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Wednesday, 8 January, 2003, 17:15 GMT
Johansson claims shock win
Thomas Johansson causes a big upset by beating Marat Safin in four sets to take the Australian Open title.
Capriati savours Melbourne glory
Jennifer Capriati hails one of the performances of her life as she comes back from the brink to defeat Martina Hingis.
Mixed success for scratch pair
Karl Ullyett and Daniela Hantuchova take the Australian Open mixed doubles title in their first tournament together.
Johansson surprises himself
BBC Sport Online's Colin Banks reports from courtside on the final day of the Australian Open.
Capriati comeback stuns Hingis
Jennifer Capriati saves four match points as she beats Martina Hingis to retain her Australian Open title.
Barren run ends for long-time duo
Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor make it fourth time lucky by winning the Australian Open men's doubles crown.
Doubles joy for Martina and Anna
Hingis and Kournikova beat Daniela Hantuchova and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario to win the Australian Open doubles title.
Safin powers through
Marat Safin reaches the final of the Australian Open with a five-set win over Tommy Haas.
Capriati sets up Hingis final
Jennifer Capriati overcomes Kim Clijsters 7-5 3-6 6-1 in the second semi-final at the Australian Open.
Johansson wins epic battle
Thomas Johansson comes from behind to beat Jiri Novak and reach the final of the Australian Open.
Haas heads for Safin semi
Tommy Haas beats Marcelo Rios in four sets to line up an Australian Open semi-final against Marat Safin.
Capriati thrashes Mauresmo
Top seed Jennifer Capriati cruises past Amelie Mauresmo 6-2 6-2 in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.
Novak too strong for Koubek
Czech Jiri Novak reaches his first-ever Grand Slam semi-final as he cruises past Austria's Stefan Koubek 6-2 6-3 6-2.
Super Seles shocks Williams
Monica Seles pulls off a surprise 6-7 6-2 6-3 win over tournament favourite Venus Williams at the Australian Open.
Safin destroys Sampras' dreams
Marat Safin impresses in a four-set win over Pete Sampras at the Australian Open.
Capriati stays on course
Defending champion Jennifer Capriati reaches the quarter-finals of the Australian Open with victory over Rita Grande.
Henman concedes Bjorkman superiority
Tim Henman says he "was not good enough" to beat Jonas Bjorkman in their Australian Open fourth round match.
Easy for top women
Martina Hingis, Venus Williams and Monica Seles cruise into the last eight of the Australian Open.
Capriati struggles through
Top seed Jennifer Capriati needs three sets to beat Eleni Daniilidou and progress into the Australian Open fourth round.
Federer and Safin march on
Roger Federer and Marat Safin reach the last 16 at the Australian Open - plus a round-up of other matches from the men's third round.
Henman wins battle of Britain
An inspired Tim Henman beats fellow Briton Greg Rusedski to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open.
Hingis in a hurry
Martina Hingis storms into the fourth round of the Australian Open, plus a round-up of other women's action.
More seeds scattered
Two former finalists tumble out in the Australian Open second round as Pete Sampras eyes a record 14th Grand Slam.
Roddick and Clement go out
Andy Roddick and Arnaud Clement are the latest high-profile casualties in the men's singles event at the Australian Open.
Ivanisevic crashes out
Goran Ivanisevic is the latest seed to exit the Australian Open - as Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman set up a third round clash.
Williams struggles through
Venus Williams hobbles through to the third round at the Australian Open, plus a women's singles round-up.
Martin ends Hewitt hopes
World number one Lleyton Hewitt accuses Alberto Martin of using unfair tactics after losing to the Spaniard in the Australian Open.
Capriati crushes Talaja
Defending champion Jennifer Capriati wins at the Australian Open but Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario crashes out, plus a women's singles round-up.
Agassi and Kuerten out
Andre Agassi pulls out because of injury and Gustavo Kuerten loses in the first round, plus other Australian Open men's singles news.
Hingis coasts through
Martina Hingis takes her second round place with a straight sets win over Virginie Razzano at the Australian Open, plus other women's news.
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