Ivan Lendl, dethroned by Stefan Edberg as No. 1 player in the world, proved to be the king of exhibitions Sunday by taking his second big-money event in as many nights.

Lendl won the inaugural Milan shootout, featuring tiebreaks instead of standard sets, by defeating Jonas Svensson of Sweden 7-5, 5-7, 7-4 on Sunday night. Lendl, who beat Edberg in the final of the "Big Four" money tournament in Rome on Saturday night, earned $200,000 for 38 minutes and 50 seconds of actual playing time.Nationally . . .