Originally Posted by persond
Sorry, Knizzle. I have no idea. But, please let me know should you find it; should be an interesting read...!!!
Here it is, this is only part of it because it's a long article:
At the start of the first Centre Court semifinal, it looked like a big upset might be brewing.
Henin, eight inches shorter than her 6-foot-1 opponent, broke serve in the opening game when Venus sent a forehand half-volley wide and dumped a backhand into the net.
The Belgian went up 2-0 by holding serve in an 11-minute epic of a game ["By then I was nice and warmed up," Venus said]. There were six deuces and two saved break points, one with a drop shot and the other with a volley on a sequence that ended with both players at the net.
At that juncture, it was as though Venus said to herself, "OK, enough kidding around."
Starting at deuce in the next game, she smacked a forehand winner down the line and delivered a service winner at 115 mph to open a run of 12 straight points to go ahead 3-2.
That began a streak in which Venus won 10 of 11 games. Most impressively, she repeatedly melted Henin's trademark backhand - the best in the women's game -- into another average stroke.
Venus had 10 winners from the baseline and an unusually high-for-her 11 at the net. She's won 20 straight matches at Wimbledon and one more would make her the first woman with three consecutive titles since Steffi Graf in 1991-93.
"She was too strong, too good," said Henin, who lost the 2001 final in three sets. "She didn't make a lot of mistakes. She didn't let me play. She was so aggressive, so powerful. 'What could I do?"