1. Venus Williams's defeated Serena for the 12th time in her career—her first straight sets victory against her since the 2008 Wimbledon Championships final.
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36. Venus Williams managed to stay out of the limelight for most of 1996 but in May 1997 made her debut at the French Open, winning her first match against Naoko Sawamatsu in three sets.
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38. At the tender age of 10, Venus Williams was ranked the number one player in the keenly competitive under-12 division of Southern California, a ranking inherited not long thereafter by younger sister Serena.
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41. Venus Williams began entering competitions, went unbeaten in 63 games, and at age ten had won the Southern California title for girls in the under-12 division.
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44. Venus Williams is the older sister of fellow former World No 1 tennis player Serena Williams.
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46. Venus Williams is dating Cuban model Elio Pis whom she met when he modeled for her EleVen fashion line.
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47. Venus Williams holds the record for the most Olympic medals won by a male or female player shared with Kathleen McKane Godfree and the only player to have won a medal at four separate Olympic Games.
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52. Venus Williams appears as the fish, "Neptuna Gilliams", in the novelization of Serena Williams' life, as lived by a blue-finned fish, overcoming "fishism" and gender discrimination in the fictional ocean country of "United Shoals of Americlam" to become the greatest marine player of the game of "Bubble Ball.
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55. Venus Williams's was scheduled to finish her season at the Luxembourg Open, but pulled out due to a knee injury.
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57. Venus Williams's lost to Kontaveit again in the third round.
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62. Venus Williams's defeated qualifier Irina-Camelia Begu in three sets and Katerina Siniakova in straight sets before losing to fifth seed and eventual champion Elina Svitolina in the third round.
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63. Venus Williams's advanced to her ninth Wimbledon final by defeating Johanna Konta in straight sets in the semifinals.
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65. Venus Williams's lost for a third consecutive time to eventual champion Johanna Konta in straight sets in her first semifinal in Miami since 2010.
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66. Venus Williams's defeated No 1 Angelique Kerber in the quarterfinals, becoming the oldest player to beat a current No 1.
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69. Venus Williams's lost in the fourth round to 10th seed Karolina Pliskova after failing to convert match point.
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70. Venus Williams's won her first three round matches respectively against Kateryna Kozlova, Julia Gorges and the 26th seed Laura Siegemund.
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73. Venus Williams's recorded the 200th loss of her career against 8th-seeded Timea Bacsinszky, who won in straight sets.
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74. Venus Williams's began the clay-court season with a win over Alison Riske at the Charleston Open, before losing to Yulia Putintseva in the third round in three tight sets.
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80. Venus Williams's made it to the third round of the Italian Open before losing to Simona Halep.
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81. Venus Williams's ended up losing in three sets to Victoria Azarenka.
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82. Venus Williams produced yet another upset in three sets against Carla Suarez Navarro to advance to the semifinals, where she defeated younger sister and No 1 Serena Williams in the pair's 25th meeting.
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83. Venus Williams's defeated No 7 Angelique Kerber in the third round in a three-set thriller described by one of the commentators as "quite simply one of the matches of the 2014 season so far on the WTA".
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84. Venus Williams lost her second round match in Singles losing to Sabine Lisicki and she lost her first round match in Doubles despite having two match points.
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85. Venus Williams's was defeated by Zheng Jie in three sets.
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87. Venus Williams's reached the semifinals, after playing both her third round and quarterfinals matches on the same day, where she lost to her sister, Serena, in two sets in the sisters' first meeting since the 2009 WTA Tour Championships.
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92. Venus Williams's lost in the quarterfinals in straight sets to the No 2, defending and eventual champion Maria Sharapova.
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98. Venus Williams's was defeated by Kim Clijsters in the final in just 58 minutes, ending her 15-match winning streak.
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99. Venus Williams's went onto the clay at the Abierto Mexico Telcel in Acapulco, where she was the defending champion.
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100. Venus Williams's was two points from defeating 16th-seeded Li Na in the quarterfinals before losing in three sets.
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101. Venus Williams's defeated 17th-seeded Francesca Schiavone in the fourth round.
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