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A New World Order
Gabriela Sabatini's win in Florida ended Steffi Graf's run as the No. 1 superpower
Maria Sharapova was the latest 16-year-old to take Wimbledon by storm. But where will she be in a few years?
A Match Goes Down in History
It was Bjorn Borg's fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, but the five-set final will be remembered as much for its heroic loser, John McEnroe, who won the fans' plaudits
The fate of New Orleans's NFL team took a backseat to scenes of despair
The Unkindest Cut
Female athletes fared worse than males did when the University of Massachusetts trimmed expenses
Books Exposing the seamy side of the great Oklahoma teams and women's tennis
The Undefeatedby Jim Dent/Thomas Dunne Books, $24.95 There's little ... the seamy side of the great Oklahoma teams and women's tennis.
The tennis babies who managed to come a long way now detail their progress
Coming almost out of nowhere, the women have marched past the men (heaving bouquets at Bobby Riggs as they did so) in attracting media ...
Vamp CounselorsYoung players are pushed to show more than their A ... of combined men's and women's tournaments, each paying equal
LISSOME LINDSAYA slimmed-down and fired-up Lindsay Davenport is stealing theshow on the women's tour She's tall and blonde. She's a ...
A Grand Occasion While Serena Williams blitzed the women's field, Pete Sampras won his fifth U.S. Open and left no doubt that he's the greatest men's player ever
For so long he hadn't needed any of it: not the support of fans,not the presence of family, not the on-court histrionics. PeteSampras did not ...