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Pete Sampras dropped the first set to Patrick Rafter but fought back for his seventh Wimbledon title. AP
Lucky No. 13
Sampras beats Rafter for record-setting win
With rain hampering play early on Sunday, Pete Sampras' chances of winning his record 13th Grand Slam title and tying Willie Renshaw's century-old mark of seven Wimbledon championships looked bleak, especially after Patrick Rafter took the first set 7-6 (12-10). But Sampras fought back, winning the next three sets for the historic victory. The victory completed an American sweep, after Venus Williams won the women's title on Saturday over Lindsay Davenport. But it also added fuel for argument about where Sampras stands among the all-time greats.
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Venus Williams teamed with sister Serena to win the women's doubles at Wimbledon Monday.
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Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde won their sixth Wimbledon doubles title in their final appearance.
||Johnson, Po capture mixed doubles title|
Don Johnson and Kimberly Po won their first Grand Slam title, defeating Lleyton Hewitt and Kim Clijsters.