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September 12, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Justine Henin of Belgium, who won seven Grand Slam singles titles, had some news to pass along to her faithful fans via Facebook. No ... not another comeback.  Of course, at age 30, nothing is impossible, to borrow that old marketing slogan from a shoe company. It turns out Henin is pregnant and the baby is expected in March. Henin retired, for the second time, in early 2011. And there has been no buzz about Comeback No. 2 as she has been doing a bit of work in television, of late.
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September 12, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Justine Henin of Belgium, who won seven Grand Slam singles titles, had some news to pass along to her faithful fans via Facebook. No ... not another comeback.  Of course, at age 30, nothing is impossible, to borrow that old marketing slogan from a shoe company. It turns out Henin is pregnant and the baby is expected in March. Henin retired, for the second time, in early 2011. And there has been no buzz about Comeback No. 2 as she has been doing a bit of work in television, of late.
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SPORTS
June 3, 2003
'This is more important than the juniors final.' Juan Carlos Ferrero, last year's French Open runner-up, who meets Fernando Gonzalez in the quarterfinals, a rematch of the 1998 boys' final at Roland Garros, which Gonzalez won
SPORTS
March 15, 2010
BNP PARIBAS FEATURED MATCHES FOR MONDAY PAPER Stadium 1 (beginning at noon), Novak Djokovic vs. Philipp Kohlschreiber; Mario Ancic vs. Rafael Nadal; Sara Errani vs. Jelena Jankovic. Stadium 1 (beginning 7:30 p.m.) Alisa Kleybanova vs. Kim Clijsters; John Isner vs. Sam Querrey. Stadium 2 (beginning 11 a.m.) Juan Monaco vs. Juan Carlos Ferrero; Vera Zvonareva vs. Anastasija Sevastova; Thomaz Bellucci vs. Guillermo Garcia-Lopez; Tomas Berdych vs. Fernando Verdasco; Victoria Azarenka vs. Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez.
SPORTS
March 15, 2010
BNP PARIBAS FEATURED MATCHES FOR MONDAY PAPER Stadium 1 (beginning at noon), Novak Djokovic vs. Philipp Kohlschreiber; Mario Ancic vs. Rafael Nadal; Sara Errani vs. Jelena Jankovic. Stadium 1 (beginning 7:30 p.m.) Alisa Kleybanova vs. Kim Clijsters; John Isner vs. Sam Querrey. Stadium 2 (beginning 11 a.m.) Juan Monaco vs. Juan Carlos Ferrero; Vera Zvonareva vs. Anastasija Sevastova; Thomaz Bellucci vs. Guillermo Garcia-Lopez; Tomas Berdych vs. Fernando Verdasco; Victoria Azarenka vs. Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez.
SPORTS
May 24, 2004 | Lisa Dillman
French Open men's defending champion Juan Carlos Ferrero isn't certain whether he will play here. The Spaniard, still suffering from sore ribs after a tumble, said he will determine today after practice whether he will be ready for his opener against Tommy Haas of Germany and assessed his chances of playing as less than 50-50. "Yeah, nothing is going right," Ferrero said. "Last year, I play unbelievable tennis the whole year. This year is pretty different....
SPORTS
April 16, 2001 | Lisa Dillman
MEN No. Player Comment 1. Andre Agassi: Skipping (No) Masters Series at Monte Carlo. 2. Lleyton Hewitt: And him too. 3. Patrick Rafter: Make that three. 4. Gustavo Kuerten: Davis Cup festival ruined by loss to Hewitt. 5. Pete Sampras: The list is growing: Four Masters not in Monte Carlo. 6. Juan Carlos Ferrero: Chavalito (little kid) growing up fast on clay. 7. Jan-Michael Gambill: Dismantling wasn't pretty against Agassi. 8. Yevgeny Kafelnikov: One man wasn't enough against the Swedes. 9.
SPORTS
September 13, 2003
So CBS butchered the coverage of the U.S. Open again. What else is new? CBS shot the entire tournament from the high camera. If not shot from the low camera (as the USA Network does at least part of the time), tennis on television is terminally boring (and I play and love the game). CBS cut away from an emotional Andy Roddick crying and hugging his family and friends to show a 10-second shot of loser Juan Carlos Ferrero just sitting there, staring off into space. CBS picked banal Dick Enberg to do the final interviews when it has John McEnroe and Mary Carillo, people who actually know something about the sport and can ask intelligent, informed questions.
SPORTS
June 29, 2003
Wimbledon Glance A look at what happened Saturday, the sixth day at Wimbledon. There are no matches today; all fourth-round matches are scheduled to be played Monday: Seeded winners -- Men: No. 2 Andre Agassi, No. 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero, No. 6 David Nalbandian, No. 10 Tim Henman, No. 13 Sebastien Grosjean. Women: No. 1 Serena Williams, No. 3 Justine Henin-Hardenne, No. 8 Jennifer Capriati, No. 10 Anastasia Myskina, No. 15 Elena Dementieva. Seeded losers -- Men: No. 11 Jiri Novak, to Alexander Popp; Women: No. 11 Jelena Dokic, to Maria Sharapova.
SPORTS
June 3, 2003 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
PARIS -- Guillermo Coria, 21, had just won the longest match of this French Open -- five sets that took 4 hours 41 minutes over two days. He had just beaten his Argentine Davis Cup teammate, Mariano Zabaleta, 6-4, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-7 (4), 6-3. Coria and Zabaleta had played 377 points, had squabbled with each other, punched fists toward each other, sweated, grunted, run for miles it seemed. At the end, after what he called the best and biggest win of his career, Coria had this to look forward to -- a French Open quarterfinal against a man he has revered.
SPORTS
May 24, 2004 | Lisa Dillman
French Open men's defending champion Juan Carlos Ferrero isn't certain whether he will play here. The Spaniard, still suffering from sore ribs after a tumble, said he will determine today after practice whether he will be ready for his opener against Tommy Haas of Germany and assessed his chances of playing as less than 50-50. "Yeah, nothing is going right," Ferrero said. "Last year, I play unbelievable tennis the whole year. This year is pretty different....
NEWS
November 9, 2003 | From Associated Press
Andy Roddick is rather busy these days. There's the "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig. The "Got Milk?" ad. The upcoming reality television show. Oh, yes, and then there's the little matter of trying to finish 2003 at No. 1 in the ATP Tour rankings. To do that, Roddick must fare better than French Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero and Wimbledon champion Roger Federer at the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, which starts Monday. "Even though I've accomplished a lot of my goals this year, I'm still in the hunt for No. 1," Roddick says.
SPORTS
September 13, 2003
So CBS butchered the coverage of the U.S. Open again. What else is new? CBS shot the entire tournament from the high camera. If not shot from the low camera (as the USA Network does at least part of the time), tennis on television is terminally boring (and I play and love the game). CBS cut away from an emotional Andy Roddick crying and hugging his family and friends to show a 10-second shot of loser Juan Carlos Ferrero just sitting there, staring off into space. CBS picked banal Dick Enberg to do the final interviews when it has John McEnroe and Mary Carillo, people who actually know something about the sport and can ask intelligent, informed questions.
SPORTS
June 29, 2003
Wimbledon Glance A look at what happened Saturday, the sixth day at Wimbledon. There are no matches today; all fourth-round matches are scheduled to be played Monday: Seeded winners -- Men: No. 2 Andre Agassi, No. 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero, No. 6 David Nalbandian, No. 10 Tim Henman, No. 13 Sebastien Grosjean. Women: No. 1 Serena Williams, No. 3 Justine Henin-Hardenne, No. 8 Jennifer Capriati, No. 10 Anastasia Myskina, No. 15 Elena Dementieva. Seeded losers -- Men: No. 11 Jiri Novak, to Alexander Popp; Women: No. 11 Jelena Dokic, to Maria Sharapova.
SPORTS
June 3, 2003
'This is more important than the juniors final.' Juan Carlos Ferrero, last year's French Open runner-up, who meets Fernando Gonzalez in the quarterfinals, a rematch of the 1998 boys' final at Roland Garros, which Gonzalez won
SPORTS
June 3, 2003 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
PARIS -- Guillermo Coria, 21, had just won the longest match of this French Open -- five sets that took 4 hours 41 minutes over two days. He had just beaten his Argentine Davis Cup teammate, Mariano Zabaleta, 6-4, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-7 (4), 6-3. Coria and Zabaleta had played 377 points, had squabbled with each other, punched fists toward each other, sweated, grunted, run for miles it seemed. At the end, after what he called the best and biggest win of his career, Coria had this to look forward to -- a French Open quarterfinal against a man he has revered.
NEWS
November 9, 2003 | From Associated Press
Andy Roddick is rather busy these days. There's the "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig. The "Got Milk?" ad. The upcoming reality television show. Oh, yes, and then there's the little matter of trying to finish 2003 at No. 1 in the ATP Tour rankings. To do that, Roddick must fare better than French Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero and Wimbledon champion Roger Federer at the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, which starts Monday. "Even though I've accomplished a lot of my goals this year, I'm still in the hunt for No. 1," Roddick says.
SPORTS
April 23, 2001 | LISA DILLMAN
MEN 1. Andre Agassi: Steffi becomes Stefanie. Andre turns into Andrew? 2. Lleyton Hewitt: Mysterious allergy toughest opponent in 2001. 3. Gustavo Kuerten: Coria went South in Monte Carlo, not Guga. 4. Patrick Rafter: Standing Pat after Davis Cup thriller in Brazil. 5. Pete Sampras: Pete turns into Peter? Nah. 6. Juan Carlos Ferrero: King one week (Estoril), pauper the next (Monte Carlo). 7. Jan-Michael Gambill: Well-deserved break after Florida campaign. 8.
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