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Gustavo Kuerten (above) was able to hold off Magnus Norman to capture his second French Open title AP
Guga gets it done
Brazilian captures second French Open title
In 1997, he shocked the tennis world by winning the French Open, but no one was surprised Sunday when Gustavo Kuerten captured his second title at Roland Garros. With the crowd cheering for the colorful Brazilian as they had for Frenchwoman Mary Pierce when she won the women's title Saturday, Kuerten defeated Magnus Norman in four sets for the win, and in the process took over the top spot in the ATP Champions' Race from the Swede.
Sunday's French Open Results
Norman disappointed in result
Kuerten intends to stay on top
Notebook: Norman vents his anger
||Pierce, Hingis capture women's doubles title|
Mary Pierce followed up her singles title by teaming with Martina Hingis to win the doubles competition.
||Woodies win doubles title, set record|
Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge won their 58th career doubles title.
||Pierce wins over French fans|
It took 33 years, but the French finally have another champion to call their own.