So much fail in such a short post.
-despite not winning a major title that year, 2005 was overall Maria's 2nd best and most consistent year of tennis ever after only 2006, and everyone who has followed tennis for the last decade knows this. Name me any other years she played better overall. She was in contention to win every major event apart from maybe the French, just like 2006, the only two years this was ever true. She lost to the eventual winner of everone of the 5 major events. Do you seriously think Maria is a better player now than 2005, ROTFL! Like the 2005 version of Maria who reached #1 for awhile with the likes of Davenport, Clijsters, Serena, Venus, and Henin on tour and going strong would have ever been losing a slam final to Azarenka 6-3, 6-0 or a tier 1 final to Radwanska by a similar beatdown score. Maria's prime until she displays a higher level of tennis on surfaces other than clay will remain 2004-2006, along with a blip of the 2007 WTA Championships/2008 Australian Open. So the 18 year old crap is nonsense.
-While 2005 was actually Maria's 2nd best year of tennis ever it was only Henin's 5th best after 2003, 2004, 2006, and 2007. Henin still won their only 2 ever clay meetings while both were top players easily, their other match that year was an even easier win for Henin. No version of Maria would stand a chance against prime Henin on CLAY, dont kid yourelf. On other surfaces there are evenly matched when both are playing well, and their matches prove this, but on clay it is David and Goliath.
-Like any match against Henin in 2010 is of any meaning.
Seriously. Even if you want to say both were out of their primes, a match with both players in their primes (which definitely was the case in 2005, despite that it was by far Henin's worst year of her 2003-2007 prime period) is a far better indicator, and there were two of them.