I thought for a couple of weeks that Sam Stosur was the best outsider for Roland Garros, so for Henin to beat her in Stuttgart when when the Australian was playing so well was significant.
Justine has achieved a lot in her comeback. It hasn't been the meteoric comeback she hoped for, but it has been pretty good.
It all looks to be working well for me. I think she is about 6/4 against to win Roland Garros, which is about right when you consider Rafa is about 2/1 on to win the men's title. Those would be about right odds for me. I was very impressed with her.
Justine is not playing this week. I presume she will play Madrid next week. She should win that, and I think she should win the French.
I'm still not sure about Kim Clijsters. The last messages we got from her camp was that she was not sure if she would play Roland Garros. She'll probably come in a bit undercooked - if she plays.
Sam has taken a week off. She looks to me the biggest threat to Justine if Kim doesn't play.
Experience would give Justine the edge at the French Open. Sam didn't really choke against Justine at the weekend.
Justine lost her forehand in second set, but when she regained it she proved too strong.
I do believe that if Sam is in the opposite half of the draw, she could make it all the way to the final. She got to the last four last year. There is nobody out there she need fear.
She wants to be in the other side of the draw to Justine, but if she gets to the final its experience that will count. Justine has it in bundles.
Sam, it must be said, is getting on in her career, but maybe she remains a year away from winning such an event.
It is so heartening for the women's game to see both of these players doing so well. Sam is like a player reborn. Even when she got to the semi-finals last year, she was not the same player she is now.
She is inside the top 10 in the world, but is playing like a top three player. It is also great to see Justine back and doing so well, especially on clay.
I'm sure she would have won the French Open in 2008, the year she retired. She is comfortably the best on clay, but if I was looking for any outside bets for the French, I would be looking at Sam.
She is still 27/1 in some betting exchanges. I would have thought that is remarkably good odds. It still is good odds. For me, she is one of the four players capable of winning the title.
She is not a good player in finals, but if you are wanting a good run for your money, that would sound like good odds to me.
The Williams sisters? Well, you never know. Sounds a bit of a cliché, but they don't look like likely winners of Rome, Madrid or Roland Garros, but I guess with those two, you never know.
From what I've seen you wouldn't back them, but how many times have we said that? They are literally a law unto themselves, and form is not really a guide in relation to them.