Un, Deux, Trois
Tenis en espaņol
Tenis en espaņol
Tuesday, June 12
took home his third French Open title
Sunday by defeating Alex Corretja 6-7 (3), 7-5, 6-2, 6-0. As Kuerten ground Corretja into the red dirt, it was easy
to see why Americans do not win
in Paris, writes Curry Kirkpatrick.
She's Halfway There
Jennifer Capriati rallied to win
the French Open title and kept her hope of a Grand Slam alive.
The win certified Capriati's return
, Curry Kirkpatrick writes.
Gustavo Kuerten is only the sixth man to win three titles at Roland Garros.
Serving it up: Capriati not surprised by Clijsters
A daily look at what the players are up to on and off the court in Paris.
Kirkpatrick: Comeback Capster
Jennifer Capriati continued her remarkable story by knocking out Martina Hingis in straight sets.
Hingis says she's independent plus has mom's help
Martina Hingis believes she has rediscovered the perfect preparation formula.
Kirkpatrick: Choke hold
After flirting with another failure, Jennifer Capriati recovered to reach the semifinals.
Ten burning questions for Jane Kaczmarek
In our never-ending quest for truth and enlightenment in the world of sports and pop culture, Page 2 asks actress Jane Kaczmarek 10 hard-hitting questions.
Kirkpatrick: Sister act
After winning her second-round match, Serena Williams meets the press. It's not pretty.
Capriati in good shape for title bid
Jennifer Capriati, this year's Australian Open champion, has breezed through her opening matches.
Williams sisters pull out of doubles
Sisters Venus and Serena Williams pulled out of the French Open doubles Wednesday, a title they won two years ago.
Kirkpatrick: He'll always have Paris
Andy Roddick's five-set marathon victory over Michael Chang wasn't just a classic. It was one for the ages.
Jelena Dokic coming of age
Maturity might have been forced on Jelena Dokic, but she's feeling more like a grown-up these days.
Kirkpatrick: For Pete's sake
Despite beating the French Wildcat -- no, not Brigitte Bardot -- Sampras' follies on clay continue.
ESPN.com's 2000 French Open coverage
Gustavo Kuerten and Mary Pierce took unlikely paths to their respective titles at Roland Garros.
ESPN.com's 2001 Australian Open Coverage
Jennifer Capriati and Andre Agassi provide an American sweep Down Under.
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Gustavo Kuerten comments on the match and his love for the clay courts of Roland Garros.
Jennifer Capriati had trouble believing she won the French Open (Courtesy: NBC Sports).