Earlier in July, Serena Williams appeared at Wimbledon and won her fifth singles title. She was back at Wimbledon again on Saturday, this time competing in the Olympics with a different goal in mind: winning a gold medal.
She is one step closer after she advanced to the second round after beating Serbia's Jelena Jankovic in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1.
Williams was dominant in the match winning 56 total points with eight aces in comparison to Jankovic's one. Serena also had 20 total winner's to her opponents 11, six of those coming on her forehand and three on her backhand.
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