In every sport there is a crowd-pleasing wow factor. In golf it’s the big drive. In tennis it is the serve. Serena Williams stands alone in this area – so much so they named one after her. The “Serena Serve” is the most powerful in the history of women’s tennis.
Williams won at Wimbledon to complete the "Serena Slam" -- winning four straight majors -- for the second time, and is now well on the way to making more history at the season's final grand slam.
Serena Williams says she was unfazed by the challenge of winning all four Grand Slams in a year, with her Wimbledon training including a hit on the grass courts of golf great Jack Nicklaus.
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