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Elena Vesnina

Once again, Kerber stands between Williams, 22nd Slam title

Before looking ahead to the Wimbledon final between Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber on Saturday, take a moment to look back at the American's second-round match last week.

After dropping the opening set against Christina McHale in a ragged tiebreaker, Williams plopped herself in her sideline chair and proceeded to smack her racket repeatedly against the grass, before flinging the equipment so far behind her that it landed in the lap of a TV cameraman.

That display earned six-time Wimbledon champion Williams a $10,000 fine. And, more importantly, she has won all 10 sets she's played since.

"Sometimes when I release that energy, I get kind of calm,"...

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