After the closure of LEP, the quest for the enigmatic Higgs particle is on for the high energy hadron colliders. The increased luminosity of the Tevatron offers it a chance for a light Higgs discovery. Intriguinly, the Tevatron could accumulate a sufficiently large data set around the same time the LHC is supposed to start-up. The Higgs discovery potential and precision of Higgs property measurements will be discussed in detail for both colliders.
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