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MIAMI -- Anna Kournikova and her parents have settled their dispute regarding the ownership of a $5 million waterfront home in Miami Beach, the attorney for the tennis star's parents said.

Sergei and Alla Kournikova sued their daughter in Miami-Dade Circuit Court last year, saying they wanted money for their share of the house that they alleged Anna Kournikova took over.

Anna Kournikova filed a countersuit shortly afterward, seeking to remove her parents' names from the deed. Each of the Kournikovas is still listed as an owner of the property, according to county records viewed Monday.

``Everybody is pleased with the result of the settlement,'' said David Leacock, the parents' attorney. ``The settlement itself is confidential.''

Calls placed to Anna Kournikova's attorney, Michael Chesal, were not returned.

In her lawsuit, Anna Kournikova claimed she paid the entire purchase price for the seven-bedroom, seven-bath, 6,630-square-foot home, plus spent an additional $1 million for improvements.

She has never won a pro tournament, and has not played competitive tennis for two years.
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