Serena Williams’ unbeatable record with Sister Venus is unbeatable

Serena Williams is one of the most famous tennis players of all time. With so many titles to her name, the world number one has proven time and time again why she deserves the title of legend. While the 23-time Grand Slam champion holds a long list of records, one record with Sister Venus remains among the best.

The two sisters competed against each other and gave the tennis world some of the most memorable matches of all time. Aside from being courtiers in singles, the two have also collaborated on various occasions. However, unlike any other women’s doubles team, the two had 100% success in the Grand Slam finals. This is a feat that no other doubles team has touched.

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Grand Slam success for Serena Williams with Sister Venus

While both Serena and Venus have played doubles at various points in their careers, the two have reached Grand Slam finals on 14 occasions and emerged victorious on every occasion.

The record-breaking race for the two dates back to 1999. Serena entered her first women’s doubles Grand Slam final with her sister Venus at the 1999 French Open. With nothing to lose, the two outstripped husband Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova to win their first doubles title Grand slam ladies.

Maintaining form, in the same year, the two also won the US Open. However, the winning legacy for the two of them is just beginning. With each passing year, the two won slams after winning until 2016.

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In 2016, the two reached their last Grand Slam final at Wimbledon and beat the duo of Timea Papus and Yaroslava Shvedova.

Looking at the record, the two sisters together have 4 Australian Open titles, 2 French Open titles, 6 Wimbledon titles, and 2 US Open titles to their name.

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While the two last played doubles together in 2018, they continued to try their hand at the singles draw. Since they have called no time in their careers, fans still hold out hope that the Williams sisters will compete in the doubles.

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