"It's one of the biggest (disappointments) because I don't know what is harder; to lose even when you're playing well and just you lose, or just when you have to retire like that," a distraught Henin-Hardenne said after the match." "I think it's very disappointing because I was playing so well, and I had a lot of good chances to win here. When you lose that like this, it's pretty hard." I definitely symphasize with Justine. After two great efforts, in the quarters vs Davenport, and in the semis vs Sharapova, she is taken down by her illness and unable to really try for her 5th slam title. I am sure she had such high hopes of winning her 5th slam, and ensuring her 4th straight year of winning atleast 1 slam. Her words seem to express her dissapointment. I feel for her. Nothing should be taken from Mauresmo who played beautifully all event and deserved her first slam win. Both women deserve the benefit of doubt, Mauresmo for winning, and it should be considered a whole win, but also Justine that she was really too sick to push on.