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They just showed a live shot of her practicing, and they said she is ready to go for the final.
 

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Thanks! I was waiting for that news!!
 

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katrientje said:
Thanks! I was waiting for that news!!
Me too. I heard it a few minutes ago on VRT-news. The result is not the most important thing for her. It's already so great to see her coming on court again. Less than 24 hours after defeating Jen in a heroic and painful fight.
 

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jbone - Well, the way some people around here are talking, you'd think Justine was lying in ICU somewhere :rolleyes:
 

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LOL jenglisbe!

Thanks for the news! Good luck Justine!!!!
 

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whiteplains said:
Justine is on the practice court...she looks fine...
Thank you!!
good to have our spy there at the open!
 

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i dunno why ANYONE would worry about justine not playing. as if she would just hand this title to kim. ha
 

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That's great to hear, BBC Teletext have confirmed this tooo. Good luck Justine!
 

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I think it was all a clever diversion to avoid having to go to the press interview after her match. Good one, Justine.
 

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All this media attention for nothing.....yeeeez :rolleyes:

Many players did have difficult matches.......and believe me.....their were other players who did have hard matches or played 3-4 matches in 24 hours!
 

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I heard on the news that she was on a drip after the semi... I kind of figured that was blown out of proportion a bit, as she wasn't exactly collapsing in a heap when she left the stadium. Anyway, I hope she's fit and ready to blast the Kimster off the court in 15 mins!
 

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Look at the men! Nalbandian played 4 sets against Federer on Thursday, then 4 sets against Younes yesterday, and then 5 sets against Roddick today :eek: The fact that he was able to move - let alone run down enough balls to win 3 games in the 5th set - is amazing!

And let's not forget Sugiyama winning 2 singles matches and 2 doubles matches in less than 15 hours!!
 
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