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The making of an African tennis champ

The singular vision behind the Anthony Harris Tennis Academy means giving South Africa’s young talent an equal opportunity to excel, irrespective of background or financial means

Flushing sorrows: Serena targets 24

Williams is looking to put last year’s US Open final trauma behind her and equal Margaret Court’s record of Grand Slam titles

Serena wary of Riske factor at Wimbledon

The 37-year-old seven-time champion is moving into something resembling her best form after an unconvincing first week

Serena survives scare at Roland Garros, wins 800th match

Williams won her most recent major at the Australian Open in 2017 while pregnant

Serena knocked out of Australian Open as Pliskova reaches semis

Karolina Pliskova survived four match points in a roller coaster third set that Williams led 5-1 before collapsing to defeat in two hours 10 minutes

Serena handed tough draw in quest for record 24th Slam

The American, seeded 16, is gunning to match Margaret Court's record of singles majors and claim an eighth Australian Open crown

Australian Open: History beckons as Serena Williams shoots for Slam history

Williams won her 23rd title, and seventh at Melbourne Park, while eight weeks pregnant two years ago

Serena Williams tells working parents ‘anything is possible’

The 23-time Grand Slam champion began 2019 in Perth at the mixed teams Hopman Cup, with baby Alexis Olympia in tow

Serena Williams hails rule changes to protect mothers in tennis

The 37-year-old had her daughter Alexis Olympia in September 2017 and returned to the WTA circuit last March at Indian Wells

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