Thursday, August 10, 2000

Today's tennis schedule




        • Where: ATP Tennis Center, Mason

        • Today: Sessions begin at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

        • Tickets: $24. Call 651-0303 or TicketMaster 562-4949

        • TV: 1-3 p.m., ESPN (live); 8-10 p.m., ESPN (live)

       

        DAY SESSION

        • Center Court

        Thomas Enqvist (7) vs. Harel Levy

        Todd Martin vs. Jonas Bjorkman (not before 1 p.m.)

        Arnaud Clement vs. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (5)

        Marat Safin (8) vs. Sebastien Grosjean/Fabrice Santoro winner

        • Grandstand

        Sebastien Grosjean vs. Fabrice Santoro

        Mark Philippoussis (16) vs. Fernando Vicente

        Gustavo Kuerten (4) vs. Stefan Koubek

        Max Mirnyi vs. Thomas Enqvist (7)/Harel Levy winner

        • Court 3

        Lareau-Nestor vs. Corretja-Costa

        Woodbridge-Woodforde vs. Koenig-Macpherson

        Eagle-Florent vs. Federer-Kratzmann

        Johansson-Norman vs. Lareau-Nestor/Corretja-Costa winner.

        • Court 4:

        Black-Ullyett vs. Damm-Hrbaty

        Godwin-Hill vs. O'Brien-Palmer

        Carbonell-Garcia vs. Novak-Rikl.

        • Court and time TBA (not before 3 p.m.)

        Ferreira-Kafelnikov vs. Hewitt-Stolle

        Kuerten-Woodruff vs. Ferreira-Leach

        Bjorkman-Mirnyi vs. Godwin-Hill/O'Brien-Palmer winner

        Tarango-Tramacchi vs. Woodbridge-Woodforde/ Koenig-Macpherson winner

        NIGHT SESSION

        • Center Court (starting at 8 p.m.)

        Pete Sampras (2) vs. Tim Henman (15).

        • Grandstand

        Franco Squillari (13) vs. Slava Dosedel

        Safin-Voltchkov vs. Barnard-Haggard.

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