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Hewitt

Lleyton . born 1981, Australian tennis player; US Open champion 2001, Wimbledon singles champion 2002
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Bolelli, whose second serve was a gift to Hewitt's forceful ground strokes, was broken again in the third game of the second set as a superb whipped forehand winner was greeted with pumping fists from the 27-year-old Australian.
Judge Hewitt, 56, was called to the Bar in 1973 and became a recorder, or part-time judge, in 1996.
In terms of current form, Gonzalez probably has a slight edge over the Australian, but you have to go back to 2000 to find the last time Hewitt lost in straights sets in Melbourne, so even if the more explosive Chilean can find a way to beat his rival, it's unlikely to be by a wide margin.
Hewitt, the new SEC chief accountant, is a former California Superintendent of Banking, Commissioner of the California Department of Financial Institutions and partner with Ernst & Young.
Roger Hewitt, White Backlash and the Politics of Multiculturalism.
LLEYTON HEWITT fired a Wimbledon warning to Roger Federer by claiming his first ATP Tour title in 17 months with victory over James Blake at the Stella Artois Championships.
Lleyton Hewitt fired a Wimbledon warning to Roger Fed-erer by clinching his first ATP Tour title in 17 months with victory over James Blake at the Stella Artois Championships.
Teresa Milburn, 32, of Bede Avenue, in Durham's Sherburn Road Estate, was due to appear before Con sett Magistrates this morning accused of murdering Philip Hewitt.
Against the odds, the 18-year-old beat experienced Australian star Lleyton Hewitt 2-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3).
Recording that Dawn Hewitt had taken her own life, city coroner Aidan Cotter said there was no evidence at all to suggest Dean Hewitt had been involved in his wife's death.
Hewitt Anderson's Great Big Life by Jerdine Nolen, illustrated by Kadir Nelson, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, January 2005 $16.95, ISBN 0-689-86866-9 Ages 5-10