Serena Williams, who becomes the oldest player to be ranked world number one in WTA Tour history on Monday, believes she can go on extending that record for some time.
Serena Williams of the US serves to Czech Republic's Petra Kvitova during their WTA Qatar Open quarter-final on February 15, 2013 in the Qatari capital Doha. Williams, who becomes the oldest player to be ranked world number one in WTA Tour history, believes she can go on extending that record for some time.
Williams, who made sure of the accolade by reaching the Qatar Open semi-finals yesterday, is at 31 years and five months, already six months older than the previous record-holder Chris Evert, and has plans to continue indefinitely.
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