Found August 25, 2012 on Tennis Panorama :
  FLUSHING MEADOWS, NY -  Samantha Stosur, Kim Clijsters, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic held Pre-Tournament news conferences at the US Open on Saturday. Serena photo © Enrique Fernandez for Tennis Panorama   Q.  A lot was made of the Olympics about your joyous celebration.  Do you think the media made too much about it and we might see some choreography here in Queen’s next two weeks? SERENA WILLIAMS:  I don’t know.  I read zero press.  That was been my policy since I was 17.  I don’t know what was made too much or whether it was too little. I think winning the Olympics was awesome for me and for the USA.  I’m still kind of in the Olympic moment.  I love the Olympics.  You know, I was just so proud of the final tally of gold medals that I contributed to.  It was really awesome. Q.  Going back to the first question that was asked, you of all people know that the Crip walk is not just a dance.  I was wondering, do you ha
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