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Serena

[ suh-ree-nuh ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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Serena, 39, has thrown herself into motherhood while launching a clothing line and raising her voice on issues of social justice.

This result certainly doesn’t mean Serena is done with tennis — no matter how much her cutting short a post-match press conference might suggest otherwise.

Looking at Serena’s percentage of return points won in her eight Grand Slam losses since her comeback, the trend is off her overall season-encompassing benchmarks.

That was just a two-set match in which Serena committed 19 return errors — or nearly two return errors per receiving game.

I know there’s just no way for me to have the kind of impact in the world that Serena has had.

Sloane Stephens Why You Might Know Her: In early 2013 she became the first American teenager to defeat Serena—ever.

Among the star-studded guests were Rick Ruben, Lala Anthony, Serena Williams and 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen.

A few blocks away, dignitaries, including Tony Blair, held court in the upscale Serena Hotel.

Serena Williams and Rihanna are undoubtedly famous women and have substantial followings.

People have taken to calling us the ‘Venus and Serena of media,’ which I think is hysterical.

Yes, said Michael, as Serena put her arms round his father, and laid him back on his pillow.

Serena, with the help of a gardener, conveyed him gently to the heathery knoll, just breaking into purple.

Serena, with a hand that trembled a little, poured a few drops into a spoon, and put them into the half-open lips.

It is the first time your taste in dress has been questioned, and naturally it pricks, said Serena smiling at her husband.

As the days passed John, fearful always of some new pang, nevertheless asked many questions of Serena when he was alone with her.

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