Serena Williams of the US gestures during her women's singles match against Taiwan's Hsieh Su-Wei on day three of the 2016 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 20, 2016. AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS
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Serena Williams expects her sister Venus to be back at Melbourne Park next year for a 17th crack at winning the Australian Open, the American world number one said on Wednesday.Serena, who cruised past Hsieh Su-wei into the third round on day three, said she had been watching television when her sister lost but had no reason to believe it would be the seven-time grand slam champion's Melbourne farewell.Serena said she would be tapping up her sister for information about her next opponent, world number 69 Daria Kasatkina.
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