Serena never let up for a second
LONDON -- An ill wind blows for anyone who faces Serena Williams across the net this summer. Saturday, it swirled around Centre Court during the women's singles gold medal match, altering the flight of any ball hit with less than maximum pace. As the medals were being presented, a rogue gust detached the U.S. flag -- which hung higher than the others, as most would have anticipated -- from its horizontal perch and sent it sailing into the stands.
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