Melbourne Park has been her most successful Grand Slam and her marathon 6-2, 6-7 (3/7), 6-3 win in almost three hours put her in the fourth round for a seventh consecutive time.
"After the match my coach told me you need to learn from Venus because she is also play a very offensive game, play very fast, so that's something you could learn from her".
The 36-year-old Williams fields more than her fair share of questions about her advanced age in the sport, how often she considers retirement, what keeps her motivated after more than two decades on the court.
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Venus Williams reached the quarter-finals thanks to her win over Mona Barthel 6/3 7/5.
"I definitely feel like I've been long enough on the tour, but at the same time I can't compare myself to Venus and Serena, because they have been there", Pavlyuchenkova said.
"It feels unbelievable", Brady said.
Makarova, the 30th seed, defeated Cibulkova 6-2, 6-7 (7/3), 6-3 in two hours 53 minutes to reach the fourth round.
Williams, who played her first match on Rod Laver Arena 19 years ago, was going through the motions but she let her guard down briefly when serving for the match, allowing Gibbs to secure her first and only break.
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"Today I played a qualifier, and she hardly ever missed".
Brady is the 17th-ranked American woman, but she also was one of only five USA players still alive when her match ended Saturday.
A former national collegiate champion, the outspoken Gibbs has developed a profile with her commentary on various social issues such as gun control and race, but the 23-year-old had enough problems of her own to deal with against Williams. Venus has shown zero signs of her elbow injury, as she has yet to drop a set this tournament and has lost just a combined nine games in her last two matches.
"I enjoyed a lot this great battle".
Back in 1999, Lucic-Baroni was a semifinalist at Wimbledon, losing there to Steffi Graf. That meant the No. 3, No. 4 and No. 6 seeds on the women's side were all gone by the fourth round.
Johanna Konta is a possible opponent for Williams in the last eight, with the Brit taking on Ekaterina Makarova on Monday afternoon.
The Russian was defending a proud record of having made the fourth round every year since 2011.
"I guess I just feel more ready now mentally".