It was an exhibition that had Tiger Woods on his feet and siphoning his clenched hand 

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  a sight, as a rule, seen on the eighteenth opening of a green, as opposed to the stands of Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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 Serena Williams advanced to the third round of the US Open in what could be the last singles competition of her profession,

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 beating Estonian second seed Anett Kontaveit 7-6 2-6 6-2 on Wednesday night

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 Williams was floated and rooted for each point by the pressed home group

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 That included Woods, who watched the show unfurl with his accomplice, Erica Herman, from Williams' player's container.

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 "It was an honor to watch significance. Well done @serenawilliams," the 15-time significant boss tweeted after the match

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 Afterward, Williams honored Woods and his impact over the later phases of her tennis profession.

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 "He's one reason I'm here, one of the fundamental reasons I'm actually playing," she told columnists

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 "We rambled. He was sincerely attempting to get me spurred. There are a couple of individuals, yet we were like: 'alright, we can do this together, you know?'"