The 34-year-old just took her seventh Wimbledon singles title in a 7-5 6-3 win over Angelique Kerber.
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For the first time since 2009, the five-time champion has advanced to the Wimbledon semifinals, beating Kazakhstan's Yaroslava Shvedova. At 36 years old, she is the oldest Grand Slam semifinalist in the past 22 years.
The 34-year-old tennis legend continues to stunt at Wimbledon.
Many American professional athletes have opted to skip the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, due to the rising fears surrounding the Zika virus. According to USA Today, tennis powerhouse Serena Williams said she thinks it's “sad” that so many athletes are missing out on the opportunity.
Songstress Judith Hill, the late singer Prince’s protégée, is opening up about his death.
Chicago-based Johnson Publishing has decided to sell Ebony and Jet Magazines to the Clear View Group in Austin, Texas.
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Serena Williams had quite the weekend. The tennis champion managed to both soak up the sun this weekend and call out the BNP Paribas Open tournament director for his comments about female tennis players. CNN reports that Raymond Moore, the tournament director of one of the most decorated events in the game, suggested women professionals should get "down" on their "knees" every night to thank the male players who paved the way before them.
Serena Williams will donate funds for supplies in Compton public schools. This is part of the #BestSchoolDay campaign that includes 50 celebrities who are donating to schools through the crowdfunding platform DonorChoose.org.
Serena Williams, the world's reigning No. 1 women's singles player, expressed her amazement at the news while graciously praising Sharapova for taking full responsibility for her actions, the New York Times reports.