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THE TIMES' RANKINGS

Top 10 / Tennis

April 02, 2001|Lisa Dillman

MEN

1. Andre Agassi Too early to talk about a Grand Slam. But so what?

2. Patrick Rafter Only player to win a set from Agassi at Miami.

3. Pete Sampras Failed to continue Indian Wells momentum.

4. Jan-Michael Gambill Lost final nine games in Miami final.

5. Lleyton Hewitt How will he handle the crowd in Brazil?

6. Gustavo Kuerten It's his Davis Cup party and the Aussies are invited.

7. Yevgeny Kafelnikov Formidable task at Sweden in Davis Cup quarters.

8. Roger Federer One-man team goes for it again against France.

8. Greg Rusedski Favored vs. Portugal. Of course we said that about Ecuador.

10. Andy Roddick Why not?

WOMEN

1. Venus Williams Just another quiet, uneventful tournament.

2. Jennifer Capriati Apparently, eight was not enough against V. Williams.

3. Serena Williams See Venus.

4. Martina Hingis Expert on nearly every topic. Just ask her.

5. Lindsay Davenport Knee injury took her out in quarterfinals.

6. Kim Clijsters Winner of only two games in rematch with S. Williams.

7. Elena Dementieva Overmatched, overpowered by Capriati in semifinals

8. Monica Seles Injured body, injured spirit after Garbin loss.

9. Amelie Mauresmo Brief hard-court sabbatical drawing to close.

10. Jelena Dokic Warning: Damir coming off six-month probation.

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