Right from the beginning, female tennis players in tennis were doing quite well and had achieved great feats in the tennis world. Women have been actively engaged in the tennis game for a long time now and have held great power positions like the male players. Justine Henin-Hardenne is a famous name in the tennis world.
Justine Henin Hardenne was famous for her one-handed backhand. She rose to the top of world ranking due to her incredible toughness and execution of the powerful one-handed backhand.
Justine Henin-Hardenne was the best female player in the world in 2003. She won Roland Garros in 1997 using his powerful backhand and forehand. She started playing at the highest level and got herself recognized as a top performer in the senior circuit.
She received a wild card entry to the Belgium WTA event and won it to become the 5th person ever to grab the tournament title after getting a wild card entry.
She reached the finals in Wimbledon in 2001. She also reached the semi-finals of the French Open the same year. Two more years into her career and she had won almost everything including French Open, US Open, and six other titles. She was runner in three tournaments and reached the semi-final seven times between 2001 and 2003.
In 2004, she won the warm-up to the Australian Open. She went on to win the actual tournament as well. She had an amazing next year with a 24 match winning streak. She finally won French Open to end the year on a high note.
With her success in 2005, she became the rare female tennis professional to have won 10 singles finals in a row. She wasn’t at her best in 2006 as she lost Australian Open, US Open, and Wimbledon. However, she won the French Open and ended the year with an average success rate.