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Serena Williams and her competitive comeback continued at Indian Wells as the 23-time grand slam champion earned a memorable third-round showdown with sister Venus. "Everything is a bonus".

Controversy brewed in 2001 when the sisters were scheduled to meet in the semi-finals of Indian Wells but Venus withdrew, handing Serena a walkover. She won her first service game to love and flexed her muscles early on with a 100mph serve. "For me, it's a real joy to be out here", Serena said.

Muguruza took a 3-0 lead in the second set and appeared headed to the third round at Indian Wells, but the 22-year-old fought back. Venus did not end her boycott until the following year.

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Australian Open - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia - early 29/1/17 Serena Williams of the USA poses with the Women's singles trophy after winning her final match. "We can always stay in the tournament longer if the both of us are in the tournament".

Williams told reporters after the match, "It was incredible".

"But I have to play a seed regardless, sooner than later most times for the next couple of tournaments". Fans who felt cheated of a chance to see the siblings play, thinking it was a tactic orchestrated by their father Richard, booed Serena during her final triumph against Kim Clijsters. To combat all the negativity she faces, Williams and Nike created a powerful new ad in which the proud new wife and mother proudly claims there's no right or wrong way to be a woman. "When she's missing, it's not by much". However, nerves began to kick in and she started to produce untimely unforced errors, allowing Williams to break back ultimately.

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Serena, 36 and vying to become the first woman to win three Indian Wells titles, clinched the victory against Bertens on her second match point when Bertens blasted a forehand wide.

Her average first- and second-serve speeds were superior to Williams's on Saturday, and she tried and failed to serve for the opening set before Williams eventually prevailed in a tiebreaker.

"I'm really happy that I won this first-round match". They are emotionally and psychologically fraught.

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"Obviously I wish it was anybody else in the draw, literally anybody, but that's O.K.", Serena Williams said of their latest rematch. "I'm just out here on this journey and doing the best I can".

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