Justine Henin, who has won all of her matches at the Hopman Cup, including a Friday victory over Ana Ivanovic, says that winning an eighth Grand Slam title would be her greatest feat. After injuring her elbow at 2010 Wimbledon, the Belgian was unable to compete the rest of the year.
"With everything I know now that I didn't know two years ago, and after fighting against this injury, it would be a bigger achievement than what I did in the past," said Henin, who reached the Australian Open final last year before losing to Serena Williams. "That's going to be my motivation and my challenge now and my fuel. After everything I passed through and my break of two years, I came back, my injury, I changed a lot of things in my team, also, physical coach, physio, everything...Physically, I've been working pretty good in the last few months, so that gives confidence, and I'm sure it's going to be more mental than anything else.
"The motivation, the way I want it, is going to be the key. When you had a break you come back with a lot of questions and a lot of doubts and I'm quite an anxious person, also. My nature is not to be really confident and I'll never change that.