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Video: Serena Tops ESPNW's Impact 10

Serena Williams was named No.1 in ESPNW's Impact 10, which listed the 10 female athletes who made the biggest impact in 2013. It's the latest in a slew of accolades for the dominant World No.1.

Published December 19, 2013 12:01

Eleven WTA titles including two Grand Slams, 78 match wins, over $12 million in prize money and the No.1 ranking. It was the best season for a WTA player for a long time - for a decade in some ways, of all time in other ways - and on the eve of 2014, the awards just keep piling on for Serena Williams.

Williams was named No.1 on ESPNW's Impact 10 list, which counted down the 10 female athletes who made the biggest impact in 2013. The list includes soccer players, basketball players, swimmers Diana Nyad and Missy Franklin and, of course, one of the all-time greats in women's tennis - and in sports.

Check out ESPNW's piece on Williams here and watch their video tribute to the World No.1 below!

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