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Marat Safin became the first Russian man to win the U.S. Open. AP
Safin wins first Grand Slam title
Pete Sampras' hopes of extending his record of Grand Slam titles were ended by Russia's Marat Safin on Sunday, as the 20-year-old whipped Sampras in three sets to win his first Grand Slam title. Safin, who beat Sampras in the finals of the Tennis Masters Series - Toronto in August, was equally as impressive in his first Grand Slam final. The win also prevented another American sweep at Flushing Meadows, following Venus Williams' victory over Lindsay Davenport on Saturday night.
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||Halard-Decugis, Sugiyama win women's doubles|
Julie Halard-Decugis celebrated her 30th birthday by teaming with Ai Sugiyama for the title.
||Clinton attends Super Saturday|
President Bill Clinton arrived just after the day's first match at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
||Hewitt and Mirnyi win doubles title|
Lleyton Hewitt and Max Mirnyi became the first unseeded team to win the men's doubles title.
||Palmer and Sanchez-Vicario win mixed doubles|
The pair defeated Kournikova and Mirnyi to capture the first title at this year's U.S. Open.