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The four-time Grand Slam champion may need extended time out of the public eye
Her courageousness allowed Sunisa Lee and MyKayla Skinner to medal and demonstrate to the world winning isn’t everything
The sport’s biggest star deserved more support from the powers that be
The 23-year-old star solidified her status as the face – and voice – of women’s tennis during her Australian Open run
2020 has been a year to remember. From the social justice impact on sports and how out of all of this pain, many Black athletes and Americans found their voice. We review this year’s many lessons, wake-up calls and wins for the culture.
Serena Williams may have lost out on a chance to tie the Grand Slam wins record, but, as The Undefeated’s Bill Rhoden writes, her legacy as a winner is already set
She’s grown more sophisticated in how she discusses race, and more comfortable with doing so publicly
Portraits of greatness past and present
The Harlem rapper talks music, Jay-Z’s partnership with the NFL and why tennis is his new favorite sport
Jermaine and Jarmere have benefited from partnering with Venus and Serena
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