Rosalyn Fairbank Nideffer and Candy Reynolds
Martina Hingis and Mary Pierce
Kim Clijsters and Ai Sugiyama
Mima Jausovec and Virginia Ruzici
Francoise Durr and Gail Chanfreau
Serena and Venus Williams
The Williams Sisters.
The Williams sisters
Justine Henin (Belgium).
For the 2010 Fench Tennis Open total prize money was €16,807,400. Prize money was split €7,580,800 mens singles, doubles & qualifiers and €7,481,600 womens singles, doubles & qualifiers. The additional amount was split between 3 Legends Trophies (Women, Over 45 & Under 45), Mixed Doubles, Wheelchair Singles & Doubles and Accomodation. The largest prize was €1,120,000 for each of the mens and womens singles winners. The smallest prize was €1,000 per team (€500 per player) for the mens and womens wheelchair doubles semi-finalists.
For 2011, the winner of the Australian Open are as follows: Men's Singles: Novak Djokovic Women's Singles: Kim Clijsters Men's Doubles: Bob & Mike Bryan Women's Doubles: Gisela Dulko & Flavia Pennetta
Venus and Serena Williams.
No, Kim Clijsters did not win the Australian Open in 2003. She won the Australian Open in Women's singles in 2011. She did make it to the Quarterfinals in Doubles at the 2003 Australian Open. Serena Williams won the Australian Open in 2003 beating her sister Venus Williams in the final.
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Her last match was the 2003 French Open, but she was injured.