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Double Trouble: Tennis Players and Their Siblings

Over the years, many siblings have made their mark in the game, gracing the courts and showing off their groundstrokes. Check out some of these exceptional sibling partnerships and rivalries that have provided many compelling storylines through the years.

Serena and Venus 

Serena (left) and Venus Williams (right)

A fierce rivalry intertwined with plenty of sibling love. This pair of sisters has laced their trophy cabinet with trophies, while entertaining the world with tennis for the past two decades. Venus has claimed 49 singles titles, with seven being Grand Slams, while Serena has won 70 singles titles including 21 Grand Slams, making this one of the greatest on-court rivalries. Together, they have also achieved doubles success by claiming three Olympics Gold medals and 12 Grand Slams together. Despite their immense rivalry on court, both remain very close off the court with Serena summing it up: “Tennis is just a game; family is forever.”


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Urszula (left) and Agnieszka Radwanska (right)

"We are best friends, we are so close. We have always been together -- participating, living and traveling together -- so it is nice to have my sister on tour,” said Urszula Radwanska in an interview with CNN’s Open Court. This is one form of sisterly love that never fails to tug at our heartstrings. Coached by their father for the early part of their careers, the Radwanskas proceeded to put the Polish flag on the tennis map with scintillating performances on the court with the older Radwanska claiming 18 WTA singles titles and Urszula reaching a career high ranking of #29.


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Karolina (left) and Krystina Pliskova (right)

This young pair of talents is starting to turn heads around the world as they make their way up the rankings. This is especially so for Karolina Pliskova as she currently sits at #15 on the Road to Singapore Leaderboard and is highly regarded as one to watch in the future. The pair also made history together at Linz in 2013 when they became the first-ever twins to win a doubles title on the WTA.

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Chan Yung-Jan (left) and Chan Hao-Ching (right)

This Asian duo lit the doubles scene on fire with their exhilarating performances en route to winning three titles in 2015. Currently No. 3 on the Road to Singapore Leaderboard in doubles, they are making good progress to remain on course to make consecutive appearances in the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global 2016. Coached by their father, they will be looking to win their first WTA Finals, after falling short in the semifinals last year.