Who Won Wimbledon in 1997?

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The 1997 Wimbledon Tennis Championships were won by Pete Sampras. He is from the United States of America and he is the record holder in men's singles champion winnings. In the women's singles, Martina Hingis from Switzerland was the one who won the championship.
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Wimbledon Ladies 1997 was won by Martina Hingis from Switzerland while Wimbledon Men was won by Pete Sampras from the US. The main difference between the women's and men's championships at Wimbledon is that the ladies tournament is played over three sets contrasted to the men who play over five sets.
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Men: Pete Sampres (USA) Women: Martina Hingis (SWI)
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In 1997, the mens' Wimbledon champion was Pete Sampras (US) The womens' championship
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Men's- Pete Sampras seeded 1st defeated C.A. Pioline (unseeded)(FRA) 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 Women's- Martina Hingis seeded 1st (SUI) defeated J. Novotna seeded 3rd (TCH)2-6, 6-3, 6-3
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