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Williams strikes her backhand groundstroke using an open stance, and uses the same open stance for her forehand.
Williams's aggressive play, a "high risk" style, is balanced in part by her serve, which most say is the greatest in women's tennis history.
Braasch beat both Williams sisters, playing a single set against each. Williams lost in the third round of the 1999 Australian Open to Sandrine Testud.
A month later, Williams won her first professional singles title when she defeated Amélie Mauresmo in the final of the Open Gaz de France in Paris.
Experiences of racism also drove this experience, as Richard Williams had heard white parents talk about the Williams sisters in a derogatory manner during tournaments.
In 1995, when Williams was in the ninth grade, her father pulled his daughters out of Macci's academy and, from then on, took over all coaching at their home.
Williams has shown an ability to serve aces at critical moments.
One of these instances was the 2013 French Open final, where in the last game of the match, she fired three aces, including one which clocked at 123 In 1995 just after turning 14, Williams planned to make her professional debut as a wild-card entry in the Bank of the West Classic in Oakland, California, but was denied by the WTA due to age-eligibility restrictions of the organization.
In March of that year, at the Evert Cup in California, Williams won her first Tier I title, defeating Steffi Graf in the final.
Her 39 major titles puts her joint-third on the all-time list and second in the Open Era: 23 in singles, 14 in women's doubles, and two in mixed doubles.
She is the most recent female player to have held all four Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously (2002––15) and the third player to achieve this twice, after Rod Laver and Graf.
Macci did not always agree with Williams's father, but respected that "he treated his daughters like kids, allowed them to be little girls".
Richard stopped sending his daughters to national junior tennis tournaments when Williams was 10, since he wanted them to go slowly and to focus on school work.