"I've always enjoyed playing there. That's obviously a Grand Slam I want to do well. I want to do well in all of them, of course.
"Wimbledon is the one where I'm close to because I have the connection with my dad there because he enjoyed it there. I always want to do well there, as well.
"The French Open feels like playing in Belgium because we have so many Belgian people supporting us. We have the history of a lot of past Belgians who have won there.
"They all have a different impact on the way you feel and a positive impact and I think that's something I want to use when I go back there next year."
Clijsters returned to tennis last year after a spell in retirement and claimed victory at her first Grand Slam event in New York.
In her time away from the game she got married and had her first child, and the Belgian admits that family obligations and fitness will dictate how long she continues to play.
"I've said I would like to keep it going until the Olympics (in London 2012), but then again, you never know what can happen with injuries," she said.
"My main goal is to try and just stay injury-free. If I can do that and if I can practice hard and work hard, the Grand Slams will always be my focus. Now that I'm playing well, obviously I'm not going to just give it up. I just want to keep it up.
"As long as it's worth balancing and if I'm able to balance it with the family... Jada (her daughter) is not obligated to go to school yet, so obviously it becomes a totally different story once it becomes mandatory."
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