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September 09, 2003|LISA DILLMAN

LISA DILLMAN'S TENNIS RANKINGS AND COMMENTS

WOMEN

*--* 1 JUSTINE HENIN-HARDENNE Open-and-shut case: All together now, it's Justine, not Christine 2 SERENA WILLIAMS Scheduled to return to work this week. Acting, not tennis, gig in Toronto 3 KIM CLIJSTERS Guess the race for Belgian sportswoman of the year ended Saturday night 4 VENUS WILLIAMS Part III of Belgians vs. Americans may be story line at WTA finale in L.A 5 JENNIFER CAPRIATI Title for thrilling Open semifinal vs. Henin-Hardenne: After Hours 6 LINDSAY DAVENPORT Disappointing matches vs. Clijsters taking on Groundhog Day quality 7 AMELIE MAURESMO Progress fell off in 2003 as she slipped back to quarterfinals at Open 8 ANASTASIA MYSKINA Circles under her eyes got deeper after each rainy day 9 FRANCESCA SCHIAVONE Not a great day and night to play two. Little left vs. Capriati 10 PAOLA SUAREZ Quarterfinal finish best at Open, adds second U.S. Open doubles title MEN 1 ANDY RODDICK Dr. Roddick gives shot in the arm to needy patient in Open ER 2 JUAN CARLOS FERRERO Challenge of back-to-back-to-back-to-back matches was too much 3 DAVID NALBANDIAN Twelve sets in three matches before he reached Roddick in semifinals 4 ANDRE AGASSI Any loss in a Slam these days brings forth inevitable questions of longevity 5 ROGER FEDERER He could run but couldn't hide from Nalbandian. Now 0-5 vs. Argentine 6 GUILLERMO CORIA Keep the kitchen knives away from this guy. Cut by own callus shaver 7 YOUNES EL AYNAOUI Memo to Open schedule makers: Put him on center stage 8 LLEYTON HEWITT Decline of a former champion seemed to go almost unnoticed at Open 9 SJENG SCHALKEN Looked to be in danger when Roddick was serving 10 TIM HENMAN Distinction of last to beat Roddick growing by the day. Now without a coach

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