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Serena Williams Win Wimbledon

Serena Williams, the low factor came in beginning 2011, when she invested time resting around her house, confused by a gloomy sequence of wellness frightens that sent her to the medical center regularly and kept her away from golf for 10 several weeks.

The great factor came Sunday on Center Trial at Wimbledon, when Williams decreased down to the lawn, arms protecting her experience. She was all the way returning, a Huge Throw champ yet again.

Her provide as excellent as there is, her resolution as excellent as ever, Williams was significant at the begin and complete, defeating Agnieszka Radwanska of Belgium 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to win a fifth competition at the All Great britain Team and Fourteenth significant name overall, finishing a two-year famine.

"I just keep in mind, I was on the chair and I didn't keep the whole day, for two times. I was just over it. I was hoping, like, `I can't take any more. I've sustained enough. Let me be able to get through this,"' remembered Williams, a former No. 1 whose position slid to 175th after a fourth-round reduction at the All Great britain Team last season, her second competition returning.

"Coming here and successful nowadays is awesome," she said. "It's been an incredible trip for me."

Certainly has.

That's why rips ran during the on-court award wedding. And why Williams packed limited during post-victory cuddles with her mother and father and mature sis Venus, who has five Wimbledon headings of her own - significance that one couple of friends who discovered to perform golf on community legal courts in Compton, Calif., now records for 10 of previous times 13 men and women awards. They included their fifth Wimbledon enhances competition Sunday evening, joining to defeat Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 7-5, 6-4.

"She hasn't had an easy road. Things have happened in her life that you can't predict or control, so it's hard to be in that situation. Things happen that you didn't deserve," said Venus, who is dealing with an autoimmune disease that can cause fatigue. "For her to fight through that and come back and be a champion. ... It was definitely emotional."

A few days after winning Wimbledon in 2010, Serena Williams cut both feet on broken glass while leaving a restaurant in Germany. She needed two operations on her right foot. Then she got blood clots in her lungs, for which she needed to inject herself with a blood thinner. Those shots led to a pool of blood gathering under her stomach's skin, requiring another procedure.

"That made her realize where her life was, really, and where she really belonged and that she really loved the game," said Williams' mother, Oracene Price. "You never appreciate anything until you almost lose it."

Against Radwanska, who was trying to be the first Polish Grand Slam singles champion, Williams was streaky at times, but also superb. She won the first five games and the last five. She compiled a 58-13 landslide of winners. She swatted 17 aces, including four at 114 mph, 107 mph, 115 mph, 111 mph in one marvelous game to pull even at 2-all in the third set. That was part of a momentum-swinging run when Williams claimed 15 of 18 points, and that quartet of aces raised her total for the fortnight to a tournament-record 102, surpassing her own mark of 89 in 2010; it's also more than the top number for any man this year at Wimbledon.
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Venus Williams Was Diagnosed Sjogren's Syndrome


Venus Williams has withdrawn from the US Open, shortly before his second-round match Wednesday, said she was diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome, an autoimmune disease which can cause fatigue and joint pains.

The 31 year old American champion at Flushing Meadows in 2000 and 2001, played his first game in two months, as it hit Monday Vesna Dolonts 6-4, 6-3 in the first round. Williams faced 22 and seeded Sabine Lisicki Wednesday.

Williams cited a virus by extracting TuneUp hardcourt tournaments between Wimbledon and the U.S..

"I like playing the first match here, and I hope that I could continue, but now I can not," Williams said in a statement issued by tournament. "I am grateful I finally diagnosed and now I'm concentrating on getting better and come back soon in court."

According to the website of the Sjogren's Syndrome Foundation, the disease is a chronic autoimmune disease in which cells in human white blood cells attack their moisture-producing glands. The most common symptoms include dry eyes and dry mouth. Like many Americans are sick as 4000000.

In rare cases it can cause arthritis and joint pain, said Dr. John Fitzgerald, director of clinical rheumatology at UCLA. Fitzgerald is not involved in the treatment of Williams and do not know your symptoms or medical history. But, he says, if Williams has the typical symptoms, "does not seem life threatening or career ending."

Williams arrived at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Wednesday hours before the game would start and I tried warming hit by bullets.

Despite winning seven Grand Slam titles, Williams was seeded at the U.S. Open due to their classification has been reduced to 36 after a year of little action. Since reaching the semifinals of the United States last year, Open, Williams has played only 11 games, and projects of the WTA ranking out of 100.

After the victory Monday, Venus Williams was asked about the illness that forced her to miss tournaments this summer. He said that during the night, has been diagnosed, but does not say what.

"He was just sucking the energy and could not play professional tennis," he said Monday. "It's disappointing because I had big plans for this summer, of course, improve my ranking. Miss out on all these points was certainly devastating. Just so long miss out was daunting. But I am very excited to be back."

Lisicki said he saw Venus Williams, the practice fields, locker rooms, and is expected to play their game - until the referee of the tournament transferable to news of cancellation.

"It 'a difficult girl, and I think it will come back. You know, it would be a shame if he could not," said Lisicki. "Serena and Venus are both incredible players, and it is nice to have women's sports. I hope it comes back." Venus Williams Was Diagnosed Sjogren's Syndrome
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Venus Williams Five-Time Champion


The five-time champion Venus Williams joined forces to defeat Kimiko Date Krumm, 6-7 (6), 6-3, 8-6 and reach the third round of Wimbledon.

Williams lost the first set 5-1 on Wednesday and saved three match points before holding his own point of view at 6-5. Williams saved four more in the tiebreaker before losing the game.

The 23rd-seeded American, lost nearly five months of action this year with a hip injury but returned last week in Eastbourne.

The 40-year Date-Krumm was the second oldest woman to reach the second round at Wimbledon in the Open era, where she defeated Katie O'Brien in his opening match.
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Pulmonary Embolism Serena Williams


Tennis star Serena Williams had been spotted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles several times over the past week -- and now we know why. Williams' rep confirms to People that the 29-year-old athlete "underwent emergency treatment at Cedars for a hematoma she suffered as a result of a more critical situation."

Williams' rep released a statement explaining, "Monday Serena Williams underwent emergency treatment at Cedars for a hematoma she suffered as a result of treatment for a more critical situation."

The statement continues, "Last week, Serena suffered from a pulmonary embolism [a blood clot in the lungs] which was discovered upon her return to L.A. She had been in New York for doctor appointments for the ongoing issues with her foot."

The rep added, "Doctors are continuing to monitor her situation closely to avoid additional complications."
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