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  Friday, 14 February, 2003, 14:37 GMT
Lleyton Hewitt holds the men's singles trophy at Wimbledon Hewitt on cloud nine
Lleyton Hewitt admits he would not care if he never won another tournament after his Wimbledon triumph.
Serena Williams with the Wimbledon trophy Serena fulfils promise
Serena Williams says she told herself at the beginning of the year that 2002 would be the year she won Wimbledon.
Serena Williams beat sister Venus to win this year's Wimbledon title Wimbledon 'could move'
Reports suggest Wimbledon could be played a week later to leave a longer gap after the French Open.
More joy for Williams double act
Wimbledon singles champion Serena Williams teams up with sister Venus to clinch the women's doubles title.
Hewitt is top of the charts
Lleyton Hewitt's Wimbledon triumph catapults him to the top of the ATP Champions Race.
McEnroe delighted for Hewitt
John McEnroe says Lleyton Hewitt deserves his Wimbledon title, but warns he may have to change his game to continue his success.
Williams sisters show star quality
Serena and Venus Williams could stay unchallenged in women's tennis for 10 years, according to two of the BBC's tennis pundits.
Revolution reaches Wimbledon
Lleyton Hewitt's Wimbledon victory heralds the arrival of a new generation at the All England Club.
Williams duo leave the rest behind
This year's Wimbledon proves how the Williams sisters have only each other to beat in the women's game.
David who?
Beaten Wimbledon finalist David Nalbandian escapes the recognition of one journalist, while Lleyton Hewitt reveals his Aussie roots.
Awesome Hewitt wins Wimbledon
Lleyton Hewitt thrashes David Nalbandian to take his first Wimbledon title, and confirm his world number one status.
Can Hewitt rule the world?
Has Lleyton Hewitt the game to go on to dominate men's tennis after his first Wimbledon title?
Hewitt ready for greatness
Lleyton Hewitt picks up his first Wimbledon title and looks capable of dominating for years to come.
Serena takes Wimbledon title
Serena Williams beats her sister Venus to claim a first Wimbledon title without dropping a set.
Sister act finally delivers
Williams v Williams lives up to the promise in a match of high quality and drama.
Woodbridge wins yet again
Doubles specialist Todd Woodbridge partners Jonas Bjorkman to victory over Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor.
Bhupathi and Likhovtseva win doubles
Mahesh Bhupathi and Elena Likhovtseva win the mixed doubles in the final game of the 2002 Wimbledon Championships.
Wimbledon uncovered
A male streaker cavorts around Centre Court to enliven proceedings at the Wimbledon men's singles final.
Big day for Mini Mac duo
Mini Mac winners Stuart Little and Christina Clayton get their chance behind the microphone at Sunday's men's final.
Roof plans still on hold
Wimbledon officials are continuing their investigations into the possibility of putting a roof over Centre Court.


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