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Serena Looks Fitter Than Ever

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Serena Williams has struggled with injuries, over the past few years, but she is looking to be getting back to her best, and will be highly fancied going into the French Open. Place a bet at for a chance at a big payout.

The 30-year-old has won 27 Grand Slam titles in an illustrious career but, since July 2010, she has struggled with problems. First, she stepped on broken glass while in a restaurant, an incident that turned out to be serious, keeping her out for the rest of that year.

Following that was a hematoma and a pulmonary embolism that kept her on the sidelines for much of 2011. Throughout the entire year, she only played six tournaments, but won two titles.

Right now, Williams is back and looking fitter than she has ever been. The American star thrashed all before her, on her way to winning the Madrid Open, proving her quality by dismantling world number two, Maria Sharapova, and the number one, Victoria Azarenka.

On clay, Williams now boasts a record of 13-0 for the season. She admits a love for the court, despite people previously doubting her play. That should worry her rivals, as they run into the second Grand Slam of the season, the French Open.

Williams said: "I actually love the clay, but my results haven't been stellar. I have won the French Open and lots of clay court tournaments though. It is really a myth about me not liking clay. I like it more than grass, which is weird. Hopefully I can start doing better."

Despite stating her love of clay, the statistics show that Serena is not at home at the French Open. She has not won the competition since 2002, and only twice in 10 attempts has she reached the quarterfinals.

Given how Williams has looked recently, there might not be too many people backing her opponents at Roland Garros. Serena is currently the favourite to win in France. Get great odds with

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