Everyone has the right to think that but it's my health," Henin-Hardenne said. "I have to think about myself right now. It's me that was feeling bad." Henin-Hardenne, who won the French Open last year after coming back from a knee injury, said she had been on anti-inflammatories for two weeks and realised before the final that her performance would be affected. "I knew at the beginning of the match I couldn't win it. I just really tried to stay in the match but there was no chance for me," Henin-Hardenne added. "If I would have kept playing, maybe I would have injured something else, so that was the best decision even if it was very, very hard for me." "My stomach was so painful, I just couldn't put anything on the ball. There was no reason I could keep playing." Actually, I thought Mauresmo was really playing well. And I think JHH knew she was getting her ass kicked and that by quitting, she'd have the excuse to fall back on. Notice no mention of how well Mauresmo played? If she didn't think she had ANY chance to win, then DON'T play period. If you do play, then finish the freaking match. She has demonstrated before the classless act that she is. This just cements it. Funny how she had strength to sustain a 33 rally exchange. Her comments make it clear there is no room for Mauresmo to have any credit for how well she played. It's all about Justine. I hope she is forced into an apology for her actions and comments by the WTA. That would be a start in her path to maturity.