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‘A career of pushing boundaries': How Serena Williams has rewritten rules for women in tennis
Sportswriter Liz Clarke analyzes the U.S. Open women's final controversy, where tennis Serena Williams was fined $17,000 for violations, and what it means for the future of female tennis players.
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