Venus Williams feeling fit, healthy for new season (Yahoo Sports)
Venus Williams says she’s as fit and healthy as she has been in years and hopes to turn a dream into reality when she starts her season at the Auckland WTA tournament from Monday. The seven-time grand slam winner arrived in Auckland from Los Angeles on Friday and said her aim was to reach the Auckland final. Williams said ”the other day I dreamed I had a win and I woke up and realized I hadn’t even played a round.
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