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Serena Williams Wins Big, Gets Her First Cincinnati Title at Western & Southern Open!

Serena Williams Wins Big, Gets Her First Cincinnati Title at Western & Southern Open!

Serena Williams holds up her winners trophy after winning against Ana Ivanovic of Serbia in the final match of the 2014 Western & Southern Open held at the Linder Family Tennis Center on Sunday (August 17) in Cincinnati, Ohio.

This is the first Cincinnati title for the 32-year-old tennis star.

Also winning the men’s title that day was Roger Federer, who beat out David Ferrer for his 6th title at the annual tennis event.

After their big wins, Serena and Roger celebrated with Moet & Chandon, the official champagne of the Western & Southern Open! Congrats to the duo on their amazing performances!

10+ pictures inside of Serena Williams and Roger Federer winning big…

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