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Serena Williams advances to her 10th Wimbledon final with victory over Julia Goerges

LONDON - For Serena Williams, this year has been about baby steps - her own, and those of her 10-month-old daughter.

While young Olympia works on putting one foot in front of the other, her famous mother is regaining her footing as the player to beat in the tennis world.

"She's trying to go faster than her body will allow her to go," Williams said. "She's moving those feet. She kicks really hard. ... I've been learning a lot from her."

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