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Henin recovered from a 3–5 deficit in the second set and a 2–5 deficit in the final set and was just two points from defeat eleven times. At her next event, the indoor Sparkassen Cup in Leipzig, she lost to Myskina in the final. Two weeks later at the indoor Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Filderstadt, Henin lost in the final to Clijsters. Henin, however, held this ranking for only one week as she declined to defend her title at the Generali Ladies Linz tournament.She was treated for muscle cramps and dehydration overnight but returned to play in the final the next day. Had she won this match, she would have immediately replaced Clijsters as the world No. At the Tier I Zurich Open the following week, Henin reached her sixth consecutive final where she defeated Serbia's Jelena Dokić. At the WTA Tour Championships in Los Angeles, Henin defeated Myskina and Capriati but lost to Japan's Ai Sugiyama in her round robin matches.

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In the semifinals, she lost to Amélie Mauresmo 6–7(2), 6–3, 3–6. Henin started 2004 by winning a warm-up tournament in Sydney and then the Australian Open in Melbourne, defeating Clijsters in three sets in the final.

Henin was named the ITF's women's singles World Champion for 2003. By the end of 2004's spring hard court season, Henin had built a 25-match Tier I win streak and 22–1 win-loss record, winning her first 16 matches.

By the end of the year, Henin was ranked 7th in singles, with three titles to her name. In the fourth round of the Australian Open in Melbourne, she defeated Lindsay Davenport 7–5, 5–7, 9–7.

Also that year, she reached the French Open women's doubles semifinals with Elena Tatarkova and helped Belgium win the 2001 Fed Cup. In a match lasting more than three hours, Henin overcame a 4–1 final set deficit, high temperatures, and muscle cramps to defeat Davenport for the first time in her career.

In the final, she saved three match points in the third set before defeating Clijsters.

At the French Open, she was the fourth seeded player and defeated the defending champion, Serena Williams, in a controversial semifinal 6–2, 4–6, 7–5 which saw Henin failing to acknowledge her raised hand during Williams service motion.She also won her hometown event, the Liege Challenger, in July 2000.Henin established herself as a major competitor in 2001, consequently reaching the women's singles semifinals of the French Open and then upset the reigning Australian Open and French Open champion Jennifer Capriati in the semifinals of Wimbledon, losing to defending champion Venus Williams in three sets in the final. Henin started the year as the 5th ranked player in the world but lost to Kim Clijsters in the semifinals of the Medibank International in Sydney.Henin then helped Belgium defeat Austria 5–0 in a first round tie of the Fed Cup.In May, Henin successfully defended her title at the Qatar Telecom German Open in Berlin.In 2002, she reached four WTA finals, winning two of them, and finished the year ranked world No. Her German Open victory, her first win at a Tier I tournament, was noteworthy as she beat Jennifer Capriati in a semifinal and Serena Williams in the final, the then No. She then lost to Venus Williams in the semifinals in straight sets.

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