Since her professional debut in 1995, she has been one of the most extraordinary tennis players in the world. She has been the top-ranked female tennis player multiple times in her career and has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles. In 2019, she becmae the first athlete on Forbes' Richest Self-Made Women list. Her name is Serena Williams.
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