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1999 Australian Open IBM
  Kafelnikov won his second Grand Slam title AP

Yevgeny, it's yours!

Kafelnikov dictates pace, wins Australian Open title

Yevgeny Kafelnikov outsmarted Thomas Enqvist to win the Australian Open final and his second Grand Slam title Sunday.
FULL STORY

  • Kafelnikov-Enqvist Box Score
  • Kafelnikov-Enqvist Head-to-Head Records
  • Australian Open Road to the Finals

  • Hingis captures third straight Australian Open
    Martina Hingis won her fifth Grand Slam title with a straight-sets victory over Amelie Mauresmo.
    FULL STORY

    Adams, de Swardt win mixed doubles title
    Mariaan de Swardt and David Adams got by Serena Williams and Max Mirnyi in a third-set tiebreaker to win the Australian mixed doubles title.
    FULL STORY

    Rafter, Bjorkman win doubles title
    Rafter and Bjorkman, the fifth seeds, received rowdy support from a combined Australia-Sweden cheer squad and scored a thrilling win.
    FULL STORY

    Hingis, Kournikova capture doubles title
    Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova, calling themselves the Spice Girls of tennis, combined to win the Australian Open doubles title.
    FULL STORY


    MORE STORIES

    JANUARY 30
     Kafelnikov the unlikely underdog in final
    Mauresmo loses final but wins admirers
    Hingis has eyes on world No. 1 spot
    Australian men's final figures to be baseline war

    JANUARY 29
     Hingis denies 'half a man' quote
    Kafelnikov to meet Enqvist in Australian Open final
    Mauresmo's coach downplays size
    Hingis faces muscular Mauresmo for Australian title

    JANUARY 28
     Bhupathi, Paes to face Rafter, Bjorkman in final
    Australian Open Notebook: Long shot finalist
    Mauresmo upsets Davenport, joins Hingis in Aussie final

    JANUARY 27
     Haas is on the upswing Down Under
    Men's semifinal draw not exactly a who's who
    Women's tennis rejuvenated once more
    Notebook: Lapentti, Kournikova 'just friends'
    Seles sets up semi showdown with Hingis

    JANUARY 26
     Davenport runs Venus Williams out of Open
    Korda's rankings steadily falling
    Mauresmo first into Australian Open semifinals
     

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