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THE CROATIAN Goran Ivanisevic is thrilled his tennis is peaking at the same time as his fotballing compatriots have hit form in the World Cup.

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l I think President Clinton has attacked Australia to take his mind off other things. John McEnroe on an Australia Day fireworks display in Melbourne.

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John McEnroe won the inaugural Honda Challenge ATP Senior Tour event at the Royal Albert Hall yesterday. The New Yorker beat Henri Leconte 6-2, 3-6, 10-5, in the final, winning $50,000. He also invited the umpire to step outside. Could he be serious? John Roberts reports

Tennis: Time warp, gentlemen please

Andrew Baker sees history repeating itself as Ice-Borg Senior meets Brat the Elder; The screams of teenagers are now the murmurs of matrons. The fans have changed more than Borg has

Tennis: Opposites attract in old rivals' revival act

John McEnroe defeated Bjorn Borg in the Honda Challenge at the Royal Albert Hall yesterday, 2-6, 6-3, 10-7. The tennis legends showed how entertaining play can be on the ATP Senior Tour and enjoyed themselves so much that they requested a re-match at Wimbledon. John Roberts reports.

Tennis: After years of turmoil a legend comes full circle

Profile: Bjorn Borg

Tennis: Serving Swede dreams

Andrew Longmore studies the chemistry behind a formula for Davis Cup success

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Woodruff benefits from his hard work

The unseeded Chris Woodruff climaxed a dream week of tennis yesterday by beating a sixth successive seed to win first career title at the Canadian Open. The American, ranked No 57 in the world, scored a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 victory in the final over the sixth seed and French Open champion, Gustavo Kuerten.

Wimbledon '97: Curtain falls on the Becker era

As Pete Sampras reached the semi-finals, 'Boom-Boom' reached the end of the line. Guy Hodgson reports

Tennis: Henman willed on to victory

There has never been a day quite like this on the lawns of the All England Club. People's Sunday '91 was something special. People's Sunday II was an extravaganza, a heady mixture of football and tennis ambience, Wimbledon 97 meets Euro 96.

Tennis: Wimbledon: Forceful display has Richardson off mark

Guy Hodgson on a superb start for the British No 5 but disappointment for the first home player to lose yesterday
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