Fatigued by her illness, Venus Williams offered little resistance in quick second-round loss at the French Open, one of five American women to fall.
Age and health problems have knocked Venus and Serena Williams from the top of the tennis world. Let's appreciate their final years.
Venus Williams has learned to live with Sjogren's syndrome. And now she's slowly learning how to win with it.
Will Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova meet in the French Open final? It's just one of the things we're watching from the women's draw.
Kim Clijsters, Andy Roddick, Serena Williams look to find a groove at the Sony Ericsson Open after injury layoffs.
While it's only one match, Venus Williams' return to the court Friday was the first test passed on a path of unknowns for the tennis star.
It makes perfect sense Venus and Serena Williams would make their comebacks to tennis together, after months-long layoffs due injury and illness, on consecutive days at the Sony Ericsson Open.
Wednesday was a big step on the road to re-establishing Venus Williams' career, as she showed little rust, fatigue -- or mercy for that matter -- in taking out Kimiko Date-Krumm, 6-0, 6-3.