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On 16 November 2002, Henin married Pierre-Yves Hardenne in the Château de Lavaux-Sainte-Anne, and adopted the name Justine Henin-Hardenne. On 4 January 2007, Henin withdrew from forthcoming tournaments including the Australian Open due to personal issues.Who is Justine Henin?
In 2016, she became the first Belgian tennis player inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Justine Henin, occasionally spelled Hénin, was born in Liège. Her father is José Henin, and mother, Françoise Rosière — a French and history teacher who died when Justine was 12 years old.What was Henin Henin's tennis ranking in 2001?
By the end of the year, Henin was ranked 7th in singles, with three titles to her name. Also that year, she reached the French Open women's doubles semifinals with Elena Tatarkova and helped Belgium to win the 2001 Fed Cup . Moreover, Henin played for the German tennis club Weiß-Blau Schweinfurt in 2001.What tournaments has Henin won on the WTA Tour?
In August, Henin won the Tier I Rogers Cup in Toronto, defeating Janković in the final. The tournament championship was her 35th on the WTA tour, moving her past Clijsters who retired with 34 tournament championships.