Serena Williams is an American professional tennis player has won more than 30 Grand Slam titles and many other Olympic gold medals. She was born on 26 September 1981 in, Michigan USA, Serena Williams started playing tennis at an early age, daily two-hour practices with her father at the age only three. Serena turned pro, and, along with her sister Venus to stay over there and enjoyed a high-profile victories in 1995. Serena was fined and placed on probation for allegedly threatening in 2009, but she quickly moved past the incident. In 2011 after a series of health scares. In 2012 she was claiming her fifth Wimbledon singles title and Williams beat Agnieszka Radwanska at Wimbledon. At the end of 2012, she won two gold medals in Summer Olympic Games, in women’s doubles and women’s singles. Williams won her another French Open title against the beating of defending champion Maria Sharapova in June 2013. She picked up another U.S. Open title September in the same year.
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Early Life of Serena
An American tennis player Serena was born in the USA in 26 Sept, 1981. She is youngest of Richard and Oracene Williams’s five daughters of father, Serena Williams with her sister named Venus, would eventually dominate the sport at certain times throughout her career, capturing 13 Grand Slam doubles titles and 15 Grand Slam singles. Father of serena’s—was a former sharecropper from Louisiana take care to see his two youngest girls succeed. He used what he had gained from tennis books and videos to teach form Venus and Serena on how to play the game. The fact that the family of Serena had relocated from Michigan to Compton was no any cause. Richard Williams’s father of serene wanted to expose his daughters to the ugly possibilities of life “if they did not get an education and work hard.”
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Career as a Tennis Star
Williams’s started her first professional game was in September 1995, when she was at the age of 14. In 1995, Serena begun to start a career as a tennis player turned pro. After Two years, she was rankings No. 99 in the world—suddenly up from 304 in just 12 months before. After a year, she graduated high school in USA. In 1999, she beat her sister and win first grand slam, when she first captured the U.S. Open title companionship.
Both Williams’s sisters also beat to each other for the sake of title championship. Over the next decade, Serena alone wins 23 Grand Slam titles including 10 doubles championships from her own sister named Venus Williams.
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Life outside of tennis
In 2004, Williams seriously dealt with a recurring knee injury. In Miami she won NSADAQ-100 Open which was third in a year, but at many other game tournaments of the year she was either whitewashed or had to withdraw due to injury. She tried to become an actress but her efforts were failed to become an actress. In the Beginning of 2002, Serena Williams also started earning amount as guest roles on various other television shows, which includes the Kids and My Wife, Showtime’s Street Time, and Law and Order also participated. She also participated in different Hair Shows; a feature film was completed in the year of 2004.
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Grand Slam Victories of Serena Williams
Serena Williams has won a lot of singles and doubles titles at Grand Slam events. Below are listed of her main victories through the end of the season in 2003:
Australian Open, 2003
U.S. Open, 1999, 2002
French Open, 2002
Wimbledon, 2002, 2003
Doubles (all with sister Venus):
Australian Open, 2001, 2003
U.S. Open, 1999
French Open, 1999
Wimbledon, 2000, 2002
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Mixed Doubles (both with Max Mirnyi):
U.S. Open, 1998
Serena Williams lives in Palm Beach, Florida along with her sister, Venus Williams, and their two dogs, named Jack Russell terrier and a Maltese.