Venus Williams in good form for Bausch & Lomb


Venus Williams says that she feels good and that she is satisfied with her performance in Memphis and Miami. We will see her at the Bausch & Lomb Champinship today when her opponent in the first round will be Aravane Rezai of France. Let me just remind you that Williams won this tournament in 2002 when she was world’s No. 2 female tennis player. At present she is No. 32, but here’s what she has to say about her future plans:

“I’m very eager to get my ranking up but realize I have to wait and quite possibly have to play more tournaments, or I have to stay in there and win the big tournaments like (sister) Serena.

“I just have to be patient … but I want it tomorrow,” she said.

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