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Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 16:31 GMT 17:31 UK
Williams retains Wimbledon crown
Venus Williams beats Justine Henin in three sets to win her second straight Wimbledon title.
Johnson and Palmer maintain green streak
Wimbledon men's doubles winners Donald Johnson and Jared Palmer have yet to lose a match on grass.
Raymond and Stubbs claim doubles crown
Top seeds Lisa Raymond and Rennae Stubbs win the ladies' doubles title at Wimbledon.
Goran comeback shatters Henman
Tim Henman's dream of a place in the Wimbledon final is dashed by wild card Goran Ivanisevic.
Rafter charges into final
Australian Pat Rafter reaches his second straight Wimbledon final with an epic five-set win over Andre Agassi.
Williams powers into final
Venus Williams defeats Lindsay Davenport 6-2 6-7 6-1 to set up a Wimbledon final against Justine Henin.
Henin ends Capriati dream
Justine Henin kills off Jennifer Capriati's Grand Slam bid with a shock 2-6 6-4 6-2 Wimbledon semi-final win.
Henman marches on
Tim Henman lines up a Wimbledon semi-final against Goran Ivanisevic with a four-set win over Roger Federer.
Agassi outguns Escude
Andre Agassi wears Nicolas Escude down in four entertaining sets to reach the semi-finals of Wimbledon for the fifth time.
Ivanisevic into semi-final
Wildcard Goran Ivanisevic powers past Marat Safin in four sets.
Rampant Rafter sails through
Pat Rafter cruises into the semi-finals at Wimbledon with an emphatic straight sets victory against Thomas Enqvist.
Capriati's Grand plan on track
Jennifer Capriati completes another remarkable comeback to beat Serena Williams to a place in the Wimbledon semi finals.
Venus finds her form
Defending champion Venus Williams overcomes a first set mini-crisis against Nathalie Tauziat to reach the semi-finals.
Davenport tames Clijsters
Lindsay Davenport disposes of rising star Kim Clijsters to set up a semi-final with defending Wimbledon champion Venus Williams.
Martinez folds before Henin
Belgium's Justine Henin cruises through to the semi-finals of Wimbledon by crushing Conchita Martinez.
Henman keeps dream alive
Tim Henman beats Todd Martin to set up a Wimbledon quarter-final against Roger Federer.
Federer ends Sampras reign
Roger Federer shatters Pete Sampras' dream of claiming an eighth Wimbledon crown in a five set classic.
Escude ends Hewitt's hopes
Nicolas Escude needs five sets to beat Australian Lleyton Hewitt - who says he's in no rush for his first Grand Slam title.
Goran shatters Rusedski dream
Goran Ivanisevic easily defeats Britain's Greg Rusedski in straight sets to make the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
Capriati sends out title warning
Jennifer Capriati hits top form as she destroys Sandrine Testud 6-1 6-2 to reach the last eight at Wimbledon.
Serene progress to last eight
Serena Williams books an easy passage to the quarter-finals, with sister Venus, Kim Clijsters and Lindsay Davenport joining her.
Venus: Winning all that counts
Venus Williams trounces Elena Likhovtseva - then reveals retaining her Wimbledon title is more important than being ranked No 1.
Imperious Agassi powers on
Andre Agassi drops just five games in a crushing win over Nicolas Massu to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Hewitt reaches last 16
Fifth seed Lleyton Hewitt defeats Younes El Aynaoui 7-5 5-7 6-4 7-6 to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Canas topples Kafelnikov
Seventh seed Yevgeny Kafelnikov is dumped out of Wimbledon by Guillermo Canas, plus a round-up of the men's other singles.
Henman passes Schalken test
Tim Henman beats Sjeng Schalken in the last match of another day of few shocks at Wimbledon.
Sampras back to his best
Pete Sampras grabs an easy win over Sargis Sargsian to move into the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Capriati battles into last 16
American Jennifer Capriati is made to struggle for her 6-4 6-4 win over Tatiana Panova, but admits it could be a welcome reminder.
Ivanisevic sets up Rusedski clash
Goran Ivanisevic powers past American hope Andy Roddick in emphatic style.
Clement struggles to show flair
Frenchman Arnaud Clement battles through four-sets to reach the fourth round - plus a round-up of the men's action.
Elena blasted away
Russia's Elena Dementieva is the major casualty on day five in the women's singles - plus a round-up of other results.
Rusedski through in style
Greg Rusedski reaches the last 16, producing his best tennis at Wimbledon to beat Juan Carlos Ferrero in straight sets.
Hewitt overcomes Dent in thriller
Lleyton Hewitt's five-set win over Taylor Dent provides a thrilling end to a good day for the seeds at Wimbledon.
Davenport leads the way
A round-up of Thursday's women's action at Wimbledon where Lindsay Davenport leads a host of seeds into the third round.
Rafter books third-round spot
Australian Pat Rafter makes hard work of his 7-5 4-6 6-4 6-1 win over Czech Slava Dosedel - plus Thursday's men's round-up.
Awesome Venus into third round
Venus Williams gives another power display in a straight sets win over Daniela Hantuchova.
Agassi brushes Delgado aside
Second seed Andre Agassi disposes of Britain's Jamie Delgado - and immediately throws down the gauntlet to Pete Sampras.
Kafelnikov punishes Parmar
Yevgeny Kafelnikov says he aims to make his mark at Wimbledon this year after a 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-1 victory over Arvind Parmar.
Roddick rises to the occasion
A round-up of the men's action on day three, including Andy Roddick's four-set win over 11th seed Thomas Johansson.
Justine survives but Arantxa exits
A round-up of the women's singles action on the third day of Wimbledon where Justine Henin survived a scare.
Henman wins Brits battle
Tim Henman beats fellow Briton Martin Lee in straight sets saying this year he is determined to preserve his energy for the later stages.
Rusedski canters to Black win
Greg Rusedski says his new relaxed approach to life helped him destroy Zimbabwe's Byron Black in straight sets
Serena promises more
Fifth seed Serena Williams beats Germany's Barbara Rittner 6-4 6-0 and then admits she did not play very well.
Safin safely through
Fourth-seed Russian Marat Safin books his place in the second round with ease - plus a day one men's round-up.
Hingis heads casualties
A round-up of news and results from the first day of the women's singles competition at Wimbledon.
Courage wins day for Parmar
Briton Arvind Parmar admits cramp nearly forced him out of his epic five set win over Andre Sa of Brazil.
Henman through in three
Tim Henman makes light work of his first round opponent at Wimbledon, beating Artem Derepasko 6-1 6-1 6-1.
Hingis dumped out of Wimbledon
Top seed Martina Hingis is beaten in the first round by Spanish world number 83 Virginia Ruano Pascual.
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