Serena Jameka Williams is an American retired professional tennis player was born on 26/09/1981. She was ranked number-1 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association for 319 week

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She made a joint record 186 consecutive weeks, and finished year as Rank number- 1 total Five times

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She won 23 Grand Slam single titles, The maximum by any player in the Open Era, and the second most of all time

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Her sister Venus and she started practice and they were coached by their parents Oracene Price and Richard Williams

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Turned into professional in 1995 and she won her first most important singles title at the 1999 US Open

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When 2002 French open to the 2003 Australian Open, she was dominant, winning all four major singles titles to achieve a non-calendar year Grand Slam and the career Grand Slam, Known as the Serena Slam

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Beginning of 2012 Wimbledon Championships, Williams returned to dominance, claiming Olympic Gold and Became the first tennis player to achieve a Career Golden Slam in both singles and doubles

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She won eight out of thirteen singles title, surpassing Steffi Graf's Open Era record

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She took a short break after that from professional tennis when she became pregnant and reached four major finals since returning to play

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Williams Also Won 14 major women's doubles titles with her sister ZVenus

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Williams lost in the third round of the 1999 Australian Open to Sandrine Testud. A month later, Williams won her first professional singles title when she defeated Amelie Mauresmo in the final of the Open Gaz de France in Paris

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On September,2022 Williams announced that she be "evolving away from tennis, toward other things that are important to me." In her announcement she said that she dislike the word "retirement" and preferred the term "evolution"

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