I still had to tell y'all this little cool thing:
Source: latest weekend's edition of Flemish newspaper De Morgen (May 3, 2003)
The paper had an interesting interview with Dr. Bert De Cuyper, a Belgian top sport psychologist, working for the University of Leuven, Belgium, and also for several Flemish top sport schools (Flemish volleyball, Flemish table tennis, Belgian duatlon and triatlon), he also coaches several top sportmen & women (just to tell you he isn't exactly a nobody
but a well-known psychologist).
He published a book about communication skills in the world of sport some time ago and he has written a new book now. It's about emotions and top sport.
I found this quote re Kim:
(translated by Ingrid)
De Morgen: "Kim Clijsters seems to be an excellent emotion manager too."
dr. De Cuyper: "Her former coach Carl Maes told me that it is incredible how she can control pressure. Maybe Clijsters herself isn't even such a natural talent as an emotion manager: I think she simply doesn't feel much fear and anger. It wouldn't be a problem if Clijsters has to quit tennis next week for one reason or another. Somebody else would go through a depression.
While Justine Henin... it looks like she has always to prove herself. 'Joy' and 'having a good time' don't seem to be in her dictionary."