Foxsports also went with the same story, with a tad more detail:
Wrist injury could end Clijsters' career
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - Kim Clijsters' latest wrist injury, suffered at the Gaz de France Stars during the weekend, could mean the end of her career, the doctor of her home tournament said Monday.
Many Belgian newspapers were also pessimistic after the injury in Saturday's semifinal, which ended her comeback tournament after a five-month layoff and any hopes of playing again this year.
"This injury can mean the end of her career," said tournament doctor Bruno Willems in Monday's edition of De Morgen.
"Let's be straight: this is a drama for Kim. I hope she comes back, but I'm pessimistic."
After withdrawing with the left wrist injury 2-2 in the second set, having lost the first against Elena Bovina, 21-year-old Clijsters immediately canceled the four tournaments she was to play in.
"I hope I don't have to be operated on again," she said Sunday.
Even though she is a right hander, she needs her left wrist for her double-handed backhand.
Newspapers cast further gloom.
"It was a tragedy," said former Belgian star Filip Dewulf in Het Laatste Nieuws.
"We wait in fear," said De Morgen. "Together with (Justine) Henin-Hardenne she has given Belgium so much tennis pleasure, and it would be especially sad that the likable top star cannot continue because of injury."
Clijsters' Web site was more optimistic, saying the problem might well be fixed with a brace and anti-inflammatory medicine. She is set to undergo more tests this week.
Clijsters made her return to the tour in her home tournament last week after being sidelined for five months by problems with the same wrist. She had already dropped to No. 7 in the world and will slide out of the top ten by the end of the year. She hopes to return to the tour early next year in the warm-up tournaments for the Australian Open.