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Lisa Dillman's Rankings And Comments

March 02, 2004|LISA DILLMAN

*--* WOMEN Rk. Name Comment 1 JUSTINE HENIN-HARDENNE Unbeaten first two months of 2004, only 10 to go. 2 KIM CLIJSTERS Aussie Kim could be Aussie Mum within the next couple of years. 3 AMELIE MAURESMO Might need a new ranking category for injured players. 4 LINDSAY DAVENPORT Should be refreshed after long break following Tokyo title. 5 SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA Victory over V. Williams served as springboard to final in Dubai. 6 ANASTASIA MYSKINA Landed in the same half of the draw as Capriati at Doha. 7 VENUS WILLIAMS Swoon looking similar to struggles in spring of 2000. 8 SERENA WILLLIAMS Seems to be everywhere and nowhere at the same time. 9 JENNIFER CAPRIATI Hit speed bump in losing first match of comeback at Dubai. 10 MARY PIERCE Comeback really took hold with Fed Cup results in late '03. MEN Rk. Name Comment 1 ROGER FEDERER A big sigh of relief. Nemesis Henman upset in first round at Dubai. 2 MARAT SAFIN Groundhog Day. Australian final rematch vs. Federer in first round at Dubai. 3 ANDY RODDICK Losses this year have been to Safin and two Swedes, Bjorkman and Enqvist. 4 ANDRE AGASSI Part-owner of Scottsdale event pulls out of it because of hip injury. 5 LLEYTON HEWITT Set to resurface at Indian Wells. 6 JUAN CARLOS FERRERO See Hewitt. 7 DAVID NALBANDIAN Playing first tournament since losing to Federer in Australian Open quarterfinals. 8 GUSTAVO KUERTEN Wins first clay-court tournament since 2001 with title in Brazil. 9 GUILLERMO CORIA Interesting three-week jaunt: Buenos Aires to Marseille to Dubai. 10 DOMINIK HRBATY With three titles in 2004, just call him the Dominator.

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