Two Grand Slam finals in one
With the way the Australian Open between Justine Henin-Hardenne and Amelie Mauresmo ended, Saturday's Wimbledon final between the Belgian and Frenchwoman will be like two Grand Slams in one, Pam Shriver writes.
WIMBLEDON, England -- For women's tennis, this Wimbledon final between No. 1 seed Amelie Mauresmo and No. 3 seed Justine Henin-Hardenne is going to seem like unfinished business.
They met at the Australian Open final in January, only to see Henin-Hardenne retire in the second set because of a reaction to anti-inflammatories. Almost every tennis fan felt cheated by Henin-Hardenne's actions.
So Saturday's final will almost be like two Grand Slam finals in one.
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Dates: June 26-July 9
Defending champions: Venus Williams, Roger Federer
Time difference: Great Britain is 5 hours ahead of ET
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• Garber: Federer maintains supremecy
• Sheppard: Nadal No. 2, and closing, on grass
• Notebook: Gilbert deal to coach Murray not official ... yet
• Jensen: Federer learned from French Open
• Day 12: Mauresmo wins women's title
• Garber:Mauresmo keeps nerves in check
• Sheppard: Bryans complete career Grand Slam
• Shriver, Fernandez: Mauresmo held up when it mattered
• Men's final preview: Nadal won't be an easy out
• Day 10: Women's semis | Nadal reaches semifinals
• Garber: Mauresmo breaks through
• Garber: Nadal's transition to grass
• Shriver: Two Grand Slam finals in one
• Navratilova loses final Wimbledon match
• Paul Goldstein blog
• Day 9: Men's quarterfinals
• Garber: Baghdatis awaits Nadal-Nieminen winner
• Garber: Navratilova wants one more title
• Sheppard: Bjorkman wins five-set marathon
• Notebook: Women's semifinal previews
• Nestor-Knowles win longest Grand Slam doubles match in history
• Day 8: Women's quarterfinals
• Garber: Belgians meet for third time in '06
• Garber: Mauresmo at home in Wimbledon
• Hawkins: Sharapova not fazed by streaker, Dementieva
• Notebook: Quarterfinal previews