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Serena Williams wins 3rd singles match at Hopman Cup

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PERTH, Jan 3: Serena Williams stepped up her Australian Open preparations with a straight-sets victory over Britain�s Katie Boulter on Thursday to complete an unbeaten Hopman Cup campaign in singles.

Williams cooled off after a strong start but prevailed with a 6-1, 7-6 (2) victory in 78 minutes to level the tie between the United States and Britain in Group B.

Britain, however, won the tie when Boulter and playing partner Cameron Norrie had a comeback 3-4 (2), 4-3 (4), 4-1 victory over Williams and Frances Tiafoe in the mixed doubles. The 37-year-old Williams� hopes for a record third Hopman Cup title ended when the United States were eliminated after losses to Greece and Roger Federer-led Switzerland.

Defending champions Switzerland has a good chance to make the final ahead of its clash later on Thursday against Greece, which remain a mathematical chance. Hosts Australia and tournament favourites Germany will battle for a place in the decider in Group A action on Friday.

Williams slowly built momentum in her first tournament back since the US Open Final in September as she eyes a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title in Melbourne. � AP

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Serena Williams wins 3rd singles match at Hopman Cup

PERTH, Jan 3: Serena Williams stepped up her Australian Open preparations with a straight-sets victory over Britain�s Katie Boulter on Thursday to complete an unbeaten Hopman Cup campaign in singles.

Williams cooled off after a strong start but prevailed with a 6-1, 7-6 (2) victory in 78 minutes to level the tie between the United States and Britain in Group B.

Britain, however, won the tie when Boulter and playing partner Cameron Norrie had a comeback 3-4 (2), 4-3 (4), 4-1 victory over Williams and Frances Tiafoe in the mixed doubles. The 37-year-old Williams� hopes for a record third Hopman Cup title ended when the United States were eliminated after losses to Greece and Roger Federer-led Switzerland.

Defending champions Switzerland has a good chance to make the final ahead of its clash later on Thursday against Greece, which remain a mathematical chance. Hosts Australia and tournament favourites Germany will battle for a place in the decider in Group A action on Friday.

Williams slowly built momentum in her first tournament back since the US Open Final in September as she eyes a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title in Melbourne. � AP

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