One winner-take-all set seemed like a final, and Justine Henin emerged the winner. Back on center court Sunday following an overnight suspension of play, Henin outslugged Maria Sharapova in a third-round showdown at the French Open, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. The two former No. 1s played the seesaw final set after the match was suspended late Saturday because of darkness. The pivotal moment came when Henin fell behind 0-2, love-40, then overcame four break points to hold. She soon led 4-2, broke again for a 5-3 lead and served out the victory. The victory extended Henin's winning streak at Roland Garros to 24 matches. It was the first meeting between the two rivals since Henin spent 20 months in retirement before mounting a career comeback this year.