By Josh Kramer
There are few certainties in this life. Death, taxes, and Serena Williams advancing past the opening round of Grand Slam events. Yesterday, the three certainties in life were diminished to two, when the unthinkable happened. In an upset bordering the level of Buster Douglas over Mike Tyson, little-known Virginie Razzano turned the tennis world upside down. Down a set and 5-1 in the second set tiebreaker, it appeared the most dominant female tennis player of our generation would move to 47 and 0 in the first round of Grand Slam events. A streak dating back to her Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open in January of 1998. Think again.
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