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WIMBLEDON, England _ They won't have to pack bags, get on planes or check into new hotels. Yet for those reaching the round of 16 at Wimbledon, a new tournament begins today.
A majority of the favorites are still alive for the sport's most prestigious crown as Wimbledon's second week kicks off.
Eight of the top 10 seeded men remain, including the first six. On the women's side, 10 of the top 15 seeds made it through, including four of the top five.
All are scheduled to compete Monday for spots in the quarterfinals.
``Wimbledon is a different tournament the second week,'' said the second-seeded Andre Agassi, who will face No. 19 Nicolas Kiefer. ``The grass is playing a lot differently. Certainly the level of competition is …