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Lightbulb The Mauresmo - Henin-Hardenne controversy continues...

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Mauresmo hinted that relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be well following the Belgian's failure to complete last month's Australian Open final in Melbourne.

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Mauresmo huints niot all's well between her and Henin-Hardenne

Posted at 7:17am on 22 Feb 2006

The Australian Tennis Open champion Amelie Mauresmo has hinted relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be good after the Belgian's failure to complete the final at last month's grand slam in Melbourne.

When she was asked if she'd been disappointed at Henin-Hardenne allegedly not apologising, Mauresmo said she had her own opinions but wanted to keep them to herself and didn't want to get into a controversy.

Henin-Hardenne's decision she was too ill to keep playing when she was 6-1 2-0 down in the final attracted widespread criticism.

She and Mauresmo should meet again in the semi-finals of the Dubai WTA event on Saturday.

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/bullet...220716/efb5781
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Mauresmo seeks to avoid controversy
Time is GMT + 8 hours
Posted: 21-Feb-2006 23:57 hrs
Amelie Mauresmo smiles after winning the Proximus Diamond Games tournament on February 19. Mauresmo hinted that relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be well following the Belgian's failure to complete last month's Australian Open final in Melbourne.


Amelie Mauresmo, the Australian Open champion from France, hinted that relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be well following the Belgian's failure to complete the final at last month's Grand Slam in Melbourne.
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Asked if she had been disappointed at Henin-Hardenne allegedly not apologising, Mauresmo said: "My reactions are still the same, meaning I don't want to get into a controversy on this.
.
"I have my opinions but I want to keep it personal. If I have some things to say it's not to you guys I want to say them.
.
"You can write what you want, or say what you want, or suggest things in the paper, but I don't want to get into the controversy.
.
"Because it (winning the Australian Open) is and was my joy and I don't want anything to interrupt that."
.
Henin-Hardenne's retirement mid-way through the second set in Melbourne may be related to the viral problem which she first suffered since 2004. After an exhausting campaign while winning the 2005 French Open, she claimed she would never be the same again.
.
However, after pulling out of the WTA Tour year-end championships in Los Angeles in November and taking an extended off-season break, Henin-Hardenne came back well to reach the Australian Open final.
.
There she suffered an illness which may be a continuing legacy of the problem, for Henin-Hardenne's appearance here in the Dubai Open on Wednesday is her first competition since the setback.
.
She and Mauresmo should meet again on Saturday's semi-finals. Asked how she would feel about that, Mauresmo said: "I played Kim (Clijsters) again last week just after the Australian Open. You get to play a lot of the time the same players week after week.
.
"But it's OK with me. I just hope I can recover to play my first two matches," she added, referring to the tough schedule which saw her win her third tournament in succession in Paris on Sunday.
.
"Then we could meet in the semi-final. You guys are going to have a lot to talk about if that happens."


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hahaha well yes, but look Loïc Courteau words about the subject:

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07 février 2006

" ...Les « cas » Henin, Hingis et Santoro, le dopage…

Tous les journaux, même à l’étranger, ont été sévères à l’égard de Justine Henin par rapport à son attitude en finale à Melbourne. Qu’en pensez-vous ? Aurait-elle dû aller au bout ?
Oui, sans aucun doute. Elle aurait pu et dû finir la rencontre par respect pour Amélie, les spectateurs et téléspectateurs. J'ai été déçu par son attitude. Elle a été irrespectueuse.! ..."

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hahaha well yes, but look Loïc Courteau words about the subject:

chat with Loic from Open Gaz de France

07 février 2006

" ...Les « cas » Henin, Hingis et Santoro, le dopage…

Tous les journaux, même à l’étranger, ont été sévères à l’égard de Justine Henin par rapport à son attitude en finale à Melbourne. Qu’en pensez-vous ? Aurait-elle dû aller au bout ?
Oui, sans aucun doute. Elle aurait pu et dû finir la rencontre par respect pour Amélie, les spectateurs et téléspectateurs. J'ai été déçu par son attitude. Elle a été irrespectueuse.! ..."

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Mauresmo huints niot all's well between her and Henin-Hardenne

Posted at 7:17am on 22 Feb 2006

The Australian Tennis Open champion Amelie Mauresmo has hinted relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be good after the Belgian's failure to complete the final at last month's grand slam in Melbourne.

When she was asked if she'd been disappointed at Henin-Hardenne allegedly not apologising, Mauresmo said she had her own opinions but wanted to keep them to herself and didn't want to get into a controversy.

Henin-Hardenne's decision she was too ill to keep playing when she was 6-1 2-0 down in the final attracted widespread criticism.

She and Mauresmo should meet again in the semi-finals of the Dubai WTA event on Saturday.

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/bullet...220716/efb5781
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Mauresmo seeks to avoid controversy
Time is GMT + 8 hours
Posted: 21-Feb-2006 23:57 hrs
Amelie Mauresmo smiles after winning the Proximus Diamond Games tournament on February 19. Mauresmo hinted that relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be well following the Belgian's failure to complete last month's Australian Open final in Melbourne.


Amelie Mauresmo, the Australian Open champion from France, hinted that relations between her and Justine Henin-Hardenne might not be well following the Belgian's failure to complete the final at last month's Grand Slam in Melbourne.
.
Asked if she had been disappointed at Henin-Hardenne allegedly not apologising, Mauresmo said: "My reactions are still the same, meaning I don't want to get into a controversy on this.
.
"I have my opinions but I want to keep it personal. If I have some things to say it's not to you guys I want to say them.
.
"You can write what you want, or say what you want, or suggest things in the paper, but I don't want to get into the controversy.
.
"Because it (winning the Australian Open) is and was my joy and I don't want anything to interrupt that."
.
Henin-Hardenne's retirement mid-way through the second set in Melbourne may be related to the viral problem which she first suffered since 2004. After an exhausting campaign while winning the 2005 French Open, she claimed she would never be the same again.
.
However, after pulling out of the WTA Tour year-end championships in Los Angeles in November and taking an extended off-season break, Henin-Hardenne came back well to reach the Australian Open final.
.
There she suffered an illness which may be a continuing legacy of the problem, for Henin-Hardenne's appearance here in the Dubai Open on Wednesday is her first competition since the setback.
.
She and Mauresmo should meet again on Saturday's semi-finals. Asked how she would feel about that, Mauresmo said: "I played Kim (Clijsters) again last week just after the Australian Open. You get to play a lot of the time the same players week after week.
.
"But it's OK with me. I just hope I can recover to play my first two matches," she added, referring to the tough schedule which saw her win her third tournament in succession in Paris on Sunday.
.
"Then we could meet in the semi-final. You guys are going to have a lot to talk about if that happens."


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