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Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Brisbane International after injuring her left ankle, delivering a major blow to her Australian Open preparations.
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No one in tennis draws as much attention as Serena Williams.
The often-controversial superstar has brought a unique flair to the game ever since she won her first Grand Slam title in 1999. Williams, along with her older sister, Venus, have been the dominant force on the WTA Tour for the majority of the 21st century and are recognized by just their first names.
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Serena Williams injured her left ankle Wednesday at the Brisbane International in what looms as a major setback for her Australian Open preparations.
Serena Williams injured her left ankle at the Brisbane International, and it could be a major setback for her Australian Open preparations.
Serena Williams' Australian Open preparations took a major hit Wednesday when she injured her left ankle and withdrew from the Brisbane International.
After winning her opening match of the 2012 tennis season, Serena Williams told reporters she doesn't love the sport in which she excels.
"I don't love tennis today but I'm here," she said after beating Chanelle Scheepers, 6-2, 6-3 in the first round of the Brisbane International. "I can't live without it -- there's a difference between not loving...
BRISBANE, Australia - Serena Williams' Australian Open preparations took a major hit Wednesday when she injured...
Karma? Bad luck? Maybe it's nothing at all, but Serena Williams' jarring ankle injury opens up a whole new set of questions for 2012.
Serena Williams is not passionate about the game she has dominated for so long, but not about to leave it, the 13-time Grand Slam winner said Monday, according to TennisNow.com.