Tennis player Serena Williams took on No. 1 seed Roger Federer at Roland Garros to become the first female player to make the Wimbledon final.
Williams took the clay court title at Wimbledon on Sunday, becoming the first player in history to take both singles titles at the event.
Williams also won a second clay title at Roland in 2015, and the ATP title in 2015 and 2016.
The US Open has been on the verge of a historic return for Williams since it hosted its first event in 1980.
Williams, 23, was ranked as high as No. 4 in the world by ESPN and the No. 8 seed in the ATP rankings at the time.
But after suffering through a second straight back injury, she fell out of contention for the US Open.
Williams finished in the top 10 at Wimens with three straight wins over compatriots Novak Djokovic and Novak Federer in 2016 and 2017.
Williams finished her career with more Grand Slam singles titles than any other player in the sport’s history.