It's been a while - two years to be exact - but the Williams sisters are back in the driver's seat again of the WTA after a duration of injuries, ailments and falling short. Serena returned to the grand slam winners circle for the 14th time by defeating Aga Radwanska and equaled her older sister's total of five Wimbledons. Then later in the day the Williams proved they can still rule in doubles as they captured that title too, punctuated by an ace by Venus. Said Richard Williams about the singles title, "This is the most important tournament that Serena would ever win. Because Serena didn't think she'd ever play tennis again. She told me so."Serena cut her foot on glass at a restaurant, suffered blood clots in her lung, and also endured a gathering of blood under the skin of her stomach. She missed a year of action, returning in June 2011 after her ranking plummeted to #175. After falling short at her first four majors since her 2011 comeback, Serena is back on top again, sporting her trademark game, lethal serving and returning, and a new controlled intensity which did not allow for any controversial outbursts of rage, such as the episodes at the U.S. Open which upset and horrified many tennis fans. Serena, now 30, looks to have mastered herself with a new desire and drive to prove that she can compete and win in the right way. And she did exactly that at Wimbledon this year.