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Serena puts hurt on Big Sis Venus

NEW YORK - There is no other way to frame this than to marvel, not for the first time and surely not the last, at Serena Williams' resilience and unparalleled talent. One day short of a year since she gave birth to her daughter by cesarean section and subsequently endured life-threatening complications, barely five months since she returned to competitive tennis with more hope than agility, she gave a masterful performance that obliterated any doubts over whether she can regain her tennis supremacy.

She can. She will.

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