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Old 03-17-2004, 06:03 AM   #31
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Albert Costa (Esp) vs Nicolas Lapentti (Ecu)

1998 Barcelona Clay R64 Costa 4-6 6-3 6-1
1999 Key Biscayne Hardcourt R32 Costa 7-6(3) 6-4
1999 Gstaad Clay F Costa 7-6(4) 6-3 6-4
1999 Paris Indoor Carpet R16 Lapentti 6-2 7-5
2001 Kitzbuhel Clay F Lapentti 1-6 6-4 7-5 7-5
2002 Rome Clay R64 Costa 3-6 6-4 6-4
2002 Cincinnati Hardcourt R64 Costa 4-6 7-6(4) 6-4
2003 Roland Garros Clay R32 Costa 4-6 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-4

Costa leads 6-2
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Gustavo Kuerten (Bra) vs Tommy Haas (Ger)

1998 Rome Clay R16 Kuerten 6-4 6-2
1999-Cincinnati Hardcourt R16 Kuerten 7-5 7-5
2000 Indian Wells Hardcourt R32 Haas 7-6(4) 7-6(1)
2001 Monte Carlo Clay R16 Kuerten 6-7(6) 6-3 6-3
2001 Los Angeles Hardcourt QF Kuerten 6-3 6-3
2001 Cincinnati Hardcourt R32 Kuerten 7-6(4) 7-6(8)

Kuerten leads 5-1
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On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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Federer vs Pavel

2000 Hamburg Clay R64 Andrei Pavel 6-4 6-3
2000 Basel Indoor Carpet R16 Federer 7-6(4) 6-4
2001 Rotterdam Indoor Hardcourt SF Federer 6-7(4) 6-4 6-0
2002 Miami Hardcourt QF Federer 6-1 6-1
2004 Davis Cup (WG-1R) ROM vs. SUI Indoor Clay RR Federer 6-3 6-2 7-5
2004 Rotterdam Indoor Hardcourt R16 Federer 7-6(2) 7-5
2004 Dubai Outdoor Hardcourt QF Federer 6-3 6-3
2004 Indian Wells Hardcourt R64 Federer 6-1, 6-1

Federer leads 7-1
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On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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Roger Federer (SUI) vs Marat Safin (RUS)

2004 Dubai, Hard, R32 Federer 7-6, 7-6
2004 Australian Open, Hard, F Federer 7-6, 6-4, 6-2
2002 Moscow, Carpet, QF Safin 7-5, 6-4
2002 Hamburg TMS, Clay, F Federer 6-1, 6-3, 6-4
2002 RUS v SUI WG Rd 1, Clay, RR Federer 7-5, 6-1, 6-2
2001 Rome TMS, Clay, R32 Federer 4-6, 6-4, 7-6


Federer leads Safin 5-1
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On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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Pete Sampras - How He's Fared Against His Opponents


Pete Sampras compiled a 762-222 record during his years on the circuit - winning more than 77 percent of all the matches he played in 15 years. Most opponents didn't stand a chance against 'Pistol Pete.' Here's the records of the 297 men that went head-to-head with Sampras.

Opponent W-L

Aaron Krickstein 5-1
Adrian Voinea 2-0
Agustin Calleri 1-0
Agustin Moreno 1-0
Albert Costa 5-0
Albert Portas 1-0
Alberto Mancini 2-0
Alberto Martin 0-1
Alex Antonitsch 1-0
Alex Calatrava 1-1
Alex Corretja 5-3
Alex O'Brien 1-0
Alex Radulescu 3-0
Alexander Peya 1-0
Alexander Volkov 9-2
Amos Mansdorf 4-0
Anders Jarryd 2-0
Andre Agassi 20-14
Andre Sa 1-0
Andrea Gaudenzi 3-1
Andreas Vinciguerra 1-0
Andrei Cherkasov 4-1
Andrei Chesnokov 2-0
Andrei Medvedev 6-2
Andrei Olhovskiy 2-0
Andrei Stoliarov 1-0
Andres Gomez 2-0
Andrew Foster 1-0
Andrew Ilie 0-1
Andrew Sznajder 2-0
Andy Roddick 1-2
Arnaud Boetsch 3-0
Arnaud Di Pasquale 0-1
Arvind Parmar 1-0
Barry Cowan 1-0
Bernd Karbacher 2-1
Bill Scanlon 1-0
Bob Bryan 1-0
Bohdan Ulihrach 4-2
Boris Becker 12-7
Brad Gilbert 5-4
Brad Pearce 2-0
Brett Steven 2-1
Bryan Shelton 2-0
Byron Black 6-0
Carlos Costa 1-1
Carlos Moya 3-1
Carl-Uwe Steeb 3-1
Cedric Kauffmann 1-0
Cedric Pioline 9-0
Chris Garner 1-0
Chris Woodruff 4-1
Christian Bergstrom 2-2
Christian Saceanu 0-1
Christo Van Rensburg 1-2
Chuck Adams 1-0
Dan Goldie 1-0
Daniel Nestor 1-0
Daniel Vacek 5-0
Danilo Marcelino 1-0
Danny Sapsford 1-0
David Dilucia 2-0
David Engel 1-0
David Pate 2-2
David Prinosil 3-0
David Wheaton 8-0
Davide Sanguinetti 3-0
Derrick Rostagno 1-2
Diego Nargiso 2-0
Diego Perez 1-0
Dinu Pescariu 1-0
Dominik Hrbaty 2-1
Donald Johnson 1-0
Doug Burke 1-0
Doug Flach 1-0
Eliot Teltscher 1-0
Emilio Sanchez 2-1
Eric Jelen 1-0
Fabrice Santoro 4-3
Felix Mantilla 3-2
Fernando Gonzalez 0-1
Fernando Meligeni 1-1
Francisco Clavet 4-0
Francisco Montana 2-0
Franco Squillari 1-0
Gabriel Markus 1-1
Galo Blanco 1-1
George Bastl 0-1
German Lopez 1-0
Gianluca Pozzi 4-0
Gilad Bloom 2-0
Gilbert Schaller 0-1
Goran Ivanisevic 12-7
Goran Prpic 1-0
Grant Connell 1-0
Grant Doyle 1-0
Grant Stafford 1-1
Greg Rusedski 9-1
Guillaume Raoux 3-1
Guillermo Canas 2-0
Guillermo Perez-Roldan 1-0
Gustavo Kuerten 2-1
Guy Forget 5-4
Harel Levy 0-1
Hendrik Dreekmann 3-0
Henri Leconte 2-2
Henrik Holm 1-0
Hicham Arazi 1-0
Horacio De La Pena 1-0
Horst Skoff 3-0
Hyung-Taik Lee 2-0
Ivan Lendl 5-3
Jacco Eltingh 2-2
Jaime Yzaga 3-3
Jakob Hlasek 6-1
James Sekulov 1-0
Jamie Morgan 2-0
Jan Apell 2-0
Jan Kroslak 3-0
Jan Siemerink 5-0
Jan Vacek 1-0
Jan-Michael Gambill 4-1
Jared Palmer 4-0
Jarkko Nieminen 2-0
Jason Stoltenberg 4-1
Javier Frana 1-0
Javier Sanchez 2-0
Jay Berger 0-2
Jean-Philippe Fleurian 1-0
Jeff Tarango 4-0
Jeremy Bates 2-1
Jerome Golmard 1-0
Jim Courier 16-4
Jim Pugh 1-0
Jimmy Connors 2-0
Jimy Szymanski 1-0
Jiri Novak 1-1
Jiri Vanek 1-0
Joey Rive 1-0
Johan Carlsson 1-0
Johan Van Herck 1-0
John Fitzgerald 1-0
John McEnroe 3-0
John van Lottum 1-0
Jonas Bjorkman 9-1
Jonas Svensson 3-1
Jonathan Stark 4-0
Jordi Arrese 1-0
Jordi Burillo 1-0
Jorge Lozano 1-0
Joshua Eagle 2-0
Juan Antonio Marin 1-0
Juan Ignacio Chela 2-0
Julien Boutter 1-0
Justin Gimelstob 4-0
Karel Novacek 1-1
Karim Alami 1-1
Karol Beck 1-0
Karol Kucera 7-1
Karsten Braasch 1-0
Kelly Evernden 1-1
Kenneth Carlsen 1-0
Kent Kinnear 1-0
Kevin Curren 1-1
Kevin Ullyett 1-0
Kristian Pless 1-0
Lars Jonsson 1-0
Laurent Prades 1-0
Leander Paes 0-1
Leif Shiras 0-1
Lionel Roux 2-0
Lleyton Hewitt 4-5
Luiz Mattar 2-0
Magnus Gustafsson 5-0
Magnus Larsson 7-4
Magnus Norman 4-1
MaliVai Washington 7-0
Marat Safin 3-4
Marc Rosset 5-1
Marcelo Filippini 5-0
Marcelo Rios 2-0
Marc-Kevin Goellner 2-0
Marcos Ondruska 2-0
Mardy Fish 1-0
Mariano Puerta 1-0
Mariano Zabaleta 1-0
Mark Kaplan 1-0
Mark Keil 0-1
Mark Koevermans 0-1
Mark Kratzmann 1-0
Mark Philippoussis 7-4
Mark Woodforde 10-1
Markus Naewie 1-0
Markus Zoecke 2-0
Martin Damm 3-0
Martin Jaite 2-0
Martin Lee 1-0
Martin Rodriguez 1-0
Martin Wostenholme 1-0
Mats Wilander 2-1
Mauricio Hadad 2-0
Max Mirnyi 1-2
Maxime Huard 1-0
Michael Chang 12-8
Michael Joyce 2-0
Michael Llodra 2-0
Michael Stich 4-5
Michiel Schapers 1-0
Mikael Pernfors 0-2
Mikael Tillstrom 6-0
Mikhail Youzhny 1-0
Milan Srejber 3-0
Miloslav Mecir 0-1
Neil Borwick 1-0
Nicklas Kulti 2-0
Nicolas Escude 1-1
Nicolas Kiefer 3-1
Nicolas Lapentti 3-0
Nuno Marques 1-0
Oliver Gross 0-1
Olivier Delaitre 1-0
Olivier Rochus 2-0
Omar Camporese 1-0
Paolo Cane 1-0
Patrick Baur 1-0
Patrick McEnroe 3-0
Patrick Rafter 12-4
Paul Annacone 0-1
Paul Chamberlin 1-0
Paul Goldstein 1-0
Paul Haarhuis 1-3
Paul-Henri Mathieu 0-1
Peter Doohan 1-0
Peter Lundgren 1-1
Petr Korda 12-5
Phillip King 1-0
Rainer Schuettler 2-0
Ramesh Krishnan 2-0
Ramon Delgado 2-1
Renzo Furlan 2-0
Richard Fromberg 4-1
Richard Krajicek 4-6
Richey Reneberg 6-2
Rick Leach 1-0
Rikard Bergh 1-0
Rodolphe Gilbert 1-1
Roger Federer 0-1
Roger Smith 1-0
Ronald Agenor 1-0
Sammy Giammalva Jr. 0-1
Sandon Stolle 1-0
Sargis Sargsian 3-0
Scott Davis 1-0
Scott Draper 2-0
Sebastien Grosjean 3-0
Sebastien Lareau 3-0
Sergi Bruguera 2-3
Shuzo Matsuoka 4-1
Simon Youl 2-0
Sjeng Schalken 5-0
Slava Dosedel 3-0
Stefan Edberg 8-6
Stefan Koubek 1-0
Stefano Pescosolido 2-0
Stephane Sansoni 1-0
Stephane Simian 5-0
Steve Bryan 1-0
Taylor Dent 1-0
Thierry Champion 1-1
Thomas Enqvist 9-2
Thomas Hogstedt 1-0
Thomas Johansson 2-1
Thomas Muster 9-2
Tim Henman 6-2
Tim Mayotte 4-1
Tim Wilkison 1-0
Todd Larkham 1-0
Todd Martin 18-4
Todd Nelson 2-0
Todd Witsken 3-0
Todd Woodbridge 7-1
Tom Nijssen 2-0
Tomas Carbonell 3-0
Tommy Haas 5-5
Tommy Ho 1-0
Veli Paloheimo 1-0
Vincent Spadea 4-1
Vladimir Gabrichidze 1-0
Vladimir Voltchkov 1-0
Wally Masur 4-0
Wayne Arthurs 2-1
Wayne Black 2-0
Wayne Ferreira 7-6
Wolfgang Popp 1-0
Xavier Malisse 2-0
Yannick Noah 0-1
Yevgeny Kafelnikov 11-2
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Pete Sampras - How He's Fared Against His Opponents


Pete Sampras compiled a 762-222 record during his years on the circuit - winning more than 77 percent of all the matches he played in 15 years. Most opponents didn't stand a chance against 'Pistol Pete.' Here's the records of the 297 men that went head-to-head with Sampras.

Opponent W-L

Aaron Krickstein 5-1
Adrian Voinea 2-0
Agustin Calleri 1-0
Agustin Moreno 1-0
Albert Costa 5-0
Albert Portas 1-0
Alberto Mancini 2-0
Alberto Martin 0-1
Alex Antonitsch 1-0
Alex Calatrava 1-1
Alex Corretja 5-3
Alex O'Brien 1-0
Alex Radulescu 3-0
Alexander Peya 1-0
Alexander Volkov 9-2
Amos Mansdorf 4-0
Anders Jarryd 2-0
Andre Agassi 20-14
Andre Sa 1-0
Andrea Gaudenzi 3-1
Andreas Vinciguerra 1-0
Andrei Cherkasov 4-1
Andrei Chesnokov 2-0
Andrei Medvedev 6-2
Andrei Olhovskiy 2-0
Andrei Stoliarov 1-0
Andres Gomez 2-0
Andrew Foster 1-0
Andrew Ilie 0-1
Andrew Sznajder 2-0
Andy Roddick 1-2
Arnaud Boetsch 3-0
Arnaud Di Pasquale 0-1
Arvind Parmar 1-0
Barry Cowan 1-0
Bernd Karbacher 2-1
Bill Scanlon 1-0
Bob Bryan 1-0
Bohdan Ulihrach 4-2
Boris Becker 12-7
Brad Gilbert 5-4
Brad Pearce 2-0
Brett Steven 2-1
Bryan Shelton 2-0
Byron Black 6-0
Carlos Costa 1-1
Carlos Moya 3-1
Carl-Uwe Steeb 3-1
Cedric Kauffmann 1-0
Cedric Pioline 9-0
Chris Garner 1-0
Chris Woodruff 4-1
Christian Bergstrom 2-2
Christian Saceanu 0-1
Christo Van Rensburg 1-2
Chuck Adams 1-0
Dan Goldie 1-0
Daniel Nestor 1-0
Daniel Vacek 5-0
Danilo Marcelino 1-0
Danny Sapsford 1-0
David Dilucia 2-0
David Engel 1-0
David Pate 2-2
David Prinosil 3-0
David Wheaton 8-0
Davide Sanguinetti 3-0
Derrick Rostagno 1-2
Diego Nargiso 2-0
Diego Perez 1-0
Dinu Pescariu 1-0
Dominik Hrbaty 2-1
Donald Johnson 1-0
Doug Burke 1-0
Doug Flach 1-0
Eliot Teltscher 1-0
Emilio Sanchez 2-1
Eric Jelen 1-0
Fabrice Santoro 4-3
Felix Mantilla 3-2
Fernando Gonzalez 0-1
Fernando Meligeni 1-1
Francisco Clavet 4-0
Francisco Montana 2-0
Franco Squillari 1-0
Gabriel Markus 1-1
Galo Blanco 1-1
George Bastl 0-1
German Lopez 1-0
Gianluca Pozzi 4-0
Gilad Bloom 2-0
Gilbert Schaller 0-1
Goran Ivanisevic 12-7
Goran Prpic 1-0
Grant Connell 1-0
Grant Doyle 1-0
Grant Stafford 1-1
Greg Rusedski 9-1
Guillaume Raoux 3-1
Guillermo Canas 2-0
Guillermo Perez-Roldan 1-0
Gustavo Kuerten 2-1
Guy Forget 5-4
Harel Levy 0-1
Hendrik Dreekmann 3-0
Henri Leconte 2-2
Henrik Holm 1-0
Hicham Arazi 1-0
Horacio De La Pena 1-0
Horst Skoff 3-0
Hyung-Taik Lee 2-0
Ivan Lendl 5-3
Jacco Eltingh 2-2
Jaime Yzaga 3-3
Jakob Hlasek 6-1
James Sekulov 1-0
Jamie Morgan 2-0
Jan Apell 2-0
Jan Kroslak 3-0
Jan Siemerink 5-0
Jan Vacek 1-0
Jan-Michael Gambill 4-1
Jared Palmer 4-0
Jarkko Nieminen 2-0
Jason Stoltenberg 4-1
Javier Frana 1-0
Javier Sanchez 2-0
Jay Berger 0-2
Jean-Philippe Fleurian 1-0
Jeff Tarango 4-0
Jeremy Bates 2-1
Jerome Golmard 1-0
Jim Courier 16-4
Jim Pugh 1-0
Jimmy Connors 2-0
Jimy Szymanski 1-0
Jiri Novak 1-1
Jiri Vanek 1-0
Joey Rive 1-0
Johan Carlsson 1-0
Johan Van Herck 1-0
John Fitzgerald 1-0
John McEnroe 3-0
John van Lottum 1-0
Jonas Bjorkman 9-1
Jonas Svensson 3-1
Jonathan Stark 4-0
Jordi Arrese 1-0
Jordi Burillo 1-0
Jorge Lozano 1-0
Joshua Eagle 2-0
Juan Antonio Marin 1-0
Juan Ignacio Chela 2-0
Julien Boutter 1-0
Justin Gimelstob 4-0
Karel Novacek 1-1
Karim Alami 1-1
Karol Beck 1-0
Karol Kucera 7-1
Karsten Braasch 1-0
Kelly Evernden 1-1
Kenneth Carlsen 1-0
Kent Kinnear 1-0
Kevin Curren 1-1
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Kristian Pless 1-0
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Leif Shiras 0-1
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Lleyton Hewitt 4-5
Luiz Mattar 2-0
Magnus Gustafsson 5-0
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Mariano Zabaleta 1-0
Mark Kaplan 1-0
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Mark Koevermans 0-1
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Mark Philippoussis 7-4
Mark Woodforde 10-1
Markus Naewie 1-0
Markus Zoecke 2-0
Martin Damm 3-0
Martin Jaite 2-0
Martin Lee 1-0
Martin Rodriguez 1-0
Martin Wostenholme 1-0
Mats Wilander 2-1
Mauricio Hadad 2-0
Max Mirnyi 1-2
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Michael Chang 12-8
Michael Joyce 2-0
Michael Llodra 2-0
Michael Stich 4-5
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Oliver Gross 0-1
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Olivier Rochus 2-0
Omar Camporese 1-0
Paolo Cane 1-0
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Patrick McEnroe 3-0
Patrick Rafter 12-4
Paul Annacone 0-1
Paul Chamberlin 1-0
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Paul Haarhuis 1-3
Paul-Henri Mathieu 0-1
Peter Doohan 1-0
Peter Lundgren 1-1
Petr Korda 12-5
Phillip King 1-0
Rainer Schuettler 2-0
Ramesh Krishnan 2-0
Ramon Delgado 2-1
Renzo Furlan 2-0
Richard Fromberg 4-1
Richard Krajicek 4-6
Richey Reneberg 6-2
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Rikard Bergh 1-0
Rodolphe Gilbert 1-1
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Ronald Agenor 1-0
Sammy Giammalva Jr. 0-1
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Scott Davis 1-0
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Sebastien Lareau 3-0
Sergi Bruguera 2-3
Shuzo Matsuoka 4-1
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Slava Dosedel 3-0
Stefan Edberg 8-6
Stefan Koubek 1-0
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Stephane Simian 5-0
Steve Bryan 1-0
Taylor Dent 1-0
Thierry Champion 1-1
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Thomas Hogstedt 1-0
Thomas Johansson 2-1
Thomas Muster 9-2
Tim Henman 6-2
Tim Mayotte 4-1
Tim Wilkison 1-0
Todd Larkham 1-0
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Todd Witsken 3-0
Todd Woodbridge 7-1
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Wayne Black 2-0
Wayne Ferreira 7-6
Wolfgang Popp 1-0
Xavier Malisse 2-0
Yannick Noah 0-1
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It's actually that players should have played at least 6 times, and there should be a minimum of 5 wins difference.

Please read it clearly however Sampras does have great pigeons on that list Kafelnikov, Muster, Rafter and Schalken.

I could do the same for Borg or Lendl but I won't.
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wow, looking at that list, Agassi's 14-20 record against Sampras doesn't seem bad at all! Andre beat him almost twice as many times as the next guy (chang had 8 wins).
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Krajicek beat him more times, Ferreira was leading then I think Sampras retired so he couldn't catch him and Haas was equal in this regard.
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George, Borg leads Vilas 15-5 not 13-4

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Not a big difference anyway.
Ferreira Sampras used to be one of my favorite matchtups, I loved watching Sampras being broken twice in a set on carpet, desperately trying to save break points.
When Ferreira plays against a big server who rushes to the net, his return of serves are so brilliant he makes Agassi look like Rusedski.
(Well, that is not true nowadays, but it used to be true)

Becker is the only big server net rusher who has a great record against Ferreira.
Ferreira had lots of problems winnign his service games against Becker.
Becker is IMO an underrated baseliner.
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Actually I don't agree Becker was underrated from the baseline, it was actually his arrogance that cost him winning a claycourt title.

I mean I saw when he played Corretja in the final of Gstaad. He thought he could outrally him consistently, sure because of the altitude the balls fly and the court is quicker, but if he played the way he normally did rallied then attacked he might have won a clay title.
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wow, looking at that list, Agassi's 14-20 record against Sampras doesn't seem bad at all! Andre beat him almost twice as many times as the next guy (chang had 8 wins).
And if the US Open were played on clay, Andre would've beaten him even more!
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