2002 Wimbledon 2002 Wimbledon


Lleyton Hewitt won his first Wimbledon title from the baseline. AP

'It's a ripper'

The final singles match was a mismatch. Lleyton Hewitt absolutely ruled Centre Court in the men's singles final Sunday, crushing David Nalbandian 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. Hewitt's crown was his second Slam; he won the U.S. Open this past September.

Venus gives up No. 1 ranking and crown
Photo Gallery: All-Williams Final
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Joel Drucker
Reflections on Wimbledon 2002

Serena defeats Venus for Wimbledon title
Williams sisters take Wimbledon doubles title
Don't look, Ethel: Streaker hits Centre Court
Wimbledon Notebook: A roof for Centre Court?
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TNT's Joel Drucker
Stars not in Henman's favor

Video archive
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SI Flashbacks
1981: McEnroe roars to unlikely title
1993: Rockets on the 4th for Sampras

* Centre of attention
Lleyton Hewitt says he is glad to be a part of the winning tradition at Wimbledon.
* Stronger down the stretch
Serena Williams thinks her sister ran out of gas; David Nalbandian considers his historic win.
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Wimbledon on TNT
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Past Specials
2002 Australian Open: Capriati rallies
2002 French Open: An all-Williams final
Wimbledon 2000: Sampras wins Slam No. 13
Wimbledon 1999: Graf says goodbye
Wimbledon 1998: Sampras wins a fifth title


Jon Wertheim: Inside Tennis
There's a great story behind a quiet doubles star.

Jon Wertheim: Tennis Mailbag
Wrapping up a random Wimbledon.

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