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Serena Williams

Serena Williams
Serena Williams (September 26, 1981 - ) is a professional tennis player who has won 27 Grand Slam titles.
Serena Williams (September 26, 1981 - ) is a professional tennis player who has won 27 Grand Slam titles. « Show less

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  • Wild card Gavrilova stuns No. 2 Sharapova in Miami Open shocker

    Wild card Gavrilova stuns No. 2 Sharapova in Miami Open shocker
    Daria Gavrilova was so bubbly in her postmatch press conference after the 97th-ranked wild card entrant's shocking second-round victory over Russian countrywoman Maria Sharapova that a champagne toast wasn't needed. Gavrilova, a 5-foot-5, fiery, fist-...
  • Jack Sock playing for pride, patriotism and brother Eric at Miami Open

    For the past six years Jack Sock has had to bear the weight of filling the void in American mens' tennis in the aftermath of Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier and most recently fellow Nebraskan Andy Roddick. At 22 and coming off pelvic surgery,...
  • Abierto de Tenis de Miami: David Ferrer busca sacarse la espina de 2013

    Abierto de Tenis de Miami: David Ferrer busca sacarse la espina de 2013
    David Ferrer estuvo a solo un punto de ganar el Abierto de Miami en 2013, pero una mala decisión en aquella final ante el escocés Andy Murray le costó el campeonato en Key Biscayne. Y aunque entonces el tenista español aseguró que "un partido no...
  • Serena Williams' knee injury gives hope to rest of field in Miami Open

    Serena Williams' knee injury gives hope to rest of field in Miami Open
    The newly named Miami Open became more open when defending Key Biscayne champion Serena Williams shockingly withdrew from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, Calif., just before her semifinal match against Simona Halep with a sprained right knee late...
  • Katrina Adams comes home as tennis' history-making leader

     Katrina Adams comes home as tennis' history-making leader
    WASHINGTON — Katrina Adams knew she was on the wrong side of the fence. This was in the summer of 1975, when Arthur Ashe would become the first black man to win Wimbledon, when Adams was just 6 going on 7, a couple of years too young for the...
  • Serena Williams withdraws from Paribas Open because of knee injury

    Serena Williams withdraws from Paribas Open because of knee injury
    Serena Williams' return to the Indian Wells tennis tournament, after a 14-year absence brought about by her personal boycott of the event, ended with her default Friday night, just prior to her semifinal match. Williams said she had an injured right...
  • Tennis' little-known Timea Bacsinszky tells important personal tale

    Tennis' little-known Timea Bacsinszky tells important personal tale
    Timea Bacsinszky is a tennis player who is virtually unknown outside of those women who go around the world with her on the WTA traveling road show. When your name ends in five consonants and your best major tournament advances are seven years apart...
  • There's a chill in the air as Serena Williams rallies to win

    There's a chill in the air as Serena Williams rallies to win
    There is an old Midwest expression that sums up Tuesday's fourth-round tennis match at Indian Wells between Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens. It says, all the icicles weren't on the rain gutters. What the near-capacity crowd in the main stadium at...
  • Healing is for real as Serena Williams returns to Indian Wells

    Healing is for real as Serena Williams returns to Indian Wells
    If time heals all, then the clock began to tick effectively and appropriately Friday night for Serena Williams and Indian Wells. If you want to get a bit overly dramatic, you can roll out the cliches. Williams has officially moved on. She has put this...
  • Indian Wells tennis just keeps getting bigger

    The prestigious, ever-growing, we-try-harder tennis tournament at Indian Wells will, once again, have new offerings when it opens main draw play in the Southern California desert Wednesday. The BNP Paribas Open will hand out $10,762,466 in prize money,...
  • Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki comes out ahead in the long run

    Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki comes out ahead in the long run
    She's the Wizard of Woz, the woman who ran the New York City Marathon — "You don't know what the wall is until you hit it," she said — who posed, tastefully, for the recent Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue . . . who once was ranked No. 1 ....