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Monday, 24 July, 2000, 08:58 GMT 09:58 UK

Review of the Wimbledon fortnight Thrills and spills in SW19
The Millennium Wimbledon Championships offered the usual rollercoaster of emotions. Gabrielle Lewis looks back at the highs and lows.
Sampras' magnificent seven
Pete Sampras is the most successful player in men's tennis after winning Wimbledon's singles title for a seventh time.
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Venus Williams holds the trophy aloft Wonderful Williams
Venus Williams wins the battle of the giants to claim the women's singles crown at Wimbledon.
Sisters make history
Serena joins Venus Williams as a Wimbledon champion after they become the first sisters to win the doubles title.
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Woodies make it six
Australian duo Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde breeze to their sixth Wimbledon men's doubles title.
First title for Johnson and Po
Americans Don Johnson and Kimberly Po beat Lleyton Hewitt and Kim Clijsters to win the mixed doubles at Wimbledon.
Young Brits see hopes dashed
The defeat of Britain's Andrew Banks and Ben Riby in the junior boys doubles final ended a miserable Wimbledon for the home nation.
More to come for Sampras?
The BBC's tennis correspondent praises Pete Sampras' achievements and looks forward to Britain's Davis Cup tie with Ecuador.
Can the Williams duo help Britain?
Can the Williams sisters' success help encourage inner-city youngsters onto the tennis court?
Emerson: Sampras deserves record
Roy Emerson, until Sunday joint holder of the record for most Grand Slam men's singles titles, pays tribute to the new record-holder.
Words of wisdom from The Brat
Forget Sampras and Williams, for many fans the real star of Wimbledon 2000 was John McEnroe, who produced some commentary gems.
Sampras into third spot
A seventh Wimbledon crown lifts Pete Sampras into third place in the ATP Champions Race.
The Williams factor
BBC sports correspondent Rob Bonnet examines the latest idea to improve the fortunes of British tennis.
Sampras shows champion spirit
Pete Sampras proved he was the greatest player in men's tennis long before his record-breaking triumph over Pat Rafter.
The green, green grass of home
Pete Sampras describes Wimbledon's Centre Court as his "home away from home" after claiming a seventh men's singles title.
Sampras: Simply the best
Pete Sampras' 13th Grand Slam title surely installs him as the greatest men's singles champion of all time.
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