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Williams Doubles Quick Statistic

After Wimbledon 2012, Venus and Serena won their 60th match in their last 63 matches.

60-3 (95%).

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And that last loss was in a SuperTB.

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Serena - Venus - Jankovic - Li - Watson - Petkovic - Hsieh - Stephens
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Last time they lost in straight sets is 1999 San Diego Final to Davenport/Morariu. I think that is a great stat of how strong of a team they are.


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Very impressive.

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Last time they lost in straight sets is 1999 San Diego Final to Davenport/Morariu. I think that is a great stat of how strong of a team they are.
2002 Tokyo quarters to Sanchez-Vicario / Kuznetsova, still very impressive!

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2002 Tokyo quarters to Sanchez-Vicario / Kuznetsova, still very impressive!
That was Serena/Navratilova.

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That was Serena/Navratilova.
Exactly. I am talking Venus/Serena together. If I meant individually Venus has lost plenty in straight sets since 1999


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Exactly. I am talking Venus/Serena together. If I meant individually Venus has lost plenty in straight sets since 1999
Who has Venus partnered other than Serena? All I can think of is Wozniacki but that was an exhibition. Also Raymond in Fed Cup.

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Who has Venus partnered other than Serena? All I can think of is Wozniacki but that was an exhibition. Also Raymond in Fed Cup.
Wozniacki in 2008 Doha (you're thinking of Hong Kong, which they played too but it doesn't matter here), 2007 Fed Cup with Lisa, 2005 Fed Cup dead rubber with Morariu. Then Huber at this year's Fed Cup, but that was a win and Rubin at 2004 Olympics but that was a 3 set loss to eventual Gold Medalists Li/Sun.


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very very impressive

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