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Australia Open: Angelique Kerber has Serena Williams in sights

Zee News Wednesday, 11 January 2017
The German left-hander stunned the American powerhouse at Melbourne Park last year, upsetting her in the final and ultimately dethroning her as the top ranked player in the world.
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