Venus Williams Penalized After Beads Fall On Court; Loses In Australia Open Quarterfinal

February 1999
Jet;02/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p50
Reports that tennis player Venus Williams lost a point at the 1999 Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia, when beads fell out of her hair. The umpire's ruling that the beads were a disturbance to opponent Lindsay Davenport; Her reaction to the decision.


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