis for bigger tournaments.

9. Kim Clijsters Expect to see her playing Fed Cup in Las Vegas.

10. Dominique Van Roost Classy Belgian plans to retire after this year.

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