A reporter came at her with a question about how she's "not supposed to be here at 37." Venus Williams didn't take kindly to that.
This isn't the 37-year-old's last chance at a major title, but it's unlikely she'll have a better shot at winning a Slam than she does right now.
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The police report determined that Williams was at fault for violating the driver's right of way.
While taking an evening walk, the 23-time Grand Slam winner challenged a couple of random dudes to a pickup match of tennis.
Serena told the crowd after the match, "It's never enough, 23, 24, 25. I felt like I really elevated my game this year."
The WIlliams sisters will face off in the Australian Open Final, and Venus couldn't be happier.
After smoking Angelique Kerber in the Wimbledon singles finals today, Serena took a rest, had a few sips of water, and played on with Venus in doubles.
The U.S. Open is uniquely at home in New York City, but it's also open—and available in a unique way—to everyone who is willing to celebrate its uncommon bigness.
The Harvard star who once ranked number four in the world says race was "probably" a factor in plainclothes cops mistaking him for an identity-theft suspect.
Serena can become the first to win a calendar year Grand Slam since Steffi Graf, but being the favorite won't make the U.S. Open any easier.