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David Sabino
June 30, 2003
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June 30, 2003

Trivial Matters

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Following Through

Last week, Lleyton Hewitt entered Wimbledon as the top seed for the second year in a row. This time he lost in the first round, but last year he became the fifth top-seeded man in six years to win the tournament. Who is the last No. I seed to win the women's title?

a. Lindsay Davenport
b. Steffi Graf
c. Martina Hingis
d. Venus Williams

Seedless Greats
Since Wimbledon's seeding process began in 1927, only two unseeded players, either male or female, have won a singles championship. Who are they?

This Week's Matchup

The least publicized of Wimbledon's five major titles is mixed doubles. Match the man and woman who together reached the tournament's mixed doubles finals.

1. Jonas Bjorkman
2. Lleyton Hewitt
3. Max Mirnyi
4. Todd Woodbridge

a. Kim Clijsters
b. Anna Kournikova
c. Helena Sukova
d. Serena Williams

Call to Order

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