DEEDS OF THE SEEDS

Men's

singles

Holder:

Richard Krajicek

(Netherlands)

1 SAMPRAS

No problems for the favourite - he's in 2nd rd

2 IVANISEVIC

Served up in the 2nd rd is Swede Magnus Norman

3 KAFELNIKOV

Better luck this year for Yevgeny - he's in 2nd rd

4 KRAJICEK

Meets Romanian Andrei Pavel in 2nd rd

OUT

5 CHANG

1st rd loser to Todd Woodbridge

OUT

7 PHILIPPOUSSIS

Blown away in 1st rd by Our Greg in straight sets

8 BECKER

Simple 3-set win takes Boris into the 2nd rd

9 RIOS

Faces Dennis van Scheppingen in 2nd rd

10 MOYA

Plays Richey Reneberg in 2nd rd

OUT

11 KUERTEN

Happier on clay, Gustavo goes out in 5 sets

12 RAFTER

After 5 sets the Australian reaches 2nd rd

13 MEDVEDEV

Straight-sets win sees Andrei over the first hurdle

14 HENMAN

Jerome Golmard provides Tim's next challenge

15 FERREIRA

After a long five-setter S African is in the 2nd rd

16 KORDA

Playing Marcelo Filippini in 1st rd

OUT

17 BJORKMAN

Wilkinson wipes out Swedish hope in fifth set

Women's

singles

Holder: Steffi Graf

(Germany)

1 HINGIS

Swiss prodigy has secured her 2nd rd place

2 SELES

In 1st rd poised to play Rachael McQuillan

3 NOVOTNA

Up against Wiltrud Probst in 1st rd

4 MAJOLI

Marion Maruska aims to put a to stop to Iva's run

5 DAVENPORT

Meets Denisa Chladkova in 2nd rd

6 COETZER

Amanda's campaign continues in 2nd rd

7 HUBER

Comfortable win eases her into 2nd rd

8 SANCHEZ

Hardly broke into a sweat to get to 2nd rd

9 PIERCE

Mary plays Dominique van Roost in 1st rd

10 MARTINEZ

Coasted into 2nd rd, only losing 3 games in process

11 FERNANDEZ

Still to meet Noelle van Lottum in 1st rd

12 SPIRLEA

Faces Russia's Elena Makarova in 2nd rd

OUT

13 PO

Crashed out to Kerry Guse in 3 sets

14 SCHULTZ

Dropped first set before clinching place in 2nd rd

OUT

15 DRAGOMIR

Lost the long 1st rd battle against Andrea Glass

16 PAULUS

Still to play Kristie Boogert in 1st rd

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