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True love keeps Venus coming back for more

True love keeps Venus coming back for more

By Melanie Burton MELBOURNE, Jan 18 (REUTERS) Seven-times grand slam champion Venus Williams advanced to the third round at Melbourne Park today with a 6-3 6-2 win over Stefanie Voegele but conceded she was still troubled by an elbow injury that forced her to pull out of the women's doubles.
The 13th-seeded American, who had been scheduled to team up with sister Serena, was close to tears as she talked about the injury that also saw her skip her only warm-up tournament in Auckland two weeks ago.

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