Serena Williams takes court for what could be her last major

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Monday, Serena Williams takes the court at the U.S. Open to compete in what is expected to be the last Grand Slam of her legendary career. No one denies that she's changed the game and many consider her the greatest tennis player of all time. Sportswriter William C. Rhoden joins Amna Nawaz to discuss Williams' accomplishments and legacy.

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