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Born in 1982 in the French–speaking city of Liège, she grew up as one of four children of Jose, a postal worker, and Françoise, who encouraged her interest in tennis at a young age.
Henin–Hardenne won a ten–and–under contest and a prize trip to Roland Garros Stadium, the legendary site of the French Open.
Ivanovic in final; second player to claim three straight titles there in Open Era (Seles, 1990-1992) and US Open (d. to Safina); withdrew from Rome w/fatigue then announced retirement from WTA on May 14 (first player ever to retire at No.1).2009 - Did not play; in September, announced full comeback to WTA, to start at beginning of 2010.2010 - Stellar comeback season later marred by injury (finished No.12); went 32-8 in first half of season, best results being finals in first two events at Brisbane (l. to Clijsters 76 third set); reached 4r twice, at Roland Garros (l. to Clijsters); reached 2r once, at Indian Wells (l. to Rezai); having begun season unranked (unranked WC in first three events at Brisbane, Australian Open and Indian Wells), emerged from last event of season at No.13 on July 5 (after Wimbledon); withdrew from all post-Wimbledon events w/right elbow injury (Cincinnati, US Open, Beijing) and finished at No.12 on November 8 year-end rankings; also withdrew from Sydney w/left gluteal strain.2011 - Reached 3r at Australian Open (l.
to Clijsters 63 46 76(6); held 2mp at 5-4 third set) and Australian Open (l. Williams) and winning 42nd and 43rd WTA titles at Stuttgart (d. to Kuznetsova); announced retirement from WTA on January 26.
Her prowess in the sport continued to impress those who saw her, but Henin–Hardenne's budding career nearly ended with the death of her mother from cancer when she was 12.
Suddenly, she was forced into a caretaker role in her family.
The year 2001 proved a trying one for Henin–Hardenne, who attempted an unsuccessful reconciliation with her family when her infant nephew died.DOUBLESWinner (2): 2002 - Gold Coast (w/Shaughnessy), Z�rich (w/Bovina); 2000 - ITF/Cergy Pontoise-FRA (w/Razzano); 1998 - ITF/Ramat Hasharon-ISR (w/Clijsters). ADDITIONALBelgian Fed Cup Team 1999-03, 2006, 2010; Belgian Olympic Team 2004.1996 - Played first event of career on ITF Circuit in Spain.1997 - Won two singles titles on ITF Circuit.1998 - Won three singles titles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.1999 - Turned pro on January 1; won title in first WTA event played at Antwerp (as No.178 WC, d. to Garbin; earliest exit for No.1 seed there since seedings introduced in 1925); withdrew from 's-Hertogenbosch and Wimbledon for recovery; still suffering from cytomegalovirus, withdrew from San Diego and Montr‚al; played for first time since May at Olympics (d.Pitkowski in final); QF twice; reached 2r twice (incl. US Open); won one singles title on ITF Circuit.2000 - QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open - made Top 50 debut afterwards) and 2r eight times (incl. Clijsters in final); reached first Grand Slam SF at Roland Garros (l. Mauresmo in final for gold medal); fell 4r at US Open (l.last time was 1957; and first time given to women tennis players); 1997 Trophy 40-15 as Belgium's most popular tennis personality; also nominated for 2004 Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year and 2004 ESPY Awards for Best Female Athlete and Best Female Tennis Player.- Awards received for charitable work include 2005 Family Circle/State Farm "Player Who Makes A Difference" award for her efforts in making a difference in lives of those less fortunate; 2003 Commitment to Community Award from The Florida Times-Union/Waters Edge Magazine at Amelia Island (in recognition of her contributions to Make-A-Wish Foundation).- Magazine appearances incl.appearing on July 5, 2004 Forbes Magazine Celebrity 100 list at No.81 (S. Williams at No.77, Kournikova at No.82 and Clijsters at No.84) and featuring on cover of Belgian magazine La Libre Match in 2002.- To celebrate Tour's 30th Anniversary, attended ceremony at 2003 Tour Championships that honored 13 world No.1 champions (past and present), and founding members of the Tour.- Explained to crowd following first Grand Slam at 2003 Roland Garros: "I dedicate this to my mother (deceased, 1995) because when I came here with her 11 years ago I said, 'One day I'll be on that court and maybe I'll win.' And today I did."; following win, met with Belgian royal family (including King Albert II, Queen Paola and Crown Prince Philippe) and later appeared before a cheering crowd on balcony of Brussels' 15th-century city hall, the first sports figure to receive such fanfare since the Belgian soccer team (which included Clijsters' father, Leo) returned from the 1986 World Cup semifinals; following 2001 Roland Garros SF appearance, was invited to Belgium's Royal Palace.- Junior highlights incl.
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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.