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The Mullet

Chris Waddle may have retired from international duty, but his famous barnet hasn't. The most derided haircut in history has been selected to play against England tonight and will lead out the Scots at Wembley, proudly spilling down around (but crucially not over) the ears of captain Colin Hendry. Pioneered by David Bowie and championed by generations of footballers and entertainers, the long-back- and-short-sides of The Mullet have defied all rational explanation. Until now...

Tennis: Agassi dominates Martin in thriller

ANDRE AGASSI booked his place in the final of the Legg Mason Classic by beating fellow American Todd Martin 6-4, 6-2, on Saturday night, guaranteeing him a showdown with Yevgeny Kafelnikov, who beat Nicolas Kiefer to win his semi-final 6-2, 2-6, 6- 3.

Tennis: Sampras regains No 1 spot in style

IF YOU blinked, you will have missed Patrick Rafter's sojourn at the top of the world rankings. Pete Sampras's 6-0 6-2 win over Australian qualifier James Sekulov in the semi-finals of the Mercedes-Benz Cup in Los Angeles sent him back to No 1 for his 271st week breaking a tie with Ivan Lendl for the all-time record.

Tennis: Rapid return to No 1 spot for Sampras

PETE SAMPRAS beat the defending champion and top seed, Andre Agassi, 7-6, 7-6, yesterday to win the Mercedes-Benz Cup in Los Angeles and underscore his return to the world No 1 spot.

Look at the fire and say: `Yes, I'm going to storm through it'

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Tennis: Wimbledon '99 - Henman fails his history final

Sampras sweeps into shoot-out with Agassi

Tennis: Rafter into new territory

PAT RAFTER sustained Australian hopes in the men's singles yesterday by beating the American Todd Martin after a close four-set contest. The No 2 seed eventually reached the last four with a determined display, winning 6-3, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6. The Antipodean's reward for his win is a semi-final meeting, scheduled for today, against Martin's resurgent compatriot, Andre Agassi.

Victorious Henman ready for Sampras

TIM HENMAN took another step towards achieving his dream of being the first British man for 63 years to win the Wimbledon singles title when he beat the Frenchman Cedric Pioline yesterday to go through to the semi-finals.
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