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 (săm′prəs), Peter Known as "Pete." Born 1971.
American tennis player who in 1990 became the youngest ever US Open men's champion. He was the number-one ranked male player at year's end for all the years from 1993 to 1998.

Sampras

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(Biography) Pete. born 1971, US tennis player: winner of fourteen Grand Slam single titles (1990–2002), including the US Open (1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002) and Wimbledon (1993–95, 1997–2000)
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Roger Federer says that surpassing the record seven modern day men's Wimbledon singles titles won by his hero Pete Sampras is beyond his wildest dreams.
1 Which was the only Grand Slam singles Which was the only Grand Slam singles title Pete Sampras did not win?
2002: Wild card Swiss player George Bastl, ranked 145 in the world, beats seven-time Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras in five sets 6-3, 6-2, 4-6, 3-6, 6-4.
Federer said that he wants to equal the record of seven Wimbledon title wins by legendary Pete Sampras.
INTERNATIONAL Tennis Federation president Francesco Ricci Bitti has vowed to replace the Davis Cup trophies taken from Pete Sampras.
PETE SAMPRAS tonight hailed Roger Federer as the greatest player ever after the Swiss star won a record 15th grand slam title.
2 Federer made a confident start to his grasscourt season with a straight-sets win over Yen-Hsun Lu yesterday, but he has yet to convince Murray that he is a better player than Pete Sampras.
1971 Pete Sampras, the American tennis player with a record 14 Grand Slam titles, was born.
Open champion Pete Sampras withdrew from this year's tournament.
PETE Sampras won his fifth US Open title and 14th Grand Slam with a 6-3 6-4 5-7 6-4 victory over long-time rival Andre Agassi.
FORMER world No1 Pete Sampras is back where he says he belongs - in the final of the US Open for the eighth time and the third consecutive year.
SPORTING are taking few chances about Pete Sampras easily beating Sjeng Schalken in New York tonight, and Cantor, who rate the outsider highest of the four firms, may have left themselves open to supremacy buyers of the favourite.