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We're all winners when we get a Williams sisters matchup

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - There were no TV cameras on hand to capture the first time Venus and Serena Williams competed against each other, no reporters present to chronicle their every stroke and point for posterity. As Serena remembered it, she was 8 years old and Venus was 10 when they faced each other in a junior match. Serena also remembered the outcome wasn't remotely close.

"She beat me. Beat me good. But she was really nice," Serena said. "She gave me the trophy

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