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Thiem seeks to end Serena row with mixed doubles offer

SBS Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Thiem, who finished runner-up at Roland Garros, was left fuming after being asked to make way for Williams at a post-match news conference following her third round defeat in the first week of the tournament.
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News video: Player Who Insulted Serena Wants To Play Mixed Doubles With Her

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Dominic Thiem has said he wants to play doubles with Serena Williams at the upcoming Wimbledon Championships. Thiem and Williams went viral at the French Open after the Austrian player was kicked out of a press conference to make way for the American, who had just been dumped out of the tournament....

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