2004 Proximus Diamond Games

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2004 Proximus Diamond Games
Date 16–22 February
Edition 3rd
Category Tier II
Draw 28S / 16D
Prize money $585,000
Surface Carpet / indoor
Location Antwerp, Belgium
Venue Sportpaleis
Belgium Kim Clijsters
Zimbabwe Cara Black / Belgium Els Callens
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The 2004 Proximus Diamond Games was a women's professional tennis tournament played on indoor carpet courts at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium that was part of the Tier II category of the 2004 WTA Tour. It was the third edition of the tournament and was held from 16 February until 22 February 2002. First-seeded Kim Clijsters won the singles title and earned $93,000 first-prize money.



Belgium Kim Clijsters defeated Italy Silvia Farina Elia, 6–3, 6–0


Zimbabwe Cara Black / Belgium Els Callens defeated Switzerland Myriam Casanova / Greece Eleni Daniilidou, 6–2, 6–1

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