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All signs point to an Henin-Hardenne win

Updated: January 30, 2004, 5:37 PM ET
By Pam Shriver | Special to ESPN.com

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Probably the biggest mystery of the women's semifinals was whether Kim Clijsters' left foot would allow her to play. The matchups overwhelmingly favored the Belgians, if they were healthy and playing their normal high-caliber game.

After Clijsters discovered that her foot injury is a nuisance but wouldn't keep her from competing, it was important for her to get through her semifinal in straight sets. She managed that by winning the second set tiebreak for the 6-2, ...

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