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  1. At her best when it mattered most

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Justine Henin-Hardenne is the best clay-court player in the world and proved it by winning her second straight French Open title. Mary Joe Fernandez explains that when it mattered most, Henin-Hardenne was at her best.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2006
  2. Teenager Vaidisova is growing up fast

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    While she did not expect Nicole Vaidisova to advance this far at the French Open, Mary Joe Fernandez has been impressed with just how much the 17-year-old has matured since last year.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2006
  3. Wide open field at this year's French

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Amelie Mauresmo won her first Grand Slam at the Australian Open, but will that be enough to take the pressure off to win in her home country at the French Open? Mary Joe Fernandez examines the field.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2006
  4. Defending points could decide No. 1

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Amelie Mauresmo currently holds the world No. 1 ranking. However, as Mary Joe Fernandez writes, the race for the top spot is wide open.

    Story | Conversation | March 23, 2006
  5. Henin-Hardenne in final on defense, mental toughness

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Mary Joe Fernandez writes how illness and injuries have not slowed down the career of Justine Henin-Hardenne.

    Story | Conversation | January 25, 2006
  6. Women's field wide open in Australia

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Lindsay Davenport and Kim Clijsters are the top seeds at the Australian Open, but Mary Joe Fernandez writes there are several other players who will contend.

    Story | Conversation | January 10, 2006
  7. Davenport will have better luck against Molik

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Lindsay Davenport should do a better job of handling Alicia Molik's weapons than Venus Williams.

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2005
  8. Venus will regret missed chances

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    When Venus Williams looks back she'll likely remember her own errors the most.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2004
  9. Venus should meet Petrova

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Venus Williams is taking her game up a notch and should reach the semifinals.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2004
  10. Serena, Venus still lacking confidence

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Serena Williams will need to elevate her game to defeat Russia's Maria Sharapova.

    Story | Conversation | March 29, 2004
  11. Four in a row is tough to do

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Mary Joe Fernandez checks in from Melbourne, Australia, to discuss what's up Down Under.

    PackageStory | January 25, 2003
  12. The difference between the sisters

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Mary Joe Fernandez checks in from Melbourne, Australia, to discuss what's up with the Williams sisters.

    PackageStory | January 24, 2003
  13. Serena-Capriati a powerful matchup

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    Venus has it easy while Serena faces the defending champ Jennifer Capriati.

    PackageStory | June 04, 2002
  14. Capriati, Venus to get first tests

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    In Charleston, Jennifer Capriati lost to Patty Schnyder, who will be her fourth-round opponent.

    PackageStory | June 01, 2002
  15. Capriati's draw is similar to the French

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    In the top half of the draw expect Jennifer Capriati or Serena Williams to get through. In the bottom half of the draw, Lindsay Davenport and Venus Williams.

    PackageStory | June 22, 2001
  16. Hingis will defeat inexperienced, yet tough Capriati

    Mary Joe Fernandez

    It's a great story for Jennifer Capriati to be in her first Grand Slam final after being on the tour for 11 years. She's playing her best tennis ever.

    Story | Conversation | January 25, 2001