Serena Williams defeats Justine Henin, wins Sony Ericsson Open

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Justine Henin didn’t manage to add the Miami title to her collection, while Serena Williams accompanies Steffi Graf as the only two female tennis players who won both the Australian Open and Miami in...

Henin won’t compete in Charleston

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After losing to Serena Williams in Miami final, Henin announced that she won't play in Charleston (which starts on April 9). She wants to go home and rest in order to prepare ...

Fed Cup without Henin, Mauresmo and Sharapova

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I have already mentioned that Justine Henin won't play until April 30 (Warsaw - J&S Cup) due to her breathing problems. Amelie Mauresmo is still recovering from her appendectomy. And, Maria Sharapova, who was...

Only Russia has top 10 players in first round of Fed Cup

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Only three women from the top ten will take part in the first round of the Fed Cup -- Svetlana Kuznetsova, Nadia Petrova and Anna Chakvetadze; they are all representatives of Russia. Why won't the...

Henin training to enter clay court season

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Justine Henin has started training on clay court this week, and will continue to practice during the next two weeks. Before Roland Garros, we will see her in the J&S Cup, starting April 30 in...

J&S Cup; Henin top-seeded

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J&S Cup, which takes place in Warsaw from April 30, has Justine Henin of Belgium as its top seed. As the first four seeds have a bye in the first round, Justine Henin plays her...

Jankovic misses her chance to beat Henin

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In Berlin quarterfinal Jelena Jankovic continued her tradition of winning the opening set against Justine Henin, and eventually coming out as a loser. So far, they have played five times, and four times Jelena...

Williams, Kuznetsova Henin’s biggest challengers in Paris

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The players that pose the biggest threat to the 2003, 2005, and 2006 French Open winner, Justine Henin, are Serena Williams and Svetlana Kuznetsova. The American, who won Roland Garros in 2002, hasn't played much,...

Justine ready for Roland Garros

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The top-ranked player in the world announced on her website that she is physically fit and ready for Roland Garros which starts on Sunday. She has no more injuries. Respiratory problems she had...

Henin, Williams, Safina move to round two of RG

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On the rainy first day of the French Open, four players advanced to the second round: the defending champion and three-time Roland Garros winner Justine Henin, the 2002 French Open winner Serena Williams, Dinara...