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If it were up to her, no one would
Williams prefers to downplay her
chances of becoming the first tennis
player in more than a quarter-century
to win all four major tournaments---
Australian Open, French Open, Wim-
bledon, US Open---in the same season.
"I haven t done well at Wimbledon
recently, so that s the only one that s
kind of eluding me," Williams said,
managing to keep a straight face and
perhaps hoping to convince herself as
much as anyone who might be listen-
ing. "So I m trying to get to that one,
at least make it deep in the second
week of that tournament."
When play begins at the grass-court
Grand Slam tournament today,
Williams will be ranked No. 1, and
seeded No. 1, and there is zero doubt
that she is far and away the best tennis
player on the planet at the moment.
Indeed, she might very well be the
best in history, a debate that can never
be settled on a court, of course.
Already the Year of the Triple Crown
in horse racing, 2015 could wind up
being the Year of the Grand Slam in
tennis and golf, with Jordan Spieth
halfway to a four-for-four calendar
year at his sport s major champi-
In tennis, only two men and three
women have ever done it.
The last man was Rod Laver in 1969.
The last woman was Steffi Graf in
"Why not?" said Williams coach,
Patrick Mouratoglou. "That s probably
the most difficult thing to do in tennis.
But it s possible."
There are others who could win
Wimbledon, of course, challengers such
as 2004 champion Maria Sharapova,
two-time winner Petra Kvitova or 2013
runner-up Sabine Lisicki.
But as 18-time major champion and
ESPN analyst Chris Evert put it when
discussing Williams: "I mean, it s all
up to her. When she is at her best, she
is better than anybody else."
With a versatile and dangerous serve,
and powerful groundstrokes, Williams
game translates quite well to the slick
surface at the All England Club, where
she has won the championship five
times: 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010 and
2012. She also was the runner-up
And yet, here is what Williams had
to say shortly after winning the French
halfway to true
FILE - At left, in a June 6, photo, Serena Williams holds the trophy after winning the women's singles final
of the French Open tennis tournament against Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic in Paris, France. At
center, in this January 3, file photo, Serena Williams holds the trophy after defeating Maria Sharapova of
Russia in the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia. At
right, in this September 7, 2014, file photo, Serena Williams hugs the championship trophy after defeating
Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, in the women's singles final of the 2014 US Open tennis tournament in
New York. AP PHOTO
Open for her 20th Grand Slam
trophy and third in a row: "To be
perfectly honest, I ve never really
liked grass, and I just don t know
how I ve done so well on it."
On her past two trips to Wim-
bledon, Williams bowed out in
the fourth round in 2013, and the
third round in 2014.
"The monkey s on my back. ...
I just consistently do terrible
there," Williams insisted, in just
a bit of hyperbole.
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