Fatigue from virus still dogging former No. 1
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Olympic champion Justine Henin-Hardenne ended her season Monday, saying she was exhausted after two years of a relentless effort to become the WTA Tour's top-ranked player.
She said an energy-sapping virus that weakened her since April was a symptom of a more general malaise caused by her pursuit of titles and the No. 1 ranking.
"The last two years, I made a lot of effort to get where I am
now, to become the No. 1, to win Grand Slams and the Olympics,"
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