The former world tennis number one Kim Clijsters is said to be considering a comeback to the women's tour.
The Belgian retired from the sport in May 2007 and had her first child last year.
But Clijsters fuelled rumours of a possible return when she announced last week that she would compete in the World Team event in the United States later this year.
Her former coach Carl Maes says a comeback wouldn't be a complete surprise to him and if she decides to she has every chance of being competitive as Martina Hingis and Lindsay Davenport have been.
Clijsters will also play in a special event at Wimbledon in May to test the new roof over Centre Court, alongside Steffi Graf, Andre Agassi and Tim Henman.
The 25-year-old, decided to quit two years ago after suffering from a series of injuries.