Serena-Williams

Serena Williams Says farewell after loosing the match against Ajla Tomljanovic in the U.S. Open.

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Serenna Williams always be the legend in the tennis world. She won her first Grand Slam title at Arthur Ashe Stadium, twenty years ago and now she said her farewell on Friday in front of a huge fan on the same ground, in the U.S. Open.

The tennis player Serena Williams is widely considered to be one of the best female players of all time. There is not a single person in this entire planet who is interested in sports who can honestly say that they were unfamiliar with Serena Williams. Throughout her entire career, she has broken a number of significant records. Among all of the current tennis players in the world, she is the owner of the vast majority of the major titles in the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles competitions. She finished with 39 victories in the world of tennis, including 23 in singles competition, 14 in women’s doubles competition, and 2 in mixed doubles competition. In the list of all-time tennis players, Serena Williams is tied for third place, and in the list of players competing in the open era, she is ranked second for the most total major titles won.

Serena Williams

Serena Williams was born on September 26, 1981 in the city of Saginaw, in the state of Michigan, United States. She competed at the highest level of professional tennis in the United States but has since retired. It is generally agreed that she is one of the best tennis players in the history of the sport. 1995 was the year that she made her debut on the professional tennis circuit. She received instruction from her older sister Venus, who was also her coach. In addition to Serena’s older sister Venus, her mother Oracene Price and her father Richard Williams were also involved in her training. They are the ones who are responsible for her great career progressing to this point in the first place. Her first singles title came in the 1999 US Open, which she won. In the majority of the contests she played during the course of her career, she was a dominant player. She was the most dominant player in both the 2022 French Open and the 2003 Australian Open, where she won all four major single championships to complete both the Grand Slam and the career Grand Slam. She was known as the “Serena Slam” across the tennis community. In 2016, she had the title of being the highest paid female athlete in the world. It is estimated that she made close to $29 million doller. She was plagued by injuries throughout her career, yet she never gave up and went on to set a number of records, both of which contributed to her status as the best player of all time.

In her career, she won 23 time Grand Slam singles champion, 96 career titles, 39 Grand Slams, 319 weeks as World No. 1, $94M in career prize money. On Friday, she played her last match against Ajla Tomljanovic. In that match she lost in the third round with a 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-1 exciting score. Williams Announced her retirement on Vogue magazine in August by saying that this year’s U.S. Open might be her final tournament of her career.

William said before that match that, “I’ve been down Before..I don’t really give up”. “In my career, I’ve never given up. In matches, I don’t give up. Definitely wasn’t giving up tonight”.

In the post-match court interview Williams showed gratitude to her thousands of fans, friends and family members who always be there to support her. She thanked with tear that, Venus was the great person for her career and without her she never been Serena. In her exciting journey she always admired the ones who always support her and loved her.

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