Top-ranked player says she's made progress
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Justine Henin-Hardenne has recovered enough from a viral infection to play in the Athens Olympics, where the top-ranked Belgian will be a gold-medal favorite.
Henin-Hardenne had been weakened by an energy-sapping infection since April and has played in only one tournament since -- the French Open, where she was eliminated in the second round.
"Justine made good progress," her Web site said Tuesday. "The
last few days she has been able to work out as before the ...
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