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Serena Williams #1 Woman tennis player in the world, holding the 2013 French Open Championship Trophy in Paris, London.  Serena leads all active women with her 16 major titles. She's the favorite to win Wimbledon for the 6th time. Serena is the only player to have achieved a Career Golden Slam in both singles & doubles, & is regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time.

Serena Williams #1 Woman tennis player in the world, holding the 2013 French Open Championship Trophy in Paris, London. Serena leads all active women with her 16 major titles. She's the favorite to win Wimbledon for the 6th time. Serena is the only player to have achieved a Career Golden Slam in both singles & doubles, & is regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time.

"This isn't about the fact that Williams isn't tall, slim and a size two. It's about the fact that she isn't white."

"This isn't about the fact that Williams isn't tall, slim and a size two. It's about the fact that she isn't white."

Venus Williams became vegan to combat the little known autoimmune disease called Sjogren's syndrome. It was an adjustment for the steak lover, but Williams told CBS that her new diet, which includes a lot of vegetable juicing and wheatgrass shots, has made "a big difference."  Against the odds, Williams, 32, returned to tennis in 2012 and won a gold medal at the London Olympics, alongside her sister and doubles partner.

Diet like the stars for better health

Venus Williams became vegan to combat the little known autoimmune disease called Sjogren's syndrome. It was an adjustment for the steak lover, but Williams told CBS that her new diet, which includes a lot of vegetable juicing and wheatgrass shots, has made "a big difference." Against the odds, Williams, 32, returned to tennis in 2012 and won a gold medal at the London Olympics, alongside her sister and doubles partner.

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