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March 5, 2004 | Lisa Dillman
Amelie Mauresmo, who suffered a serious lower back injury during the Australian Open in January, has not recovered fully and is expected to pull out of the Pacific Life Open at Indian Wells, which starts next week. The announcement may be made as early as today. Mauresmo, 24, of France, would have been seeded third at Indian Wells, behind top-ranked Justine Henin-Hardenne and defending champion Kim Clijsters, both of Belgium.
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May 24, 2004
How No. 1-seeded players have fared at the French Open the last 10 years. Switzerland's Roger Federer and Belgium's Justine Henin-Hardenne are this year's No. 1-seeded players.
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November 9, 2002
T.J. Simers' Nov. 7 article on the WTA Championships left me with a bitter taste in my mouth. The headline, along with the picture of Justine Henin, gave such a negative first impression that I (an avid tennis player) almost didn't read it. The headline blasted the entire event; in essence saying that it wasn't worth anyone's time. If I were associated with the WTA, I would demand a retraction. Maybe Mr. Simers shouldn't have talked to any tennis players, or bothered to show up, out of respect to the players, the tournament and the readers of the L.A. Times.
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