Net Worth: $18 Million
- Source of Wealth Tennis, Sports
- Birth Place Liège, Belgium
- Height 5' 5 1/2" (1.67 m)
- Marital Status Divorced (Pierre-Yves Hardenne)
- Full Name Justine Henin
- Nationality Belgium
- Date of Birth June 1, 1982
- Ethnicity Belgian
- Weight 130 lbs (57 kg)
- Occupation Professional Tennis Player
- Children 1 (Lalie)
About Justine Henin
A former World No. 1, Justine Henin is a retired Belgian professional tennis player with an estimated net worth of $18 million in 2012.
Henin is known for her powerful single-handed backhand which often leaves her opponent in surprise. She is also noted for her mental toughness and excellent combination of her footwork and footspeed. Considered as the best female tennis player of her generation, Justine Henin has the best single-handed backhand whether in a male or female game.
This Olympic gold medalist has already won 43 WTA singles titles. She has also participated in and won seven Grand Slam singles titles which include Australian Open title, 2 US Open titles and 4 French Open titles.
On January 2011, Justine Henin was forced to retire from WTA due to an elbow injury. On the same year, she was named by Time as one of “30 Legends of Women’s Tennis: Past, Present and Future”.
Justine Henin was married to Pierre-Yves Hardenne. The couple divorced in 2007 and since March 2011, she has been in a relationship with a Belgian cameraman, Benoît Bertuzzo. On March 20, 2013, Henin gave birth to their first child together named Lalie.