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Venus and Serena Williams Mysteriously Withdraw From Doubles at Australian Open

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Venus-and-Serena-By Sam Turner

When the Williams sisters pair up for a doubles match, they are a force to be reckoned with. Individually, they are amazing tennis players but they have built quite a reputation for themselves in the doubles matches as well. Unfortunately, this year we will not be seeing Venus and Serena Williams playing at the Australian open.

On Wednesday morning, the sisters withdrew from the women’s doubles in Melbourne, Australia. The sisters are four time champions at the Australian open and there was a lot of excitement about whether they would take the trophy home, once again.

Venus and Serena were schedule to play their first round match on Wednesday and withdrew shortly before that. They were going to play Spain’s Anabel Medina Garrigues and Kazakhstan’s Yaroslava Shvedova.
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While tournament officials have confirmed that the Williams sisters have withdrawn from the doubles competition, they were not able to specify a reason.

On Tuesday, both sisters won their individual matches in the first round of the singles matches.
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Most people would speculate that the sisters had withdrawn due to illness or injury but the fact that they both played and won their singles matches the day before withdrawing means that is probably not the reason. Also, most withdrawals due to injury are typically announced as such. The sisters both have had serious injuries and illnesses that threatened their tennis careers and at some points, even their lives.
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Neither one of the sisters have made a statement as to why they have chosen to withdraw from the doubles competition. We wish them well in their singles matches.