Serena's latest Indian Wells return could also be her biggest challenge
CLOSE What to look for in this year's women's tournament at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.
For a brief period in early 2009, it appeared that the dominance of Serena Williams had perhaps come to an end, as nagging injuries started to pile up as she entered the second decade of her professional tennis career.
Hampered by ailments to her back, ankle and quadriceps, Williams began a four-match losing streak - the longest of her illustrious career - when she was upset by Victoria Azarenka in the Miami Open final. She then lost opening round matches in Barcelona, Rome and Madrid.
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