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>> For the first time in eight years, sisters Serena and Venus Williams will compete against each other in a grand slam tournament finals, when each takes center court at the Australian open, Saturday. Serena having cruised past Mirjana Lučić-Baroni in Thursday's semi-final round. With Venus edging out fellow California native, Coco Vandeweghe.
So exuberant from her victory she practically danced around the court. Understandable, as Saturday will mark Venus' first Major finals appearance since 2009. Capping an astounding Australian Open run for the 36 year old, who plummeted in the rankings in recent years as she struggled with an autoimmune disease. The sisters often play doubles together, but the head to head match will be historic, showcasing the oldest women's grand slam final in the open era, with Serena, who's 35, telling reporters quote, this is probably the moment of our careers so far.