Henin, to me, is somewhat shady as a sportswoman. I dunno, I mean I had already forgiven her with the "hand" thing at the French Open. And I overlooked the accusations of her taking injury timeouts during matches. But she was today defending her coach coaching her in the middle of her match against Kusnetsova. I mean, she admitted during her interview that her coach was yelling out for her to go to net more and be aggressive (which is obvious coaching during a match) yet she was upset that she got a warning for it. What's the deal with that? An offense was made, you got a warning, what is there to be upset about? Here's her quote; "It's the first time for me and the first for my coach," Henin-Harnenne said. "I think everyone is doing it. Its doesn't have an effect on the game and I was a little upset (by the warning)." I dunno, I just find her complaining about this to be kind of annoying. On a second note, do you guys think her pulling out of the NASDAQ tournament had atleast a little bit to do with Serena coming back at that tournament? I know her reasoning is that she wants to concentrate on clay. But I think she doesn't want to risk a possibility that she could lose to Serena (which could be a good possibility) cause if she does, it would bring her confidence down. Considering I would give Serena the edge on hardcourts when against Henin, I think Henin might have had that in the back of her mind. Plus I think Henin would have a way bigger chance of initially beating Serena on clay. If that's the case, that's kind of screwed up. But, that's just me giving an idea. What do you guys think?