The illustration drew widespread criticism over claims it was ‘racist’.Read the full story ›
Serena Williams recorded a version of the Divinyls' hit I Touch Myself, to encourage women to check themselves for breast cancer.Read the full story ›
Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight has faced a barrage of criticism over his depiction of the tennis star.Read the full story ›
Australian cartoonist Mark Knight told critics "don't bring gender into it" after facing criticism for his cartoon of Serena Williams.Read the full story ›
The WTA has backed up Serena Williams' claim of sexism in the way she was treated by the umpire during her defeat in the US Open final.Read the full story ›
Naomi Osaka won her first grand slam title as Serena Williams suffered an extraordinary meltdown in the US Open final.Read the full story ›
Germany's Angelique Kerber has won the Wimbledon women's singles title, beating seven-time champion Serena Williams 6-3 6-3 in the final.Read the full story ›
Serena Williams put on a superb display of power and athleticism to reach her 30th grand slam singles final.
The 23-time champion, who will equal Margaret Court's all-time record if she beats Kerber on Saturday, needed just an hour and 10 minutes to defeat Julia Goerges 6-2 6-4.
Williams, who gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia just over 10 months ago, produced the most impressive display of her comeback and will now attempt to stage a repeat of the 2016 final, when she defeated German Kerber.
Serena Williams says she is getting closer to being back to her best ahead of the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
The seven-time champion faces Italian world number 52 Camila Giorgi for a place in the last four in only her fourth tournament since giving birth to daughter Olympia in September.
After sweeping aside Russian Evgeniya Rodina 6-2 6-2 on Centre Court, Williams, 36, had an ominous warning for her rivals.
She said: "I feel like I'm getting to where I want to be.
"For me, there's so much further I want to go to get back where I was, and hopefully go beyond that.
"I'm getting there. I don't think I'm there yet. I feel like it takes time to get there.
"I'm always striving for perfection. There's a lot of things that, I don't know if you can tell, but I really need to work on. Hopefully, I can get there."
Williams, currently the world number 181 having slipped down the rankings following her maternity leave, is the lowest-ranked player to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals in the open era.
Seventh seed Karolina Pliskova's defeat to Kiki Bertens means that none of the top eight are in the quarter-finals for the first time since the All England Club introduced seedings in 1927.
The peer said that motherhood should be no hindrance to pursuing a career.Read the full story ›