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Monday, 17 February, 2003, 12:35 GMT
2002


Albert Costa Costa takes French crown
Albert Costa beats fellow Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero 6-1 6-0 4-6 6-3 to win his first Grand Slam at the French Open.
Serena wins family affair
Serena Williams beats older sister Venus in straight sets to claim her first French Open title.
French Open champion Albert Costa Costa stunned by Paris triumph
Albert Costa admits he did not believe he was capable of winning the French Open before the tournament began.
Three up for winning pair
Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Paul Haarhuis storm to their third French Open doubles titles - their first as a partnership.
Champions retain title
Paola Suarez and Virginia Ruano Pascual successfully defend their French Open women's doubles crown.
Gamewatch: Costa v Ferrero
All the action as Albert Costa beats Juan Carlos Ferrero in four sets to win the French Open title in Paris.
French Open diary: Day 14
BBC Sport Online's Colin Banks reports from Roland Garros.
Gasquet romps to victory
Rising French star Richard Gasquet enhances his reputation with victory in the French Open boys' singles.
Costa wins Spanish battle
Albert Costa defeats fellow Spaniard Alex Corretja to reach his first French Open final.
Spain reigns at Roland Garros
Albert Costa and Juan Carlos Ferrero make it a proud day for Spanish tennis, but they may have to share the limelight back home.
Venus sets up sisters' final
World number one Venus Williams will meet her sister Serena in the French Open final after beating Clarisa Fernandez.
Safin joins Spanish party
Second seed Marat Safin is looking to use his Spanish connections in the semi-finals of the French Open.
Serena sees off Capriati
Serena Williams beats defending champion Jennifer Capriati to set up a possible final with her sister Venus at the French Open.
Injuries undermine women's game
BBC Sport Online examines the growing number of injuries which threaten to undermine the strength of the women's game.

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 FRENCH OPEN 2002


BBC Sport Online's Colin Banks reports from day nine of the French Open
Costa comes good


As Tim Henman exits the French Open in the second round, BBC Sport Online asks why he so often flatters to deceive.Demons return
Henman suffers a painfully familiar defeat

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