Found January 21, 2012 on
Serena Williams was so dominant in her 6-1, 6-1 third-round win over Greta Arn at the Australian Open that there's probably only one shot she'll remember more than most.
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Serena Williams needed only 59 minutes to record a victory in straight sets in the third round of the Australian Open.
The difference between good tennis players and great tennis players is that the great ones can survive an off day in a big tournament. For as great as she is, even Serena Williams couldn't get through this.
The 13-time Grand Slam champion was sent packing from the Australian Open on Monday, courtesy a listless performance in a 6-2, 6-4 fourth-round loss to world No. 53 Ekaterina...
It's not that she didn't try, because she did. It's not that she wasn't fit enough to play, because she was. But Serena Williams, a five-time champion here at the Australian Open, put in a performance Monday that she described as "disastrous" while losing 6-2, 6-3 to Russia's Ekaterina Makarova, ranked No. 56 in the world.
Why? Not quite sure she even...
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Serena Williams of the United States of America reacts in her second round match against Barbora Zahlavova Strycova of the Czech Republic during day four of the 2012 Australian Open at Melbourne Park today — The torn ligaments in Serena Williams’s left ankle did not prevent her from thrashing her opponent in a 6-0, 6-4 win. Unleash the beast #SerenaPower ...
On Saturday night while Serena Williams -- a 6-1, 6-1 winner over Hungary's Greta Arn -- was talking about kinesiology papers, management classes and wanting to get a business degree, Lleyton Hewitt, who had followed her on Rod Laver Arena, was trying to win a tennis match.
You can be sure that Hewitt's focus was on nothing other than a fuzzy yellow ball as he tried to track...
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Serena Williams plays a backhand in her third round match against Greta Arn of Hungary during day six of the 2012 Australian Open.. Serena is on cruise control down under.. Man She hits it hard.-TO
Serena Williams Opens Up Wide
Serena and Chris Fowler Couple Up
Serena Williams vowed to bounce back from her fourth-round exit from the Australian Open on Monday, but her loss to world number 56 Ekaterina Makarova suggests time may have caught up with the most dominant player of her generation.
MELBOURNE, Australia - Serena Williams' 17-match winning streak at the Australian Open ended Monday in a stunning...
Just before she walked onto the court, Greta Arn said she was looking forward to the "privilege" of playing her first match against Serena Williams. Some privilege. The 13-time Grand Slam champion overpowered Arn, 6-1, 6-1, in 59 minutes Saturday for her 17th straight win at the Australian Open.