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Venus Williams News Archive
Congrats to Serena Williams!
The 33-year-old tennis player defeated her sister Venus Williams in the final round of Wimbledon, after Venus made a return from battling an autoimmune disease. Serena helped seal the deal with impressive 109mph and 105mph aces! Yowsa!
Together, the sisters have now won five Wimbledon titles.
Following the win, Wimbledon's official account tweeted out:
The BET Awards are going high class this year.
Naturally, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, and Kendrick Lamar were also up for awards for their work this year, while Chris Brown, who was on hand at the announcement ceremony, is once again up for Best Male R&B Artist.
Drake should get the honorary team player award- he's featured on FOUR of the noms for Best Collaboration!
You can see the full list of nominees in all categories …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant lost the NBA Finals to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, but he took home Sportsman of the Year anyway.
You don't need to win a championship to be considered a winner and these two fantastic role models for every young athlete prove that!
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The stars came out in force Monday night to support the Miami Dolphins in their season opener against the Indianapolis Colts at the Miami Land Shark Stadium.
Says Anthony, "I bought a condo today in Miami. When we are through decorating the condo, it will be the sexiest place in town! We are not selling our homes in New York or Los Angeles, we are just adding Miami. Now that I am involved with the Dolphins, I am busy working and see a different set of stresses than I experience being a father. So I want to be close by. And we love Miami."
Though despite all the star power at the stadium, the Dolphins still managed to lose 27-23.
We hope all the new part owners didn't invest too much!
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Usually when Venus and Serena Williams play against each other, it's a shitty match to watch.
Thankfully, that wasn't the case at the Wimbledon Women's Finals on Saturday.
This time, Venus prevailed.
After losing five Grand Slam titles to her little sister, V took the prized Wimbledon title 7-5, 6-4.
AND, the Williams sisters also won the women's doubles championship.
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