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British number one unable to repeat memorable victory

Clijsters edges Henin in battle of the Belgians

Kim Clijsters won the battle of the Belgians today when she beat Justine Henin 2-6 6-2 6-3 for a place in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.

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I don't expect to win title this year, claims Henin

Former world No 1 aims to play without pressure as she prepares for showdown with compatriot Kim Clijsters

Clijsters and Henin set for latest episode in Belgian rivalry

The careers of Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters have followed intertwining paths ever since the two Belgians first faced one another, aged nine and eight, in a junior tournament in Ostend.

Clijsters quickly finds her range from the baseline to make a happy return

Having missed the tournament through injury, Kim Clijsters watched in tears of happiness as Francesca Schiavone won her first Grand Slam in Paris last month at the age of 29. Yesterday, however, their contrasting fortunes on Court No 2 permitted little doubt as to which of the friends has the more durable game at this level.

Clijsters makes happy Wimbledon return

Kim Clijsters compared her Wimbledon comeback to a first day at school after teaching Maria Elena Camerin a lesson in the first round at SW19 today.

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Kim Clijsters: The World Cup (and Wimbledon) in mind

The Belgian talks to Paul Newman about motherhood, her return to SW19 and her father's goal against Uruguay at Italia '90

Jelena Jankovic: 'I feel light, almost like a butterfly on the court again'

The former world No 1 tells Paul Newman how losing muscle has taken her back to her best in time for the French Open

Top spot beckons for Clijsters

Comeback mum Kim Clijsters said she was capable of returning to the top of the world rankings after lifting the Sony Ericsson Open title on Saturday.

Murray to rally himself at Monte Carlo

Andy Murray will start his clay-court season earlier than planned as a wildcard at the Monte Carlo Masters. The British No 1's form has dipped since his Australian Open final defeat by Roger Federer in January and his bad run continued last week when he lost in straights sets to Mardy Fish in the Miami Masters second round.

Sport in brief: Adlington seals hat-trick with victory in 400m freestyle

Swimming: Rebecca Adlington served notice to the rest of the world she has returned to the sort of form that guided her to two Olympic titles as she rounded off her British Gas Swimming Championships with victory in the 400m freestyle to secure a hat-trick of titles.

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