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Frances Tiafoe, Coco Gauff are proof the diversity of the game will continue
For 25 years, Williams helped make the sport’s audience and participation more diverse. How does the sport capitalize on them after her retirement?
The record holder for the most Grand Slam titles in the Open Era stands on the shoulders of giants
‘I have absolutely nothing to lose,’ she says after upsetting No. 2 Kontaveit
The legend may be in the final stage of her career, but her skills and the topsy-turvy state of women’s tennis have kept the door open for more history
Serena and tennis deserve their own ‘He Got Game.’ They don’t have one — yet.
Witnessing the straight-sets win was a pilgrimage and homage: ‘When I found out this was going to be her last tournament, I absolutely had to come out’
What she means to hoops great Sheryl Swoopes, softball icon Lisa Fernandez, champion coach Dawn Staley and Olympic track star Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Unlike others who defined themselves by the need to win, she already has a full life outside tennis
The five-time major winner lived on West 143rd, now to be known as Althea Gibson Way