Jankovic is more tired player this week than Justine and that is only reason why she have so much problems with players like Medina or Peng. She played week after week whole year and also she still playing in doubles in Berlin.
Before Warsaw JJ finaly have one week of rest and against JuJu she proove that nobody at clay is not dangeruos for Henin in this moment like Jelena. But tommorow Jankovic will be much tired than in Warsaw SF.
Camerin is playing well of lately, so Justine better not be looking ahead to her match with Jelena, Camerin will make her work for the win to some extent . I don't see it going 3 sets but there can be a 7-5 set in there. If Henin advances to play Jankovic, I think this match is a toss up regardless. And zero effect on Henin playing 2 matches in one day, but Jankovic will feel that she can make Henin fatigue. Henin won't be playing two matches tomorrow , what if it rains? :rain:
Mauresmo has to play two matches tomorrow as well potentially , she will be looking to end her match quick with vakulenko and take on Safina. And if Amelie ends her match fast she will have some extra confidence going into the match with Dinara and with the engine warm already can beat up on Dinara in set 1.:devil:
well it really depends on a lot of factors. Justine is playing Camerin so likelyhood of her being pushed too much is not high. Which means that match could serve as a good warm up for Henin. In any case Justine is amongst the fittest players on tour so i don't think it will be a big factor.
Jankovic just needs to play very well and take her chances (which she hasn't in the past against Justine. Obviously Justine is easily the best clay courter going around but she's not unbeatable - as evidence by Petrova and Patty last year