Serena Williams, Roger Federer look to add more titles in 2019

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Serena Williams, Roger Federer look to add more titles in 2019

Australian Open gives each another shot at Grand Slam
It was a terrific moment for tennis, drawing tons of attention to an otherwise meaningless exhibition event and a recently dormant sport just starting its new season: Serena Williams and Roger Federer sharing a court.
Serena Williams, owner of a professional-era-record 23 Grand Slam singles titles, and Federer, owner of a men’s-record 20, are both 37 years old, far closer to the ends of their careers than anyone with a stake in the sport would care to think about.
Serena Williams, owner of a professional-era-record 23 Grand Slam singles titles, and Federer, owner of a men’s-record 20, are both 37 years old, far closer to the ends of their careers than anyone with a stake in the sport would care to think about.

Serena Williams, Roger Federer look to add more titles in 2019

It was a terrific moment for tennis, drawing tons of attention to an otherwise meaningless exhibition event and a recently dormant sport just starting its new season: Serena Williams and Roger Federer sharing a court.
Serena Williams, owner of a professional-era-record 23 Grand Slam singles titles, and Federer, owner of a men’s-record 20, are both 37 years old, far closer to the ends of their careers than anyone with a stake in the sport would care to think about.
Serena Williams, owner of a professional-era-record 23 Grand Slam singles titles, and Federer, owner of a men’s-record 20, are both 37 years old, far closer to the ends of their careers than anyone with a stake in the sport would care to think about.
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