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Serena Williams is the overwhelming favorite to win her third French Open Saturday but after a tournament of surprises and an untimely bout of illness for the American, Czech Lucie Safarova will sense a rare opportunity.World No. 1 Williams, 33, could not practice Friday, still suffering from an illness that left her coughing and spluttering during her three-set semifinal win over Swiss Timea Bacsinszky.Williams has labored to the final, losing the first set in four of her six matches against opponents with an average world ranking of 67 .The outcome, as it usually is when Williams is playing, will largely be decided by her racket.
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