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2013 Swedish Open Champion: World #1 Serena Williams: "...[post-The Championships loss]  I really wanted to do better here in Bastad this week." --- <3 Serena is unbeaten in 2013 on clay..... #TeamSERENA won her 53rd Career Title - 9th most of All-time - tying her with Monica Seles, 51st match of 2013, 10th clay court Title, 7th Title of 2013, & 1st ever International-level tier tournament. #Stellar

2013 Swedish Open Champion: World #1 Serena Williams: "...[post-The Championships loss] I really wanted to do better here in Bastad this week." --- <3 Serena is unbeaten in 2013 on clay..... #TeamSERENA won her 53rd Career Title - 9th most of All-time - tying her with Monica Seles, 51st match of 2013, 10th clay court Title, 7th Title of 2013, & 1st ever International-level tier tournament. #Stellar

Maria Sharapova - French Open: Day 10. Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates victory during her women's singles match against Garbine Muguruza of Spain on day ten of the French Open at Roland Garros on June 3, 2014 in Paris, France.

Maria Sharapova Photos Photos: French Open: Day 10

Maria Sharapova Photos Photos - Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates victory during her women's singles match against Garbine Muguruza of Spain on day ten of the French Open at Roland Garros on June 2014 in Paris, France.

Even after 20 years, Monica Seles still carries attack scars

Even after 20 years, Monica Seles still carries attack scars - Tennis Features

Scariest court ever...don't chase that cross court forehand down too far

World's Highest Tennis Court in Dubai.

Monica Seles and her lethal double-handed backhand in action at the 1991 Australian Open. Seles defeated Jana Novotná 5-7 6-3 6-1 in the final to win the first of four titles in Melbourne (1991, 92, 93, 96). With this victory, Seles became the first woman in the Open Era to win the Australian Open after saving a match point (against Mary Jo Fernandez in the semi-final). (Photo: Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)

Monica Seles and her lethal double-handed backhand in action at the 1991 Australian Open. Seles defeated Jana Novotná in the final to win the first of four titles in Melbourne

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