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Wimbledon champion Serena Williams insists she can cope with the pressure of going for an historic calendar Grand Slam on home turf at the U.S. Open.Williams is within touching distance of becoming the first woman since Steffi Graf in 1988 to win all four major titles in the same year after her sixth Wimbledon triumph.Serena had barely finished parading the Venus Rosewater Dish around Centre Court before her thoughts turned to New York and the tantalizing prospect of becoming only the fourth woman ever to complete a calender year sweep of the sport's top prizes.Williams was pushed to her limits time and again at Wimbledon as she survived a treacherous draw that included showdowns with former world No. 1s Maria Sharapova, Victoria Azarenka and sister Venus.Serena's latest triumph triggered accolades from across the sporting world, with some claiming the American should now be hailed as the greatest female athlete of all time.Asked how much longer she can sustain her remarkably dominant run, Williams – who has a 39-1 record in 2015 – sent an ominous message to her rivals.
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