Pretty much expected, planning her schedule around the slams and the mandatory events. I do think she'll play one of the USO lead up events though and maybe even Eastbourne if she loses early at RG. I'm suprised Stanford isn't in the list - she owned that tournament
"Kim and her team have been working on her 2010 schedule. Next year Kim will be taking part in about 16 tournaments, the main focus lies with the Grand Slam ones: Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open
2) Australian Open
3) Indian Wells
6) Roland Garros
7) Eastbourne or Rosmalen
11) US Open
She won't play Luxembourg next year, because that's the week before the Masters... On her site it says that she might play an extra clay court tournament, but I doubt she will do that. So 13 tournaments seems about right. She also plays Fed Cup and the Antwerp exhibition in December.