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LYNDHURST, N.J., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Citizen Watch Company has signed Kim Clijsters, the reigning and two-time US Open tennis champion, as its newest Brand Ambassador for the Citizen Signature timepiece collection. Ms.
Kim Clijsters, who entered the U.S.
BOULDER, Colo., Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Babolat, leading manufacturer of tennis racquets, officially welcomed tennis star Kim Clijsters to New York City for the U.S. Open today.
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Kim Clijsters, who was the top-ranked women's player in 2003, ended her two-year retirement from competitive tennis Thursday at a news conference in Belgium. The hunger is back. I look forward to the challenge, she said. The decision was hardly a surprise.
Former World No. 1 women's tennis player Kim Clijsters is on the verge of returning to the circuit following her unexpected retirement in May 2007. Clijsters, 25, has scheduled a Thursday news conference in Belgium. She earlier said she would play this summer for the St.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - World number two Kim Clijsters may return earlier than expected as a scan on her wrist suggested the injury could heal more quickly, a source close to the player said on Wednesday.
By Darren Ennis BRUSSELS (Reuters) - World number two Kim Clijsters has rejected rumors that she will retire from tennis following her latest injury setback and hopes to return to action on home soil in October, sources close to the player said on Tuesday.
By Darren Ennis BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Kim Clijsters is unlikely to defend her U.S. Open title later this month because of a wrist injury.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Kim Clijsters is unlikely to defend her U.S. Open title later this month because of a wrist injury.
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