| LONDON, June 30
LONDON, June 30 Serena Williams, who looks
destined to meet sister Venus in the Wimbledon women's final,
wastes so little time reflecting on past triumphs that she uses
some of her trophies to hold her make-up brushes.
"I never want to become satisfied with what I may, or may
not have done, because I feel like there's so much more I would
like to do," Williams said on Tuesday after dismissing
Belarussian Victoria Azarenka 6-2 6-3 in the fourth round.
"I have plenty of time to think about that when my career is
over. I'm sure there's so much more Venus would like to do as
well, so that's how we look at it. I mean, I use some of my
trophies for make-up brushes.
"Maybe I'll just take a step back and...take all the make-up
brushes out and really appreciate every title and every trophy."
Williams was in regal form on Centre Court on another
scorching day, racing through the first set with one break in
just 26 minutes.
She was twice a break point down in the opening game of the
second set, before serving three thunderous aces.
Azarenka, who beat Williams in the Miami final this year,
managed her only break in the fifth game but was then
overwhelmed by Serena's power and speed.
"I really wanted to do well today," Serena said. "I didn't
do well the last time we played. I think my game's in a good
A downcast Azarenka said Serena was the complete player.
"She has every shot. She's very strong mentally. She fights
until the last moment. I think she just has the whole package,
which makes her a great champion," Azarenka told a news
"I had an opportunity but I made a few mistakes and she
really kept pressuring me on my serve.
"I just couldn't really handle it well today. And then she
just played really, really good tennis again."
(Editing by Miles Evans; to query or comment on this story