„Every day, you know, you learn something new about someone. I think that's what life is about, it's about learning something new every day. A partner for me that will be lifetime. She's just a great individual and incredibly powerful woman.“

—  Серена Уильямс, usopen.org http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interviews/2014-08-30/201408301409438446669.html
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американская теннисистка 1981
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