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  1. Serena and Venus Win Doubles Gold (CBS News)
      "The overpowering American pair teamed to win the women's doubles title at the Olympics on Sunday, with Serena adding to the singles gold she won on Centre Court at Wimbledon a day earlier." 08-12

  2. Venus Vows to Rise Again in Tennis (CNN News)
      "The Williams sisters have not had it easy in recent years. Two of the modern era's most successful women tennis players have been beset by health problems which have deprived the game of two of its most marketable stars."

      "Serena has overcome life-threatening blood clots on both lungs, while older sibling Venus is this week making her long-awaited WTA Tour comeback as she battles a debilitating illness that has sidelined her since last year's U.S. Open."

      "After pulling out of her second-round match in New York, Venus revealed she had been diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome -- an incurable condition which affects energy levels and causes pain in the joints." 03-12

  3. Venus and Serena Williams (CNN News)
      Provides a short biography of the two top players in women's tennis. They are the first sisters to be ranked first and second in tennis history. No brothers have ever held the distinction. 7-02

  4. Williams, Venus and Serena (CNN News)
      Provides a short biography of the two top players in women's tennis. They are the first sisters to be ranked first and second in tennis history. No brothers have ever held the distinction. 7-02

Periodicals
  1. Serena's Record Grand Slam Win (Time.com)
      "Serena finished off Venus, 6-4, 6-4, giving her a seventh Australian Open title, returning her to the world No. 1 ranking, and most importantly, winning her a 23rd major championship. With the victory, Serena broke Steffi Graf's record for most Grand Slam singles titles in the Open era. (Before 1968, only amateurs could compete in the major tournaments). " 01-17

  2. Tennis Is Growing Older (Fivethirtyeight.com)
      "Today’s tennis fans are spoiled. They have watched Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, four of the best tennis players of all time, dominate the sport for a decade, winning a combined total of 60 majors in their careers. Now the four are old by the sport’s historical standards — all are at least 30, and only Nadal is under 35 — but instead of fading away like their predecessors, they’ve dragged the sport along with them." 01-17

   
   


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