Wimbledon 97: Court Circular: DEEDS OF THE SEEDS

Men's

singles

Holder:

Richard Krajicek

(Netherlands)

1 SAMPRAS

He now plays Hendrik Dreekmann in 2nd rd

2 IVANISEVIC

Served up in the 2nd rd is Swede Magnus Norman

3 KAFELNIKOV

Knocked out Juan-Antonio Marin in 1st rd

4 KRAJICEK

Meets Romanian Andrei Pavel in 2nd rd

OUT

5 CHANG

1st rd loser to Todd Woodbridge

OUT

7 PHILIPPOUSSIS

Lost in straight sets to Britain's Greg Rusedski in 1st rd

8 BECKER

Plays Thomas Johansson from Sweden in 2nd rd

9 RIOS

Faces Dennis van Scheppingen in 2nd rd

10 MOYA

Plays American Richey Rene- berg in 2nd rd

11 KUERTEN

Lost to Justin Gimelstob over 5 sets in 1st rd

12 RAFTER

Meets Jens Knippschild in 2nd rd

13 MEDVEDEV

Scored 1st rd win over Fabrice Santoro

14 HENMAN

Jerome Golmard provides Tim's 2nd rd challenge

15 FERREIRA

2nd rd match is against Rodolphe Gilbert

16 KORDA

Plays Marc Rosset of Switzterland in 2nd rd

OUT

17 BJORKMAN

Lost to Briton Chris Wilkinson in 1st rd

Women's

singles

Holder: Steffi Graf

(Germany)

1 HINGIS

Olga Barabanschikova meets Martina in 2nd rd

2 SELES

Comfortable win takes her into 2nd rd

3 NOVOTNA

Through to 2nd rd after three sets

4 MAJOLI

Marion Maruska is her 2nd rd opponent

5 DAVENPORT

Meets Czech Denisa Chladkova in 2nd rd

6 COETZER

Put out Alexandra Fusai in 1st rd

7 HUBER

Faces Joannette Kruger in 2nd rd

8 SANCHEZ

Won 6-0, 6-0 in 1st rd against Clare Wood

9 PIERCE

Mary plays Dominique van Roost in 1st rd

10 MARTINEZ

Yuka Yoshida is Conchita's 2nd rd opponent

11 FERNANDEZ

Opens against Noelle van Lottum in 1st rd

12 SPIRLEA

Elena Makarova is her 2nd rd opponent

OUT

13 PO

Beaten by Australian Kerry Guse in 1st rd

14 SCHULTZ

Up against Amy Frazier in 2nd rd

OUT

15 DRAGOMIR

Lost the long 1st rd battle against Andrea Glass

16 PAULUS

Plays Dutch opponent Kristie Boogert in 1st rd

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