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LONDON - Wimbledon champion Serena Williams hardly had time to complete her lap of honour around Centre Court before the debate began about where she ranks among the sport's all-time greats.
Williams gave a typically dominant display of power and poise to crush Russian 21st seed Vera Zvonareva 6-3 6-2 in the women's singles final at the All England Club on Saturday.
Her fourth Wimbledon singles title was the 13th Grand Slam crown of her remarkable career, taking her above Billie Jean King in the all-time list.
The 28-year-old was so dominant at Wimbledon that she didn't drop a set throughout the tournament and served a record 89 aces in seven matches.
Serena will head to the US Open in September as firm favourite to secure her third Grand Slam of the year.
With time still on her side, Serena could end up with 20 Grand Slam titles before she retires and Wimbledon legend Martina Navratilova believes the American is on course to become one of the most successful female players ever.
Navratilova, who won 18 Grand Slam titles, is convinced Serena has the weapons to pass Helen Wills Moody, who won 19 Grand Slams, and then chase down Steffi Graf, who secured 22, and maybe even Margaret Court, who heads the list with 24.
"At the rate she's going, she may catch up with me and Helen Wills Moody, and - who knows? - maybe even Steffi," Navratilova said.
Despite all the praise showered on her after Saturday's victory, Serena herself remains completely unfazed by talk of such historic achievements.
"I've never thought about my place in history," Serena said.
" (But) I'm happy to win 13 titles. -