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Extractions: See Online Courses Search Tennis New #1 Norman Wins Italian Open Dateline: 05/15/00 Magnus Norman had a good weekend. On Saturday, Magnus beat Lleyton Hewitt 6-3, 6-0 and thus advanced both to the Italian Open final and to number one in the ATP Champions Race, the new ranking system implemented for the year 2000. Andre Agassi, who lost early in the Italian, now drops to number two in the Champions Race, although most still regard him as the world's top player. The new Champions Race only counts results in the current calendar year, so Agassi's phenomenal 1999 is no longer a factor. Magnus summarized with appropriate modesty, saying that he's number one in the race for now, but still not on a par with Agassi or Sampras. Norman may be rivaling Agassi and Sampras sooner than he expects. After his easy dismissal of Hewitt in the semifinal, he showed a potent mix of steadiness and aggressiveness against defending champ Gustavo Kuerten in the final. Kuerten was quite shaky in the first set, with a first-serve percentage in the single digits through the first six games. It looked like Gustavo might win only one game in the set, but he began to find the court toward the end, making Magnus work to pocket the set at 6-3. The remaining three sets were hard-fought. Gustavo won the second, then Magnus took the last two. The final result was 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Extractions: See Online Courses Search Tennis Kuerten Wins on Eleventh Match Point Dateline: 06/11/00 Gustavo Kuerten claimed his second French Open singles title, 6-2, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (8-6), over Magnus Norman today. If the French Open singles were best of three sets, this year's final would have been a major dud. Kuerten took the first two sets all too easily from a poorly playing, nervous Norman. Then Magnus shook off the nerves and used his power forehands and precise, down-the-line backhands to put Gustavo on the run. Winning the third set erased Magnus's fear of a completely embarrassing performance, and this paved the way for an especially dramatic and hard-fought fourth set. In the fourth, Magnus may have set an all-time record for number of serves hit in one set. Whereas Kuerten's serving games generally went quickly, most of Norman's went to multiple deuces, and it was on break points that Kuerten had his first nine championship points. On the first of these, Norman, serving at 4-5, 15-40, hit an inside-out forehand that, if it was in, touched only the outermost edge of Kuerten's sideline. Kuerten thought it was out, but the chair umpire climbed down to call it good. This prompted a rare argument from Kuerten, and the call clearly bothered him for the rest of that game, as he kept looking back at the ball mark on subsequent points.
Extractions: Magnus Norman 2001 win-loss record# ATP Tournaments Played: 18 ATP Record: 23-20 Tournament Titles: (Best finish F, adidas International, Franklin Templeton Tennis Classic) Hardcourt Record: 19-12 Carpet Record: 1-1 Clay Record: 5-9 Grass Record: 0-0 Overall Record (including non-ATP events): 25-22 TOURNAMENT SURFACE RD OPPONENT W/L SCORE Gold Flake Open Hard 1 Taylor Dent L 3-6, 6-7 adidas International Hard 1 Andrei Pavel W 6-3, 7-5 2 Todd Woodbridge W 6-3, 6-1 QF George Bastl W 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 SF Jonas Bjorkman W 5-7, 6-3, 7-5 F Lleyton Hewitt L 4-6, 1-6 Australian Open Hard 1 Stephane Huet W 1-6, 7-5, 6-1, 7-6 2 Fabrice Santoro W 7-6, 6-3, 6-0 3 Alex Calatrava W 7-6, 3-6, 7-6, 6-3 4 Sebastien Grosjean L 6-7, 3-6, 6-0, 4-6 X-Davis Cup Carpet RR Jiri Novak W 7-6, 6-1, 1-6, 2-6, 6-4 RR Bohdan Ulihrach L 3-6, 2-6, 1-6
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Extractions: Tour: ATP Track This Player 2003 Results Siebel Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Kenneth Carlsen L Kroger St. Jude Rd Opponent W/L Score Nikolay Davydenko W 4-6 retired (left wrist) Vincent Spadea L Copenhagen Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Raemon Sluiter W Kristian Pless W QF Wayne Arthurs L Davis Cup Rd Opponent W/L Score QF Mark Philippoussis L Grand Prix Hassan II Rd Opponent W/L Score Jiri Vanek W Younes El Aynaoui L Tennis Masters Monte Carlo Rd Opponent W/L Score Nicolas Lapentti W Gustavo Kuerten W Filippo Volandri L Open Seat Godo Rd Opponent W/L Score Agustin Calleri L CAM Open Comunidad Valenciana Rd Opponent W/L Score Dominik Hrbaty L Italia Masters Rd Opponent W/L Score Rainer Schuettler L ARAG ATP World Team Championship Rd Opponent W/L Score Fernando Gonzalez L Rainer Schuettler L French Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Nicolas Massu L The Wimbledon Championships Rd Opponent W/L Score Synsam Swedish Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Hicham Arazi L Mercedes Cup Rd Opponent W/L Score Lars Burgsmuller L Croatia Open Rd Opponent W/L Score Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo W Sasa Tuksar W QF Rafael Nadal L Idea Prokom Open Rd Opponent W/L Score David Sanchez L U.S. Open
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Extractions: Magnus Norman has picked up where he left off in 1999 at the Croatian Open. The former World No. 2 and winner in Umag four years ago, moved into the quarterfinals on Wednesday with a tough 7-6(8), 7-6(3) victory against Croatian lucky loser Sasa Tuksar in 2 hours, 30 minutes. Norman has now won seven straight matches in Umag including a huge victory in the first round where the 27-year-old Swede shook off a 10-match losing streak with his win against Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo. Norman hasn't played in Umag since winning the title in 1999 and was also a finalist in his first trip to the event in 1998. Norman also won back-to-back matches for the first time since Tennis Masters Monte Carlo. Norman's semifinal quest could be difficult as he will face 17-year-old Rafael Nadal. Nadal continued his rise on the ATP circuit on Wednesday by reaching his second quarterfinal of the year by easily defeating Argentine Mariano Puerta, 6-2, 6-4. This is the second quarterfinal appearance in three weeks for the young Spaniard who reached the final eight in Bastad.