Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Justine Henin does care after all

Henin and ClijstersQualifier Sophie Ferguson lost to Maria Kirilenko in Seoul, Moore lost in Saint Malo, Hercog beat Domachowska, Ljubicic beat de Chaunac in Metz, Tipsarevic beat Clement, Gasquet’s finally back and Santoro’s now officially on his farewell tour.

Another Belgian misses the limelight. It seems the refined one took a glance at her resume and noticed a glaring omission called Wimbledon that she intends to rectify. The contest is on to see whether Henin can match Clijsters in winning a Major at her first attempt back – the Aus Open. Anyone contacted Capriati, Myskina and Pierce to ask if they’ll be back in 2010 too? Why not?

Almagro beat Bolelli in Bucharest and Montanes beat Starace.

Olaru was actually a seed in Tashkent but rectified that quickly by falling to Bychkova, Shvedova won and 15-year-old wild card Nigina Abduraimova announced her arrival. Zahlavova was dominated by Panova.

The majestic Magdalena Rybarikova beat Brianti in Seoul, Radwanska the Lesser lost to Dushevina, Latisha Chan won, Groenefeld tossed out Cirstea and Haynes lost to Pavlyuchenkova.

Perennial underperformer Alexandra Stevenson actually won a match at the Saguenay 50k was she inspired by Justine Henin's comeback, as some wags on WTA World suggest?

In Darwin, interest dimmed when Rogowska pulled out and replacement top seed Golds got dumped by some unknown Indonesian. However comeback girl Molik remains along with Holland, Hubacek, Jones and Wejnert. Holland, Hubacek and Jones all advanced yesterday. Rumours of Brie Whitehouse playing are unfortunately false.

Wozniacki not interested in nude pics - “No way. I'm not interested in that. They won't convince me to take naked pictures. Money? There is no money in the world that would get me to have a naked session. Let they have Kournikova posing for them.”

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