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Serena Williams Cried Watching Tiger Woods Win The Masters

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Serena Williams Cried Watching Tiger Woods Win The Masters

Serena Williams Cried Watching Tiger Woods Win The Masters

Serena Williams cried while watching Tiger Woods win the 2019 Masters Tournament.

Woods returned to the pinnacle of golf after 11 years without a major victory when he won one of the sport&apos;s biggest prizes on Sunday.

The American has overcome a public divorce, a 2017 arrest, and numerous back surgeries.

Williams said she was inspired by the 43-year-old&apos;s return to the top.

Read all of Business Insider&apos;s coverage of the 2019 Masters right here.

Visit Business Insider&apos;s homepage for more stories.

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