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Career

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Grand Slam Record

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W x7
W/L
271/85
2008, 2007, 2005, 2001, 2000

Australian Open

F x2
2017, 2003

Roland Garros

F x1
2002

Wimbledon

W x5
2008, 2007, 2005, 2001, 2000

US Open

W x2
2001, 2000

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Personal

Currently coached by Hugo Armando; Previously coached by Eric Hechtman
Sisters are Serena, Isha (lawyer, singer), Lyndrea (actress, singer, stylist, computer science major) and Yetunde (deceased September 14, 2003); is a Jehovah's Witness, along with sisters and mother
Full name is Venus Ebony Starr Williams
After being diagnosed with Sjögren's Syndrome in 2011, adopted a vegan/raw foods diet to help decrease inflammation in her body and reduce energy-sapping symptoms of the disease (is a self-described "cheagan")
Interior design company is V Starr Interiors (www.vstarrinteriors.com); clothing line is EleVen; has written several books, most recently "Come To Win" in 2010
Favorite tennis players growing up included Pete Sampras, Boris Becker and Monica Seles; favorite players now include Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Gael Monfils and Bernard Tomic
Loves karaoke (favorite songs to sing are 6 Underground by the Sneaker Pimps, Stupid Girl by Garbage, Call Me by Blondie, Gold Dust Woman by Fleetwood Mac, Tom Sawyer by Rush and Barracuda by Heart)
Favorite books include "I Am Number Four" by Pittacus Lore, the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull, the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, comic books (especially DC) and the Bible
Favorite cities are Palm Beach Gardens, Rome, Hong Kong and Paris
Favorite designers are Ralph Lauren, Armani, Matthew Williamson and Dolce & Gabbana
Also enjoys art, Asian antiques, dancing, writing poetry, sewing, studying new subjects, getting the mail and receiving packages, being at home and playing the guitar

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner: (49): 2016 - Kaohsiung; 2015 - Auckland, Wuhan, Zhuhai; 2014 - Dubai; 2012 - Luxembourg; 2010 - Dubai, Acapulco; 2009 - Dubai, Acapulco; 2008 - Wimbledon, Zürich, WTA Finals; 2007 - Memphis, Wimbledon, Seoul; 2005 - Istanbul, Wimbledon; 2004 - Charleston, Warsaw; 2003 - Antwerp; 2002 - Gold Coast, Paris [Indoors], Antwerp, Amelia Island, Stanford, San Diego, New Haven; 2001 - Miami, Hamburg, Wimbledon, San Diego, New Haven, US Open; 2000 - Wimbledon, Stanford, San Diego, New Haven, US Open, Olympics; 1999 - Oklahoma City, Miami, Hamburg, Rome, New Haven, Zürich; 1998 - Oklahoma City, Miami, Grand Slam Cup.
Finalist (34): 2017 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, WTA Finals; 2016 - Stanford; 2014 - Auckland, Montréal, Québec City; 2010 - Miami, Madrid; 2009 - Wimbledon, Stanford, WTA Finals; 2007 - Tokyo [Japan Open]; 2005 - Antwerp, Stanford; 2004 - Berlin, Stanford; 2003 - Australian Open, Warsaw, Wimbledon; 2002 - Hamburg, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open; 2000 - Linz; 1999 - Hannover, Stanford, San Diego, Grand Slam Cup; 1998 - Sydney, Rome, Stanford, Zürich; 1997 - US Open.

DOUBLES
Winner: (22): 2016 - Wimbledon (w/S.Williams); 2012 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/S.Williams); 2010 - Australian Open, Madrid, Roland Garros (all w/S.Williams); 2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, Stanford, US Open (all w/S.Williams); 2008 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/S.Williams); 2003 - Australian Open (w/S.Williams); 2002 - Wimbledon (w/S.Williams); 2001 - Australian Open (w/S.Williams); 2000 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/S.Williams); 1999 - Hannover, Roland Garros, US Open (all w/S.Williams); 1998 - Oklahoma City, Zürich (both w/S.Williams).
Finalist (1): 1999 - San Diego (w/S.Williams).

MIXED DOUBLES
Winner (2): 1998 - Australian Open, Roland Garros (both w/Gimelstob).
Finalist (2): 2016 - Olympics (w/Ram); 2006 - Wimbledon (w/B.Bryan).

ADDITIONAL
American Fed Cup Team, 1999, 2003-05, 2007, 2012-13, 2015-16, 2018; American Olympic Team, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016.

Career in Review

Last season, fell 1r at Washington DC, Toronto, Cincinnati and US Open

Reached four QFs across 2019, including Auckland (l. eventual R-Up Andreescu), Indian Wells (l. eventual R-Up Kerber), Birmingham (l. eventual champion Barty) and Cincinnati (l. eventual champion Keys)

Scored her best win of the 2019 season at Indian Wells, ousting No.3 Kvitova in 3s. Also defeated defending champion and then-ranked No.5 Bertens in Cincinnati

Season highlights in 2018 were SF run at Indian Wells (d. S,Williams in 3r, l. eventual R-Up Kasatkina) and QF effort at Miami (l. Collins)

Winnings at Indian Wells took her career total past $40 million - S.Williams ($92 million) is the only other player to pass this milestone

Teamed up in Fed Cup for Serena's first competitive match back since giving birth in September 2017 (played dead doubles rubber, l. Kerkhove/Schuurs)

Ended 2017 season as runner-up at WTA Finals (l. Wozniacki) - the oldest player to ever reach the title bout at the season finale

Reached two other finals in 2017, at Australian Open (l. S.Williams) and Wimbledon (l. Muguruza) - only player in 2017 to reach two Grand Slam finals

Shortly after her 37th birthday, returned to Top 10 by reaching 2017 Wimbledon final, becoming (at the time) the third oldest player to rank in Top 10 in WTA history behind Billie Jean King (September 26, 1983 - 39 years, 322 days) and Martina Navratilova (December 26, 1994 - 38 years, 75 days); also surpassed by 37-year-old Serena in February 2019
During 2016 season won 49th career singles title at Kaohsiung (d. Doi). Is sixth-oldest player to win a WTA singles title, after Billie Jean King (39) at 1983 Birmingham, Kimiko Date (38) at 2009 Seoul, Serena Williams (38) at 2020 Auckland, Martina Navratilova (37) at 1994 Paris [Indoor] and Francesca Schiavone (36) at 2017 Bogotá

With 49 titles, currently 11th on list of Open Era titleholders, chasing Monica Seles (53 titles)

At Grand Slam level in 2016, advanced to SF at Wimbledon (l. Kerber) which was first time reaching that stage at a major since 2010 US Open

At 2016 Rio Olympics won silver medal in the mixed doubles (w/Ram, l. Mattek-Sands/Sock)

Returned to Top 10 for first time since March 2011 following victory in final of the 2015 WTA Elite Trophy

Was diagnosed with Sjögrens Syndrome in 2011, missing the end of that season and start of 2012

Won singles gold medal at 2000 Sydney Olympics (d. Dementieva in F); won doubles gold three times with sister Serena, at Sydney, Beijing and London

Lifted four titles - including first two majors at Wimbledon and US Open, beating Davenport in both finals - in 2000

Spent 11 weeks at World No.1 in singles (first ascended to top spot week of February 25, 2002) and topped the doubles rankings for eight weeks in 2010

Lifted maiden WTA title at 1998 Memphis (d. Kruger in F)

First career final came at 1997 US Open (l. Hingis)

Made WTA main draw debut at Oakland in 1994; as unranked WC, defeated Stafford in 1r before falling to then-world No.2 Sánchez Vicario in three sets

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Best Grand Slam Result

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2008, 2007, 2005, 2001, 2000

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2017, 2003

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2002

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2023
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R128
R128
2022
-
-
-
R128
2021
R64
R128
R64
-
2020
R128
R128
-
R128
2019
R32
R128
R128
R64
2018
R128
R128
R32
R32
2017
F
R16
F
SF
2016
R128
R16
SF
R16
2015
QF
R128
R16
QF
2014
R128
R64
R32
R32
2013
R32
R128
-
R64
2012
-
R64
R128
R64
2011
R32
-
R16
R64
2010
QF
R16
QF
SF
2009
R64
R32
F
R16
2008
QF
R32
W
QF
2007
-
R32
W
SF
2006
R128
QF
R32
-
2005
R16
R32
W
QF
2004
R32
QF
R64
R16
2003
F
R16
F
-
2002
QF
F
F
F
2001
SF
R128
W
W
2000
-
QF
W
W
1999
QF
R16
QF
SF
1998
QF
QF
QF
SF
1997
-
R64
R128
F
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Feb 25, 2002
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