Justine Henin-Hardenne started out as a technician without much power (1998-2000).
But then she began working out with Etcheberry and now she's one of the hardest hitters in the game.
Players can try and build their muscles just like Justine, but only few will have the same finesse and technique she has.
Her onehanded backhand is her most natural shot and can create the sharpest angles, but her forehand has more spin to it and hits harder.
Her forehand sometimes lands a bit short, and therefore can be attacked by the other big hitters.
Her service is a weapon, although far from consistent.
She can barely hit 50% in in a match, but this is partially because of her short stature and lack of reach, for the same reason she also hits a lot of double faults.
Justine is one of the few players who's netgame is a weapon, she knows when to come to the net, and her volleys are great, she especially comes to the net when she's playing on grass.
Her favorite surface is clay, simply because she can be patient when she has to, she gets more balls back than anyone else, and she has more variety than anyone else.
She slices and dices, uses topspin lobs or heavy backspin dropshots, and hits flat winners when she has to, that's why many people find her the most entertaining player to watch.
~|~ Justine Henin-Hardenne ~|~ ~|~ Karolina Sprem ~|~ ~|~ Ashley Harkleroad~|~ ~|~ Marissa Irvin ~|~ ~|~ Corina Morariu ~|~ ~|~ Anna Kournikova ~|~ ~|~ Clarisa Fernandez ~|~ ~|~ Flavia Pennetta ~|~ ~|~ Iroda Tulyaganova ~|~ ~|~ Lina Krasnoroutskaya ~|~ ~|~ Denisa Chladkova ~|~ ~|~ Patty Schnyder ~|~ ~|~ Aniko Kapros ~|~ ~|~ Daja Bedanova ~|~ ~|~ Maja Matevzic ~|~ ~|~ Alexandra Stevenson ~|~