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Wimbledon buzz: Potential All-Williams final


Nick McCarvel, Special for USA TODAY Sports
2:05 a.m. EDT July 6, 2016

Tennis Channel’s Kris Budden breaks down the women’s tennis semifinals and the possibility of having a Venus-Serena Williams final.
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WIMBLEDON, England — The main news conference room inside the Millennium Building at Wimbledon was as full as it has been this entire tournament. At the microphone? Venus Williams.

“Semifinals feels good,” Venus said, breaking into an easy smile. “It doesn’t feel foreign at all.”

What once was familiar territory is where the 36-year-old Venus is treading again at the All England Club, five times a champion here, but not into the final four of any Grand Slam since the 2010 U.S. Open.

She changed that on Tuesday, a straight-set winner as sister Serena, the world No. 1, stepped on court to begin what would be a straight-set win for her, as well.

The Williams sisters are back in the semifinals of a major — and a pair of wins away from facing each other for a Grand Slam trophy, which would be the first time…

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