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Williams, 36, and new husband Alexis Ohanian, 34, have tied the knot after announcing their engagement in December 2016, sources tell PEOPLE. The ceremony comes just 11 weeks after the couple welcomed their baby girl,...

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Sloane Stephens’ epic comeback is complete. Stephens, who has jumped more than 900 spots in the world rankings in a month, is now a grand slam champion, winning the US Open 6-3, 6-0 against No....

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Venus Williams flouted numerous traffic laws as she sped through an intersection and caused a crash that resulted in horrendous injuries to a married couple, killing the husband … this according to a new wrongful...

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Serena Williams is 5 months pregnant, and even though she just announced it to the world … she’s barely showing. She just posted a profile pic of herself in a one-piece swimsuit and captioned it,...

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Serena Williams just got engaged to a guy who co-founded Reddit, and then announced it on his platform. Serena took to Reddit Thursday morning to break the news to the whole world in the form...

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — There’s nothing like the unique Brazilian vibe — and the opening ceremony for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will see no shortage of samba, culture, diversity and...

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Tennis star Serena Williams is officially the 2016 Wimbledon women’s champion. Saturday morning, Williams beat out Angelique Kerber in the finals with straight set wins. The victory marks the 34-year-old’s 22nd career Grand Slam title....

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  Tennis star Serena Williams has been named Sports Illustrated‘s 2015 Sportsperson Of The Year! Real life? For Serena Williams that’s the easy part now. That’s how it works when you zoom—beyond tennis, beyond $74...

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Sad news guyssssssss… Serena Williams won’t be taking home all the slams this year. She lost today to Roberta Vinci, who is ranked number 43 in the world. In what may qualify as the greatest...

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Stuart Scott, a longtime SportsCenter anchor, died Sunday morning after a lengthy battle with cancer, ESPN announced. He was 49. “ESPN and everyone in the sports world have lost a true friend and a uniquely...

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