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Only a true hater would post something like this, maybe if you did your research you would have read where Henin said she was hoping to be able to win Wimbledon next year or the year after. She hopes to win it this year but she knows she's still fine tuning her game.


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Re: Do you think Henin wil retire after Wimbledon if she doesn't win either Wimbly or

Maybe if Serena wins the French Open against Henin and then Venus wins Wimbledon against Henin...

...if both wins are convincing, I could see another retirement...

...but only if Williams Sisters win the French and Wimbledon...

...which while possible isn't likely.

Or Safina or another younger player starts "stalking her" and knocking her out of several events in a humiliating way.
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Re: Do you think Henin wil retire after Wimbledon if she doesn't win either Wimbly or

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Only a true hater would post something like this, maybe if you did your research you would have read where Henin said she was hoping to be able to win Wimbledon next year or the year after. She hopes to win it this year but she knows she's still fine tuning her game.
Hater ? Why ? Henin is a multiple GS winner. And if it doesn't go her way for the first 3 slams, one is allowed to wonder about her future.
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There is a possibility. Lets just watch and see.

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Hater ? Why ? Henin is a multiple GS winner. And if it doesn't go her way for the first 3 slams, one is allowed to wonder about her future.
Why would you even post this, because your answer is right in her interviews? She doesn't expect to win Wimbledon this year, she has spoken about winning it in 2011&12. Thus, it explains that she plans on staying and playing until then.


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