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It looks like Serena Williams is taking it all.
Williams has announced his intention to retire after this season, with the US Open widely expected as his final event.
So she will play once again with her sister.
The US Open announced that the Williams sisters have accepted a wild card entry in the US Open doubles tournament at Flushing Meadows.
It will be the first time the sisters have teamed up since Roland Garros 2018. The two have won 14 doubles titles – the second most in women’s doubles history – but not since 2016 at Wimbledon.
They won twice at Flushing Meadows together (1999 and 2009) and won three Olympic gold medals together (2000, 2008, 2012). They have never lost a Grand Slam doubles final.
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Serena will begin her quest for a 24th Grand Slam on Monday night against Danka Kovinic, which would tie Margaret Court for the most of all time. Venus could win her eighth, and her first-round match is Tuesday afternoon against Alison Van Uytvanck.
Serena has won six US Opens and made 10 finals. Venus is 2-1 in the US Open final, going 1-1 against her younger sister.
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The doubles tournament begins on Wednesday.