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31 August 2018, 12:30 | Tracey Rhodes
Sister Act Venus and Serena’s US Open legacy
You can catch her in action in a Round of 32 match on Friday where she will meet her sister, Venus Williams, in an all-Williams showdown.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion said the outfit made her feel like a "superhero" at Roland Garros this year.
Having opened up a double break lead, 36-year-old Serena was forced to save three break points in the seventh game before she wrapped up the opener on the Witthoeft serve. The last time they played each other though, in the third round in Indian Wells 2018, Venus won the match in straight sets.
She was ever-so-slightly more forthcoming during her on-court interview, joking, "The last time we played, at the Australian, it was two against one", a reference to the fact that Serena was pregnant when she beat Venus in the 2017 Australian Open final.
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"It's early in the tournament, so both of us are going to be looking forward to continuing to play better, " Venus said.
"Normally I say cheer for me, but I say cheer for who you want, me or Venus", said Serena, laughing, according to USA Today.
Venus, the 2000 and 2001 champion, made the third round for the 17th time with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Camila Giorgi of Italy. I'm always living in a fantasy world.
"So it'll be a while before this even has to come up again", she said.
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Defending champion Sloane Stephens avoided an early exit, recovering from a set down to defeat Ukrainian qualifier Anhelina Kalinina 4-6 7-5 6-2.
She took advantage of errors from Stephens to win the first set and then fought back from 4-1 down in the second set to level at 5-5 but the American held firm to win her ninth successive match at Flushing Meadows. "I know the same thing is for her". Of course, I was surprised when I just changed T-shirt really quick and he gave me the code violation, I didn't expect it, and I told him it was pretty weird. "Every year it's such a tough field in Wuhan so I'll be ready to compete hard amongst some really great players".
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