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Brooke Shields unwittingly revealed shocking details about her divorce from Andre Agassi on the Today show.

Tennis: Search on for new Americans

PETE SAMPRAS, five times the Wimbledon champion, is back at No 1, the French Open title-holder, Andre Agassi, is ranked fourth, and Todd Martin has just slipped out of the top 10 during one of his best years.

Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - Agassi finds answer to power of Arthurs

THE TROUBLE with being spoilt is that it is so hard to cope with not getting your own way, like when the sunshine disappears from an almost perfect Wimbledon Championships.

TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - CHAMPIONSHIP STATISTICS

1 Three qualifiers played yesterday, of which Jelana Dokic was the only one to win, both Wayne Arthurs and Lorenzo Manta lost in four sets.

Wimbledon. It's simply ace

THE good news is that Tim Henman and Greg Rudeski are both still in, as the first half of the Wimbledon fortnight draws to a close today. Plus attendances are at a record high, the weather has been relentlessly glorious, and even strawberries are down in price.

Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - Rafter enjoys `hard court' cruise

PAT RAFTER ought to be good on grass - but you would be forgiven for wondering why, given his record. A serve and volleyer, he has charged the net at Wimbledon for six years and carried on going, having not progressed beyond the fourth round despite being seeded on the last three occasions.

Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - The complex world of Andre Agassi

Wimbledon 99: A love-hate relationship to the game fires the only contemporary player to win all four Grand Slams

Real People: Love and success: can you have both?

Cher, Madonna and Agassi all saw their fortunes flourish when they gave up relationships. Is it impossible to have it all?

TENNIS; Britain serves up double delight

TIM HENMAN and Greg Rusedski steered Britain to a 2-1 win over holders Germany in their first round-robin match at the World Team Cup in Dusseldorf yesterday.

Tennis: Henman's hopes hit by Kucera

THE SCENE was neo-classical, 18 marble statues surrounding the No 1 Court of Mussolini's Foro Italico, but on a cool evening Tim Henman was unable to sustain his form long enough to become the first Briton to reach the quarter-finals of the Italian Open men's singles since John Lloyd in 1978.

Tennis: Early exit for Kafelnikov

YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV followed the injured world No1, Pete Sampras, out of the Barcelona Open yesterday when he was beaten 6-2, 6-4 by the Argentinian Franco Squillari.

For richer and richer

Modern marriage is supposed to be a match of equals, so how come rich wives are scheming to take the money and run? By Hettie Judah

Tennis: Henman loses battle of wills

Davis Cup: Courier takes advantage of Briton's faulty serve to give United States team the perfect start

Tennis: Davis Cup - Britons must rewrite history

Henman and Rusedski fail as rampant Americans leave them an almost impossible task

Tennis: Easy for Hingis but Seles fails to produce her touch

MARTINA HINGIS, the world's No 1 , continued her carefree skip through the $1.3 million Evert Cup in Indian Wells on Monday by dismissing Patty Schnyder 6-1, 6-3, but former top-ranked Monica Seles sank to defeat.

Tennis: Rusedski's stunt fails to stall Krajicek

GREG RUSEDSKI did not quite raise the tented roof. Nor did the wind, hard though it tried. But the look on Richard Krajicek's face suggested that the Dutchman would at least have filled it full of holes with his cannonball serve if justice had not been done yesterday in the final of the pounds 510,000 Guardian Direct Cup.
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