File - As the holder of the U.S., Australian and French Open titles, Williams is seven wins away from holding all four majors at the same time.
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Twelve months on from making the most bizarre of exits from Wimbledon, drama queen Serena Williams will be back at the All England Club next week eager to complete the "Serena Slam".It was a case of deja vu at this year's French Open when a clearly out-of-sorts Williams again struggled to stay on her feet during her semifinal against Timea Bacsinszky.While her desire to win at all costs allowed the American to keep alive her dreams of completing a non-calendar Grand Slam, tennis great Chris Evert believes Williams cannot afford such slips-ups at Wimbledon, where the slick surface can be unforgiving.With only Steffi Graf (22) and Margaret Court (24) ahead of her in the list of all-time slam winners, Williams knows that she has only limited time left to climb on top of that list.
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