Plenty of time to get to 20 or more Grand Slam titles: Serena

ANI Paris, May 24 (ANI): Thirty-three-year-old tennis star Serena Williams believes that she still has plenty of time to achieve the cherished goal of setting a new all-time record of Grand Slam singles title wins. Having bagged her 19th title at the Australian Open in January this year, Serena is just three shy of the Open-era record of 22 set by Germany's Steffi Graf and five short of the all-…

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