Kuerten ousted on Long Island
Commack, NY (Sports Network) - Second-seeded Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten lost a straight-set match Friday to No. 7 Younes El Aynaoui in the quarterfinals of $380,000 TD Waterhouse Cup -- a final hardcourt U.S. Open tune-up.
Gonzalez wins in native land
Vina del Mar, Chile (Sports Network) - Fernando Gonzalez earned a straight-set win over three-time French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten to capture the Bellsouth Open in his native Chile.
Kuerten reaches quarters; Coria withdraws in Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand (Sports Network) - Third-seeded and defending champion Gustavo Kuerten moved into the quarterfinals, but top-seeded Argentine Guillermo Coria pulled out of his scheduled second-round match Wednesday at the $404,000 Heineken Open.
Oncins quits as Brazilian captain
Sao Paulo, Brazil (Sports Network) - One day after three-time French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten quit the Brazilian Davis Cup team, Jaime Oncins stepped down Wednesday as the squad's captain.
TENNISREPORTERS: Agassi, Kuerten predictions
TennisReporters.Net takes a look at the first-round matches for Andre Agassi and Gustavo Kuerten .
Kuerten ousts Sargsian in St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg, Russia (Sports Network) - Former world No. 1 Gustavo Kuerten beat Armenian Sargis Sargsian in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, Sunday to win the title at the $1 million St. Petersburg Open.
Schuettler, Kuerten to meet in Brasil Open semis
Costa do Sauipe, Brazil (Sports Network) - Top-seeded German Rainer Schuettler continued his fine 2003 campaign on Friday by reaching the semifinals at the $380,000 Brasil Open. Schuettler will meet defending champion Gustavo Kuerten on Saturday.
French Open Men's Finals Results
0, 4-6, 6-3. 2001 - Gustavo Kuerten def. Alex Corretja, 6-7 ..... 5, 6-2, 6-0. 2000 - Gustavo Kuerten def. Magnus Norman, 6-2 ..... 3, 7-5, 6-3. 1997 - Gustavo Kuerten def. Sergi Bruguera, 6
French Open Men's Champions
Gaston Gaudio 2003 - Juan Carlos Ferrero 2002 - Albert Costa 2001 - Gustavo Kuerten 2000 - Gustavo Kuerten 1999 - Andre Agassi 1998 - Carlos Moya 1997 - Gustavo Kuerten 1996 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1995 - Thomas Muster 1994 - Sergi Bruguera
Haas beats Isner at French Open
defeating Kim Warwick in Rome in 1976. In the 2000 French Open final, Magnus Norman saved 10 match points before losing to Gustavo Kuerten on the 11th. Neither Haas nor the 19th-seeded Isner realized just how many there were Saturday. ''I lost track totally