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#HipHopEdition: One Has To Go BMJ Aftershow – Secret's Out: Kara Knows What's Up! Hip Hop Awards 17 Nominees Rate the Bars With N.O.R.E. FWD: Ella Mai Is the Soulstress of the Future Hip-Hop Hates Me: The Complexity in Being a Woman ‘For the Culture’ Exclusive: Watch Halle Berry React to Trey Songz Sliding Into Her DMs ‘for the Culture’ Detroit: Anthony Mackie Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah Talk Reuniting on Film In Bed With Hennessy Almanzar Gabby Sidibe Test Drives Fenty Beauty to Prove It's For All Skin Tones I Got Non-Invasive Plastic Surgery to Cheat My Way to a Toned Tummy Maxine Waters Reclaiming Her Time Just Became Everyone's New Summer '17 Mantra Serena Williams Laid Out the Blueprint on 'How Black Women Can Close the Pay Gap' in This Moving Essay Terrifying Viral Video Shows Ohio State Fair Ride Malfunction in Mid-Air, Killing One and Injuring Many Being Mary Jane Black Girls Rock! 50 Central Being Mary JaneBLACK GIRLS ROCK50 CENTRALPublished August 29, 2011Serena Williams’ latest surge couldn’t have come at a more opportune time. The one-time No. 1 women’s tennis player has won her last two tournaments — the Rogers Cup and the Bank of the West Classic — and has recently jumped from No. 80 to No. 31 in the WTA rankings. Now if only Williams can carry that momentum into the U.S. Open, which kicks off Monday. Many believe Williams played so well in the two hard-court tournament wins that she should be one of the favorites in the U.S. Open, where she has been champion three times. Williams, who has won 13 major championships, comes into the U.S. Open seeded No. 28. The high seed means the 29-year-old could face one of the top eight players in the tournament by the third round. “It hurts the field, is what it does. It really doesn't hurt Serena as much as it hurts the other players. One of the top seeds will get her in the third round,” tennis announcer and 18-time major champion Chris Evert said in an Associated Press story. “I think they could have made a much better judgment call.” Whatever the case, Williams seems poised to make an impact in her first U.S. Open competition since 2009 when she infamously had a meltdown on a line judge. Williams missed the 2010 U.S. Open after sitting out for almost a year with a foot injury. Williams has just played in four tournaments since returning to tennis this summer. Contact Terrance Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter @Terranceharris (Photo: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)Written by Terrance Harris TRENDING IN NEWS California Congresswoman Maxine Waters puts her foot down by reclaiming her time."Black women: Be fearless. Speak out for equal pay."Video captured at the Ohio state fair shows a ride malfunction and fall apart.
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