wow it's bitter to be the older sister i guess! poor venus! I like Serena better, but i feel sorry for Venus of losing all those matches to younger sis!
1998 Australian Open Hard (O) 64 Venus WILLIAMS 6-7(4) 1-6
1998 Rome Clay (O) QF Venus WILLIAMS 4-6 2-6
1999 Key Biscayne Hard (O) FR Venus WILLIAMS 1-6 6-4 4-6
1999 Grand Slam Cup Hard (I) FR Serena WILLIAMS 6-1 3-6 6-3
2000 Wimbledon Grass (O) SF Venus WILLIAMS 2-6 6-7
2001 U.S. Open Hard (O) FR Venus WILLIAMS 2-6 4-6
2002 Miami Hard (O) SF Serena WILLIAMS 6-2 6-2
2002 Roland Garros Clay (O) FR Serena WILLIAMS 7-5 6-3
2002 Wimbledon Grass (O) FR Serena WILLIAMS 7-6(4) 6-3
2002 U.S. Open Hard (O) FR Serena WILLIAMS 6-4 6-3
2003 Australian Open Hard (O) FR Serena WILLIAMS 7-6(4) 3-6 6-4
I think it's OK because older siblings often take pride in the achievements of their younger siblings, more than the other way round. Of course that's a terrible generalisation and I'm sure in many families it's the other way round, or both do, or they are just out and out rivals!
Well they are both very similar in talents, there is no rule that says that Venus has to win more than Serena. If serena wins more grandslams than Venus, I don't think Venus will be so down because she was the older sister and blah blah.
I think the starter of the thread wants to start something
Furthermore, Venus and Serena make more money than there older sister, I guess their older sisters should be bitter and jealous uh?
I don't think it's fair to include the Grand Slam Cup matchups in any head-to-head... yes, almost every magazine and newspaper will be quick to include them but that event (now extinct) was not an official WTA tournament at all. I consider it an exhibition, so actually Serena and Venus stand at 5-5 (assuming the rest of the list is complete and correct).