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Last Updated: Saturday, 5 July, 2003, 12:17 GMT 13:17 UK
Serena beats Venus for title
Serena Williams and Venus Williams stand either side of the net after the toss
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Serena Williams loses the toss to older sister Venus, who opts to serve in the opening game of the final
Venus Williams, with her left thigh strapped, serves
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Venus' stomach and left thigh injuries, both strapped, seem to be causing her few problems as she races into a 3-0 lead
Members of the Williams family watch Venus play Serena in the final
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Split loyalties for the Williams family as they watch the two sisters meet in the final for the second year in a row
Serena Williams gets ready to play a forehand back to her sister Venus
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After breaking back to level at 3-3, a double fault from Serena in the 10th game gives Venus three set points
Venus Williams reaches to return a forehand
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Venus converts her second set point to break and wrap up the first set 6-4
Serena Williams looks thoughtful as she plays with her racket strings
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A despondent defending champion Serena ponders her options but bounces back to build a 5-1 lead in the second set
Venus Williams grimaces in frustration
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Venus, seeded four, shows her frustration but refuses to give up on the set and earns one break back to make it 5-3
Serena Williams stretches to play a low forehand
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Serena holds firm on her own serve second time around to win the second set 6-4 and take the match into a decider
Venus Williams talks to the trainer before leaving the court for treatment
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Venus calls for an injury time-out after being broken in the next game and leaves the court to receive treatment
Venus Williams hugs her younger sister Serena after losing to her in the ladies' singles final
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The younger sister (right) asserts her superiority, breaking again before serving out to take the title 4-6 6-4 6-2
Serena Williams looks at her older sister Venus as the pair pose for the cameras with their trophies
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Serena celebrates her sixth Grand Slam title whilst older sister Venus has to be content with the runners-up trophy once again
Serena Williams holds the ladies' singles winners' trophy, the Venus Rosewater Dish
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Serena Williams poses with the Venus Rosewater Dish after successfully retaining her ladies' singles title

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