Merlisa Lawrence Corbett

sports journalist and author of “Serena Williams: Tennis Champion, Sports Legend, and Cultural Heroine”

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Tennis player Naomi Osaka took home her second Australian Open title over the weekend. She is one of only seven current players — male or female — to win four Grand Slams.

Serena Williams paved the way for Naomi Osaka on and off the tennis court

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