Venus won their second round clash in Australia in 1998 but Serena, bidding for a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title, has built up an advantage over the last two decades, enjoying a 17-12 head-to-head superiority. It was a win that will pit the Williams sisters against one another in the next round, as Serena will play Venus. I'm always living in a fantasy world.
In other action, Sloane Stephens made it through after being taken to three sets by Anhelina Kalinina of Ukraine, the defending champion eventually winning 4-6, 7-5, 6-2.
Another commented: "If Serena Williams can nail a break point in a lavender tutu against someone thirteen years her junior in this NY heat, I guess I can put on some underwear in my apartment".
"It's obviously a tough match", Serena added. We would have liked to have played later but it is what it is.
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"I felt the energy definitely". "But whoever you're feeling like - me or Venus - it'll work". "That love-40 game at four all was not looking good and you guys really got me through that". "They are such different individuals and such different characters on the court". I had to make them to own them [laughs].
"With Serena, we have one of our generation's most powerful, inspiring athletes as the muse, I was trying to embody her spirit and bring something compelling and fresh to tennis", said Abloh in a statement.
Estonia's Kaia Kanepi followed up her first round win over world number one Simona Halep by seeing off Jil Teichmann of Switzerland, 6-4, 6-3.