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von ESPN.com

Garber: Sad exit for Venus Williams

Venus Williams...look for her to play well at Wimbledon this year...it's her best and most favorite surface...if she makes it to the fourth round she'll potentially meet her sister there!

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The only 3 African American women to win Grand Slam singles titles and the only ones to have held the number 1 ranking. Althea Gibson (French Open ‘56; Wimbledon ‘57 & ‘58; US Open ‘57 & ‘58) Venus Williams (US Open ‘00 & ‘01; Wimbledon ‘00, ‘01, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08) Serena Williams (US Open ‘99, ‘02, ‘08, ‘12; Australian Open ‘03, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10; French Open ‘02; Wimbledon ‘02, ‘03, ‘09, ‘10, ‘12)

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von the Guardian

The 20 best Wimbledon moments

20 best Wimbledon moments: Venus Williams

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Serena, Venus Williams win Wimbledon doubles title - Tennis - SI.com

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And Venus was her name. A true goddess...champion, loyal sister, great role model. What's not to love?

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Venus Williams I admire this gal for her composure, her coolness and of course her athleticism. Being an older sister, I've always shouted for her (when playing against her sibling) although I'm a fan of Serena too..

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Serena & Venus Williams! "Not just sisters, but really close friends"

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Venus Ebony Starr Williams - born on June 17, 1980, in Lynwood, California. Her father introduced Williams to tennis on the public courts near Compton, LA. She turned pro in 1994, and has since won 7 Grand Slam titles, including 5 Wimbledon championships, as well as 4 Olympic gold medals (three with her sister, Serena).

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Venus Williams' #EleVen dress from her new Fleur de Monde collection

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A young Venus Williams in tennis balls with father Richard. The man had a plan.