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    Deja vu, for the third time this year, in the women's final of a grand slam. The Williams' sisters are just crushing their opponents. They are just too strong, and muscular, what about them joining the mens side?

    The men's side is the old classic between Samprass, who I am surprised to see in the final, and Agassi, who played an excellent match agains Hewitt, who is so quick and agile.

    Although Samprass made it to the final, he has lost his touch, and should retire soon.
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    Although Samprass made it to the final, he has lost his touch, and should retire soon.
    That's what they all said about Barry Bonds...
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