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Racquet Sports banner Tuesday, 3 October, 2000, 05:06 GMT 06:06 UK
Double gold medalist Venus Williams Williams sisters become golden girls
Venus and Serena Williams add Olympic gold to their long list of achievements this year by winning the women's doubles in style.
Kafelnikov Kafelnikov clinches gold
Russia's Yevgeny Kafelnikov clinches gold in the Olympics men's tennis final, defeating German Tommy Haas in a five-set thriller.
Daniel Nestor Woodies stunned by Canadians
Defending champions Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde lose to Canadian pair Daniel Nestor and Sebastien Lareau in the men's doubles final.
Williams storms to Olympic gold
Venus Williams adds the Olympic crown to her Wimbledon and US Open titles with a straight sets win.
Di Pasquale wins bronze battle
France's Arnaud di Pasquale ousts Roger Federer in a tight three-set encounter to claim third place in the men's tennis competition.
Haas faces Kafelnikov in final
Unseeded German Tommy Haas has to beat a former world No.1, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, for the men's tennis gold medal.
China complete clean sweep
China's total domination of table tennis is further enhanced with a clean sweep of the gold medals for the second consecutive Olympics.
Kafelnikov favourite for tennis gold
Yevgeny Kafelnikov is the only seed left in the men's singles after beating Gustavo Kuerten in straight sets to reach the last four.
Williams sets up Dementieva clash
Venus Williams reaches the final of the Olympic women's tennis by beating Monica Seles and now faces Elena Dementieva.
Wang seals second gold
China's Wang Nan defeats her doubles partner Li Ju in the women's singles table tennis final.
Haas sends another seed crashing
Germany's Tommy Haas beats sixth seed Alex Corretja to move into the last eight of an event that only contains three seeded players.
Williams survives Sanchez scare
Venus Williams fights back against Arantxa Sanche-Vicario to joins Monica Seles, Jelena Dokic and Elena Dementieva in the last four.
Norman out but Kuerten progresses
Second seed Gustavo Kuerten moves into the quarter-finals of the men's singles, but Magnus Norman and Mark Philippoussis crash out.
China's badminton brilliance
On the badminton competition's final day, China wins the men's singles and completes a 1-2-3 sweep of the women's doubles.
Brits win bronze battle
Simon Archer and Jo Goode claim bronze in the mixed doubles to become the first Britons to win an Olympic badminton medal.
Rafter suffers Olympic KO
Australian Pat Rafter is knocked out of the Olympic tennis tournament in straight sets by little-known Canadian Daniel Nestor.
Indonesia's golden boys
Indonesians Tony Gunawan and Candra Wijaya strike gold in the Olympic badminton men's doubles amid signs of wild jubilation.
Williams wins as Davenport exits
Venus Williams racks up her 28th straight victory but rival Lindsay Davenport is out of the Olympics due to injury.
Philippoussis delights home crowd
Aussie favourite Mark Philippoussis eases his way into the third round of the Olympic tennis along with Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten.
Seeds tumble as tennis suffers
The BBC's Iain Carter sees the big names fall by the wayside and assesses the damage to tennis' hopes of true Olympic recognition.
Safin and Hewitt out
US Open champion Marat Safin and home favourite Lleyton Hewitt crash out in the first round of the Olympic tennis tournament.
Henman's Olympic dreams shattered
British No.1 Tim Henman crashes out of the Olympic tennis competition with a straight sets defeat by Karol Kucera.
Rusedski falls to Clement
Britain's Greg Rusedski and US Open champion Marat Safin crash out of the men's singles event losing to French opponents.
Badminton pair blow it
British badminton medal hopes Simon Archer and Jo Goode squander a lead to lose the mixed doubles semi-final
Goode news for British pair
Britain's Badminton medal hopes were boosted as Donna Kellogg and Jo Goode cruised into the quarter-finals of the women's doubles.
Cowan dream debut ends in defeat
Britain's Barry Cowan surrenders a one-set lead against Daniel Nestor as his Olympic tennis fairytale suffers a disappointing twist.
Rafter responds to Sydney crowd
Australian superstar Pat Rafter kicks off the Olympic tennis competition in emphatic fashion - but Todd Martin slumps to sorry defeat.
Seles leads the way
Monica Seles sets the standard for the formidable US women's tennis team - but Amelie Mauresmo becomes the first seed to fall.
Rusedski lashes out at LTA
Greg Rusedski launches a bitter attack on the governing body for tennis in Britain - but apologises for raising the matter during the Olympics.
Vaughan out in straight sets
Richard Vaughan follows Kelly Morgan in crashing out of the Olympic Games badminton singles in the third round.
Morgan's Olympic dreams dashed
Wales' badminton medal-hope Kelly Morgan crashes out in Sydney, but Richard Vaughan cruises through to the last 16.
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