Serena Williams dominant, but not yet satisfied, at Rogers Cup

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National Post

TORONTO — Top-seed Serena Williams is her own harshest critic.

“I still think I have a tremendous amount of improvement to do off the ground and everywhere else,” Williams said.

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This after a dominant 6-3, 6-2 win over the No.16 seed Andrea Petkovic, which featured 28 winners from the world No. 1 at Toronto’s Rogers Cup on Thursday evening. The match, which lasted just over an hour on Centre Court at the Aviva Centre, was seemingly much smoother than her opener, where she didn’t hold serve the entire first set.

Williams said she thought she served better on Thursday, but felt she was too negative on court.

“I just felt off, you know. Just got to be more positive out there again.”

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