Justine Henin Palmares Grand Slams

In the first decade of the 2000s was a Justine Henin to the absolute world ladies tennis. She won 43 WTA tournaments, including seven Grand Slams, twice Champion and the 2004 Olympic Games. Henin was 117 weeks as no. 1 in the WTA rankings.

Justine Henin
In 1999 made her debut in the WTA in Justine circuit tournament in Antwerp. She became the fifth player to debutante managed to immediately win a tournament book. In 2001, she broke through with three WTA tournament victories and finals at Wimbledon in three sets where they had thumbs down for Venus Williams. In 2003, Justine number one of the ladies tennis: she won Roland Garros and the U.S. Open and held from October, also the highest position in the world ranking. For five years, Henin remained absolute world. In particular, in 2007, they had a good year: she won 10 tournaments, including Roland Garros, US Open and the Masters. In May 2008, surprising Henin’s retirement. Two years later, in January 2010, she made a comeback. This was initially successful, they immediately reached the final in Brisbane and the Australian Open. As brilliant as his first profession, however, it was not. An elbow injury forced Henin in spring 2011 to hang the rack finally on willow trees.
Many winners
Justine Henin is widely regarded as one of the best grusspelare ever. This status, they mainly due to four titles at Roland Garros. In total they won 43, including 13 on clay, hard courts at 25, four on grass and one on the carpet. Henin won 10 toptornooien: seven Grand Slams, twice a Masters and Olympsche games in 2004. At Grand Slam tournaments, she reached a whopping 17 times at least phase of semifinals and 12 times in the finals, as they so seven times to drug the longest straw. In addition to four times won the Roland Garros Juju twice US Open and the Australian Open for the first time. Only Wimbledon, despite two finalists, she was not credited to her palmares.