Justine Henin

Summary

Career Wins (doubles)
47
Career Wins (singles)
496
Highest Singles Ranking
2003-10-20 (1)
Number Of Tennis Titles
43
Tennis Titles
2007 U.S. Open (Women's singles, 2007)
2005 French Open (Women's singles, 2005)
2003 French Open (Women's singles, 2003)
Height
1.67 m (1.83 yd)
Date of birth
1982-06-01
Place of birth
Country of nationality
 

Olympic athlete

Country
Events Competed In
 

Tennis player extra

Singles grand slams
7
 

Award Winner

Awards Won
WTA Most Improved Player (2001)
WTA Player of the Year (2003)
ITF World Champion (2003)
 

Athlete

Sports played
 

Tennis Player

Year Turned Pro
1999-01-01
Tennis Grip
One-handed backhand
Handed
Right-handed
Matches Lost
2001 Wimbledon Championships (6–2, 3–6, 6–0, Venus Williams, Women's singles, 2001)
2010 Australian Open (6–4, 3–6, 6–2, Serena Williams, Women's singles, 2010)
2006 Wimbledon Championships (2–6, 6–3, 6–4, Amélie Mauresmo, Women's singles, 2006)
Career Losses (doubles)
35
Career Losses (singles)
107
Highest Doubles Ranking
2002-01-14 (23)
Career Prize Money
19,461,375 (US$)
 

Person

Siblings
Parents
Françoise Rosière
José Henin
Children
Lalie Hardenne
Weight
57 kg (126 lb)
Profession
Places lived
Gender
Spouse (or domestic partner)
Pierre-Yves Hardenne (2007-01-23, 2002-11-16, Marriage)
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