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Although she decided to defend her French Open title and was seeded first in the tournament, she lost her second round match to a much lower-ranked player, Tathiana Garbin of Italy.
At the time, the loss marked only the second time in 15 Grand Slam events that she had lost before the fourth round.
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.
Henin's first competition after Wimbledon was the Fed Cup tie against Slovakia.In the semifinals, she lost to Amélie Mauresmo 6–7(2), 6–3, 3–6. She 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.She won both her singles matches to help Belgium win the tie 5–0.She then played two tournaments during the North American summer hard court season before the US Open.