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Serena clinches record, no final major tally in mind

Serena clinches record, no final major tally in mind
Serena Williams clinches record

By Nick Mulvenney MELBOURNE, Jan 28 (REUTERS) Serena Williams said it was a "great feeling" to surpass Steffi Graf as the most prolific grand slam champion of the open era at the Australian Open today and was not prepared to put a number on the haul of titles she might end up with.
The 35-year-old, who won her first major at the US Open in 1999, drew level with Graf's tally of 22 at Wimbledon last year and edged ahead of the German with her 6-4 6-4 victory over her sister Venus on Rod Laver Arena today.

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