American Serena Williams beats Sister Venus, Inching Closer to Historic 22 th Grand Slam Title

American Serena Williams beats Sister Venus in US Open 2015

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The Women Tennis world number one, American Serena Williams, has defeated sister Venus Williams in quarter finals. The win puts her  closer to achieving a World record, with her 22th Grand Slam title. Earlier this year, Serena Williams has won her sixth Wimbledon and  her fifth French Open. With the Wimbledon single, she won, for the second time in her career, four straight majors.. If she wins the US Open, she will equal Steffi Graf's Open Era record of 22. 

Both Serena and Venus Williams played arguably one of their best games.  It was not an easy night for any of the sisters. But, ultimately, one had to win. Serena 

confirmed her prowess and mastery of the game. Venus appeared to be more at ease, but as time went, Serena played an explosive and determined game. 

 Serena Williams beat Venus Williams, 6-2, 1-6, 6-3. Serena said after the win, "It was a tough game.... Venus is  the toughest competitor...I was on the defensive...We try to give each other the best match."

 Serena Williams, 33, already in tennis and sports history, has pushed closer to adding another star to her crown.

Go girl!