The top-ranked player in the world announced on her website that she is physically fit and ready for Roland Garros which starts on Sunday. She has no more injuries. Respiratory problems she had in Miami are now over. "In Berlin you seen that in spite of the scheduled matches, despite the fact that I played more than seven hours and four matches in two days I still held my fitness level," Justine said.
While the Belgian was elaborate when talking about her physical health, she hasn't commented much on the other contenders in Paris. She said that she has great respect for all the WTA players – all the way from the first round opponents. Still, she pointed out the two players that have been very successful lately — world No. 4 Jelena Jankovic, who won the tournament in Rome on Sunday, and world No. 3 Svetlana Kuznetsova, who was a runner-up four times this year. However, Henin added that other players can be a challenge as well. (source: Justine Henin's site)