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    Serena, Venus reunite in doubles for first time in two years as Williams sisters compete at French Open 

    May 25, 2018
    Serena and Venus Williams are teaming up for the first time in a major in two years. AP

    PARIS — Two-time champions Serena and Venus Williams will compete in doubles at the French Open.

    The American sisters were handed a wild-card entry on Thursday into the tournament they won together in 1999 and in 2010.

    They have not played doubles together at a major since they won Wimbledon two years ago.

    The sisters are also expected to compete in singles.

    The clay-court Grand Slam tournament starts on Sunday (Monday, Manila time).

    The French Open will mark Serena Williams' first major tournament in more than a year. A three-time champion in singles, she hasn't played at a Grand Slam event since winning the Australian Open in January 2017, while pregnant.

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