SERENA WILLIAMS: SUPPORTING HER SISTER'S DIET
NEW YORK (AP) -- Serena Williams says she has her sister's back -- when it comes to her diet. She says she has worked more raw foods into her diet to support her sister Venus. Venus has an autoimmune disease (Sjogren's syndrome) that can cause fatigue and joint pain. One thing that can ease the problem is cutting down on chicken and fish. Serena says the change in diet hasn't been a hardship on her. She says even though she is "a lot, lot thicker" than her sister, she has always been a better eater than Venus. For now, though, Serena says she looks forward to getting back to tennis -- and feels "100 percent" for the first time in a while.