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At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Williams became only the second player to win Olympic gold medals in both singles and doubles at the same Olympic Games, after Helen Wills Moody in 1924.
With 49 singles titles, Williams trails only Serena among active players on the WTA Tour.
She reached the quarterfinals in three of the Tier I events – the State Farm Evert Cup in Indian Wells, California, the European Indoor Championships in Zürich, and the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. 9 Iva Majoli in the third round for her first win over a player ranked in the top 10. She made her debut in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament at the French Open, reaching the second round before losing to Nathalie Tauziat.
She then lost in the first round of Wimbledon to Magdalena Grzybowska.
At the US Open, Williams defeated fourth-seeded Sánchez Vicario in the quarterfinals before losing to second seeded and eventual champion Davenport in the semifinals.
Williams played four tournaments in the remainder of 1998.
Williams has won four Olympic gold medals, one in singles and three in women's doubles, along with a silver medal in mixed doubles, pulling even with Kathleen Mc Kane Godfree for the most Olympic medals won by a male or female tennis player.
Williams played five events in 1996, falling in the first round four times but reaching the third round in Los Angeles, before losing to No. Williams played 15 tour events in 1997, including five Tier I tournaments. Her ranking broke into the top 100 on April 14, 1997.
In her first Tier I event of the year, Williams lost in the semifinals of the State Farm Evert Cup in Indian Wells to No. The following week, Williams won the Tier I Lipton International Players Championships in Key Biscayne, Florida, defeating No. On March 30, 1998, her ranking broke into the top 10 for the first time, at No. Williams played only one tournament on clay before the 1998 French Open.
At the Italian Open in Rome, she defeated sister Serena in the quarterfinals and No.
At the 2017 Wimbledon Championships, Williams extended her record as the all-time leader, male or female, in Grand Slams played, with 75.
With her run to the 2017 Wimbledon singles final, she broke the record for longest time between first and most recent grand slam singles finals appearances.