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Australian Open: Serena Williams retreats after walkout mix-up

BBC Sport Monday, 21 January 2019
Australian Open: Serena Williams retreats after walkout mix-upSerena Williams is forced to turn back as she walks onto court while her opponent, Simona Halep, is being announced ahead of their fourth round match at the Australian Open.
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News video: Karolina Pliskova Advances After Stealing Serena Williams' Lead

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Serena Williams insists that she did not choke after Business Insider reports that she "threw away a 5-1 lead" in the third set of an Australian Open against Karolina Pliskova. After the Wednesday match, the tennis veteran instead admitted that Pliskova "played her best tennis ever." Serena explains,...

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