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Kuznetsova in final to become first player to win without dropping a set since S nchez-Vicario in 1994) and first WTA Championships title (went 2-1 in RR, falling to Mauresmo; d. to Sharapova in final); won four more titles at Sydney (d. Kuznetsova in final; saved mp down 5-4 third set of QF win over Schnyder), Warsaw (d. Ivanovic in SF then Sharapova in final); 10 titles was first double digit season tally since Hingis' 12 in 1997; 5-0 record at WTA Championships improved her win streak to 25 matches, a personal best and the longest on WTA since V. Williams 06 75 63 in final; held 2mp at 60 54), Berlin (l.
Sharapova in SF then Mauresmo in final); on November 13 year-end rankings rose from No.3 to No.1, her first time on top since 2004 US Open fortnight; runner-up at Australian Open (ret. Mauresmo in final w/GI illness trailing 61 20, only second time in Open Era a player has ret. Schiavone 46 75 75 in final; trailed 4-1 second set and 5-3 third set), Dubai (d. Myskina in final), New Haven (won when Davenport ret. both Williams sisters in same Grand Slam and go on to win title, and just second after Hingis to d. Williams' 35 in 2000; four losses in phenomenal 63-4 record (a .940 winning percentage - highest since Graf's .977 season in 1989) came at Paris [Indoors] (in first event of year after missing Australian swing w/personal reasons; l. to Kuznetsova 64 57 64 in SF; had completed QF win earlier in day) and Wimbledon (l.
"It is wrong to say I became the mother of the family, because I didn't cook or do anything like that," she explained in an interview with Richard Evans of the Sunday Times.
"But I was mature very early and they all used to come to me with their problems." Adding to the stress in Henin–Hardenne's life was the fact that her father was her coach, but at age 14 she began working with an Argentine, Carlos Rodriguez, who was affiliated with Belgium's tennis federation.
Most admires Steffi Graf for elegance on court and all she accomplished ... Hobbies include cinema and music.- Created her own charity, Justine's Winners' Circle, in December 2003, to provide joy and hope to children with cancer; original French name is "Les Vingt Coeurs de Justine", which translates into "the 20 hearts of Justine"; "vingt coeurs" in French sounds like "vainqueurs", which means "winners"; the charity gives financial assistance to families, grants child cancer patients their wishes and organizes meetings with Justine herself.- Awards received for tennis achievements include WTA Comeback Player Of The Year (2010); 2008 Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year (just third female tennis player to win the award, after Capriati and S.
Williams in 20); 2007 WTA Player of the Year (presented in Miami in March 2008); Great Cross of the Order of the Crown (given to her and Clijsters on February 16, 2004, by Belgian King Albert II, with Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt in attendance, at the Royal Palace in Brussels); 2003 Player of the Year from the International Tennis Writers Association (alongside Federer); 2003 Sanex Hero of the Year (internet vote of over 30,000 fans worldwide); alongside Clijsters, 2002 Troph‚e National du Merite Sportif from Belgian government (just second time since 1933, when award began, that tennis has been honoured ?
Pennetta, who had never been ranked higher than No.10 in the world beforehand, broke back into the Top 10 at No.8 after winning her fairytale first Grand Slam title at the US Open this year, and subsequently announced she'd be retiring at the end of the season.
Top 40 pro Van Roost).- Tour mentor was Virginia Ruzici in Partners for Success program, the mentor division of the Tour's Professional Development Program. to Clijsters); won lone two WTA doubles titles to date at Gold Coast (w/Shaughnessy) and Z�rich (w/Bovina).2003 - First No.1 season; SF or better in 18 of 19 events played (exception was QF at Miami); won first two Grand Slam titles at Roland Garros (d. Williams 62 46 75 in SF, having trailed 4-2 third set; d. Capriati 46 75 76(4) in SF, having trailed 5-3 second set and 5-2 third set; 19 hours later, d. Dokic in final); runner-up three times, at 's-Hertogenbosch (ret. Clijsters in final w/left wrist and finger sprain), Leipzig (l. to Clijsters in final); reached SF at WTA Championships (l. 4 after Australian Open, to No.3 after Roland Garros, to No.2 after US Open and finally No.1 after winning Z�rich (October 20).2004 - Another Top 10 season; started year with three WTA titles at Sydney (d. to Kuznetsova); won fourth title of year at Indian Wells (d.Flavia Pennetta, who played the last tournament of her career - the WTA Finals - as the World No.7, isn't the first player to go out at the top of her game.Here are the 15 players who retired while in the Top 10, including six players who retired while in the Top 5 - and someone who retired at No.1: Margaret Court (AUS)Last but not least, talk about going out on a high.She won three trophies that year, and even advanced to the French Open semi–finals and the finals at Wimbledon as the season progressed, but learned of her grandfather's death just after losing that last match to Venus Williams, the reigning champion of women's tennis.Both Williams and her sister, Serena, would prove two of the most formidable competitors for Henin–Hardenne.
Kuznetsova in 4r in 2004); only fourth woman to have unbeaten run on clay that ended in Roland Garros title, after Evert (1974-75), Graf (1987), Seles (1990); after withdrawing from Eastbourne w/right hamstring strain, fell 1r at Wimbledon (to Daniilidou); after withdrawing from San Diego w/right hamstring injury, made summer hardcourt debut at Toronto (l. in 4r to Pierce; after withdrawing from Luxembourg w/right hamstring strain, played only match of fall at Filderstadt (l.