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Serena Williams Will Miss Miami With Injury

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Serena Williams Will Miss Miami With Injury

Serena Williams Will Miss Miami With Injury

(CNN)Serena Williams has been forced to withdraw from the Miami Open due to a knee injury.

Williams, who won the most recent of her eight titles at the tournament in 2015, recorded a hard-fought victory over Sweden's Rebecca Peterson in her opening game.

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