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Sports Review of the Year 2000
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Tennis Football Cricket
 
The first tennis Grand Slam event of the year is the Australian Open and it proves to be an all-American affair as Lindsay Davenport and Andre Agassi sweep to victory with wins over Martina Hingis and Yevgeny Kafelnikov in Melbourne
 
 
David Beckham sees red again as Manchester United suffer a disappointing campaign in the World Club Championship. Beckham is sent off in a draw with Necaxa and defeat against Vasco da Gama brings an end to United's hopes
 
 
Smiles all round for Alec Stewart and Nasser Hussain as England pull of a highly unlikely victory in the fifth Test against South Africa. Both sides forfeit an innings on the final day and England emerge as winners by two wickets
 
Darts Rugby Boxing
 
Phil Taylor maintains his stranglehold on the world of darts as he claims his eighth PDC world darts title. A 7-3 win over old rival Dennis Priestley confirms Taylor as the man they are all struggling to match for consistency
 
 
Australia once again underline their supremacy in the world of rugby league as Melbourne Storm beat St Helens in the World Club Challenge. Sean Long would be on the receiving end of another Aussie defeat later in the year
 
 
Mike Tyson flies into Britain amid a storm of controversy in his latest comeback bout. Tyson is allowed into the country despite a flurry of protests that last far longer than his second round victory over Julius Francis in Manchester
 
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