When she is beaten by Serena on Thursday then she will realize thatfleemke² said:nope there's nothing in about it
I don't see Justine saying that btw
This is well an interesting part
Q. Are you going to draw from your experience in Charleston in order to prepare for that match, or are you going to turn the page?
JUSTINE HENIN-HARDENNE: As I said several times, against players I have played recently, I think we have to see things differently, according to the tournament where we are.
Thursday will be another day. I know what all the strengths and weaknesses of Serena are. I'm not going to talk about them now, but I'm quite aware of them. Serena will tell you she played very badly in Charleston; this is what she thinks. I have nothing else to add.
I played a very good match, nothing extraordinary either, but it was a good match. We'll see what happens on the court. I'll try to play the best that I can, and we'll see how it turns out.
I agree, actually. And the German Open final...at 5-5 in the tiebreak, Justine ad to hit the best winner of her life to win, which goes to show how hard it is for the best clay-courter to beat the best overall player and vice versa.Cybelle Darkholme said:Imo the match where they both played their heart out was in the german open last year where it went to a third set tie break. anyone could have won that match and it happened to be justine. the rome final justine wasnt at her best and in charleston serena wasnt at her best. It just goes to show that on clay when they are both playing well anyone of them can be the winner.
i'm sorry but the match of thursday has nothing to do with who is right and who is wrong...harloo said:Thursday we will see who is correct. Justine is always talking shit, but she is right about something else Thursday will be when all the back and forth talking will end.