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>> Serena Williams is officially the queen of tennis. Her third round win at Saturday's US Open in New York City, making her the woman with the most grand slam victories in modern tennis history, with a total of 307. The path to the record books has not been without challenges though.
Who can forget last year's US Open, when she failed to snag the rare feat of winning all four major events in one season? This may be her year of redemption. So far, Serena has taken down her challengers during the tournament with ease. And with more matches to go, Serena is not only on the road for a record seventh US Open title, she could soon surpass Roger Federer to become the most winningest player ever, male or female.