Capriati: She had a vendetta
WIMBLEDON, England -- Serena Williams was still breathing hard moments after her quarterfinal victory here on Wednesday, sweat glistening on her forehead. Wide-eyed, she stopped briefly for a BBC interviewer.
"I was very surprised," Williams said, looking the part. "It's a good moment for me in my career."
Indeed, when the history of Wimbledon is written, her searing 6-1, 6-1 victory against Jennifer Capriati will be viewed as the moment of critical mass when Williams ...
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