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4. Kim Clijsters

DOB: 08.06.1983
Nationality: Belgian
World Ranking: 4
Australian Open record: 
2002 :: semi-final
2001 :: fourth round
2000 :: first round
1999 :: n/a
1998 :: n/a

Clijsters can be considered somewhat unfortunate that her emergence has coincided with that of the all-conquering Williams sisters.

Without them, she may well have had a Grand Slam title to her name by now.

The 2001 French Open finalist consolidated her top-10 status in 2002 and finished strongly by winning the WTA Championships in Los Angeles.

In Australia, the Belgian teenager has already reached the semi-finals and her ability to mix power with delightful touch make her game ideal for the Rebound Ace surface of Melbourne Park.

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