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French Open women’s draw thoughts

The women’s draw seems to be equally well-distributed as the men’s draw, though it has to be kept in mind that the red clay of Roland Garros is undoubtedly the most unexpected of surfaces. Depending on the weather and how the clay is playing a matchup can swing minute-to-minute, and advantages for certain players can evaporate more quickly than moisture from the ground. Coupled with...
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May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Justine Henin Welcomes Baby Girl

Congratulations are in order for Justine Henin and partner Bernoit Bertuzzo who have welcomed their first child.  Henin announced the news via Facebook and Twitter.  "We were anticipating this so much, and now it has happened, this afternoon a little fairy arrived to illuminate our lives... She is called Lalie, she is in top form and we are really delighted! Justine and Benoit,"...
Via Onthegotennis
March 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Justine Henin Addresses Hand Incident with Serena Williams

Justine Henin has long been a rival of the Williams sisters, most notably Serena. Much of the friction between the two dates back to the 2003 French Open when Henin and Serena played in the semis. During the third set, Henin raised her hand to indicate she wasn’t ready to receive a serve from Serena. [...]
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Henin talks about hand incident

After her 3rd round loss to Sveltana Kuznetsova at the Australian Open, Justine Henin retired from tennis due to a lingering elbow injury. In her most recent interview, Henin openly discussed various controversies during the course of her career causing a bit of a stir among tennis fans.
Via Onthegotennis
February 24, 2011  |  Discuss

Justine Henin Deals a Blow to Women's Tennis And Retires.......Again

I'm sad to say that Justine Henin has retired from tennis again.  It was so exciting to have her back to add a little depth and consistency to the Women's tennis, but she is unable to recover from her elbow injury she received at last year's Wimbledon.  On her facebook page she states: Dear all, I address my letter to you because this is currently the best way to express meself...
Via Onthegotennis
January 26, 2011  |  Discuss

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