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Els Callens (born 20 August 1970) is a former professional female tennis player from Belgium. Callens was born in Antwerp, and became professional in January 1990. Her biggest achievement came in 2000 during the Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Dominique Van Roost-Monami. She retired on 26 October 2005, after she lost her second-round match at the Gaz de France Stars tournament in Hasselt. After her come back, Callens finally retired from professional tennis in 2011. Nowadays, she is a sports commentator for the Belgian public broadcast Eén.

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  • Els Callens (born 20 August 1970) is a former professional female tennis player from Belgium. Callens was born in Antwerp, and became professional in January 1990. Her biggest achievement came in 2000 during the Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Dominique Van Roost-Monami. She retired on 26 October 2005, after she lost her second-round match at the Gaz de France Stars tournament in Hasselt. After her come back, Callens finally retired from professional tennis in 2011. Nowadays, she is a sports commentator for the Belgian public broadcast Eén.
  • Els Callens (born 20 August 1970) is a former professional female tennis player from Belgium. Callens became professional in January 1990.Her biggest achievement came in 2000 during the Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Dominique Van Roost-Monami. She retired on 26 October 2005, after losing her second-round match at the Gaz de France Stars tournament in Hasselt. She startet a comeback, and finally retired from professional tennis in 2011. Nowadays, she works as sports commentator for the Belgian public broadcast Eén.
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  • Els Callens (born 20 August 1970) is a former professional female tennis player from Belgium. Callens was born in Antwerp, and became professional in January 1990. Her biggest achievement came in 2000 during the Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Dominique Van Roost-Monami. She retired on 26 October 2005, after she lost her second-round match at the Gaz de France Stars tournament in Hasselt. After her come back, Callens finally retired from professional tennis in 2011. Nowadays, she is a sports commentator for the Belgian public broadcast Eén.
  • Els Callens (born 20 August 1970) is a former professional female tennis player from Belgium. Callens became professional in January 1990.Her biggest achievement came in 2000 during the Summer Olympics in Sydney where she won the bronze medal in doubles, partnering Dominique Van Roost-Monami. She retired on 26 October 2005, after losing her second-round match at the Gaz de France Stars tournament in Hasselt. She startet a comeback, and finally retired from professional tennis in 2011. Nowadays, she works as sports commentator for the Belgian public broadcast Eén.
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