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  1. A less dramatic Costa finally wins

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    It was a different Albert Costa who finally won that elusive Grand Slam title. He's more relaxed. It seems to have worked.

    PackageStory | June 09, 2002
  2. Serena finally won when it counted

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Serena finally beat older sister Venus when it mattered, in only the third Grand Slam final ever contested by sisters.

    PackageStory | June 08, 2002
  3. 'The best of our profession'

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Although the Williams sisters say their all-sib final is just another match, they keep on making history.

    PackageStory | June 06, 2002
  4. Agassi bitten by the Mosquito

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Juan Carlos Ferrero had a strange week on his way to defeating the Great Andre Agassi to reach the semifinals.

    PackageStory | June 06, 2002
  5. Only Capriati can stop Williamses

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    First she's not on center court. She can't be No. 1 no matter what. And now Jennifer Capriati will likely have to beat both sisters to defend her title.

    PackageStory | June 05, 2002
  6. A different Venus this week

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Venus Williams says she becomes a more serious, anti-social person the second week of a Grand Slam.

    PackageStory | June 04, 2002
  7. Agassi refuses to go quietly

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    After Andre Agassi nearly allowed a young Frenchman to oust him, the old lion came roaring back just in time.

    PackageStory | June 03, 2002
  8. Canas, Argentine women on money

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Guillermo Canas beat the No. 1 seed, and the Argentine women continued to shine at the French Open.

    PackageStory | June 02, 2002
  9. Why are these other women here?

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    From their outrageous garb to their over-the-top gab, the Williams sisters are stealing the spotlight.

    PackageStory | June 01, 2002
  10. No crying for these Argentines

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    An amazing number of Argentines are still in the draw. Following in the footsteps of Guillermo Vilas, they hope to do credit to their country.

    PackageStory | May 31, 2002
  11. Blake's a model of a top ten player

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    James Blake still has his ups and downs, but he's beginning to resemble a top ten player.

    PackageStory | May 30, 2002
  12. Notoriety as a loser was not the plan

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Who can forget those long, lonely days at the end of 1999 when Vincent Spadea lost 22 straight matches -- setting a record.

    PackageStory | May 29, 2002
  13. Seles still going as strong as she can

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Pete Sampras and Michael Chang are already gone and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario is forgotten, but Monica Seles soldiers on.

    PackageStory | May 28, 2002
  14. This kid's got gas

    Curry Kirkpatrick

    Richard Gasquet is the best thing Europe's seen since Boris Becker.

    PackageStory | May 27, 2002