Stats deprived of five games of the 1st set, 30 out of 35 games included (85%); numbers of aces, double faults & break points valid for the entire match.
Total points [ 42-40, 29-26, 42-37 ]
The third round match on court No. 1, much more interesting in retrospect because played between two future champions of the event (Agassi ’92 & Krajicek ’96). At the time it was quite improbable that either of them would win the tournament because Agassi came to Wimbledon for the first time within a few years, and barely survived the opening round while Krajicek  was one of young Dutch guys coached by Stanley Franker, whose potential perhaps looked less impressive than in cases of one year older compatriots (Siemerink, Eltingh). Krajicek seemed to be a one-dimensional boy, mostly depending on his serve, but the serve was already a huge weapon – Agassi broke him only once, at 3:2 in the 2nd set, and it happened after Krajicek had created a triple break point in the game preceding. Agassi was two points away from losing the 1st set at 5-all in the tie-break, and three points at 5:6 (40/30) in the 3rd set… the American won those tie-breaks 7/5 and 7/2.