For the third time during the week Serena Williams will be playing on the Arthur Ashe Court at the U.S. Open - but this time, she'll be on her own.
Serena as well as Venus Williams accepted a wild ticket into the women's doubles event that will add more excitement to Serena's last U.S. Open as she develops in the tennis world.
the sisters will be looking to make it to Doubles starting beginning at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday. Let's look at the teams they'll face.
Are Serena as well as Venus Williams playing in doubles? The Williams sisters have joined forces in a Grand Slam for the first time since reaching their third-round match at this year's French Open.
They have been awarded the title of 14 Grand Slam doubles titles, being a perfect 14-0 each time they make it to the finals.
On the other side of the internet on Thursday, there will be two Czech gamers: Lucie Hradecka and Linda Noskova.
Hradecka 37, is currently the as No. 25 on the planet for doubles. She has won three Grand Slams as a duo Two of them in women's tennis together with fellow
the countrywoman Andrea Hlavackova (the 2011 French Open and the 2013 U.S. Open) and one the mixed (2013 French Open).
Who is Linda Noskova? Noskova is the tiniest of the four tennis players in the end. At the time she arrived in 2004,
Serena Williams had already had six Grand Slams to her name including the very inaugural "Serena Slam," while Venus had four Grand Slams in her record.