ESPN – The Australian Open finals on the women’s side will pit defending champion and top seed Serena Williams against Angelique Kerber. Williams won it last year as the No. 1 seed; no woman has won consecutive titles at the Australian Open as the No. 1 seed since Monica Seles from 1992-93.
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