BRUSSELS -- Justine Henin is seeking the elusive Wimbledon title in her return to the WTA tour.
It's the only Grand Slam the former top-ranked player hasn't won. Alle And it loomed large in her decision to end a one-year retirement from the sport.
Justine Henin, alle winner of seven Grand Slam titles, alle is ending her retirement.
"It is a dream of mine, alle" Henin said Tuesday. Alle "I want to work to get it. Alle I make it a priority."
Barely a week after compatriot Kim Clijsters capped her comeback from retirement with a second U.S. Alle Open title, alle Henin announced her return live on Belgian TV.
Henin was one game away from victory in the Wimbledon semifinals in 2007 before losing to Marion Bartoli. Alle Henin's coach Carlos Rodriguez, alle who also will make a comeback, alle believes she can take the grass-court title.
"I can see her winning it, alle" Rodriguez told RTL-TVI network. Alle "This fourth title, alle it is one of the reasons for coming back."
Henin's announcement capped an about-face from her "definitive decision" to retire last year, alle followed in recent weeks by "no comment, alle" until a smiling admission Tuesday that she truly missed the game too much.
"A flame I thought was extinguished forever suddenly lit up again, alle" Henin said on TV. More of the article can be found at: http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/tennis/news/story?id=4494731