“Absolute honesty and self-reflection,” Venus Williams explains the biggest thing she’s learned from playing tennis

Venus Williams, former world No. 1, is considered one of the greatest players ever to grace the game. He has 7 Grand Slam singles titles, five at Wimbledon and two at the US Open, and many Olympic gold medals to his name. In doubles, she has a grand total of 14, partnering with her younger sister and former tennis professional Serena Williams. With SerenaShe is credited with ushering in a new era of strength and athleticism in the women’s professional tennis tour.

Recently, the 42-year-old took her official Instagram username and shared her thoughts on many aspects of her tennis career and the sport in general through her fashion brand. ElevenbyVenus. Williams believes that sport has taught him the importance of self-reflection and honesty, as well as believing in himself no matter the situation.

“Total honesty and self-reflection. It’s the only way to heal. And going deep and going through walls. Believing in yourself even when you can’t or don’t. Believe it though. Know that you are ONE” Williams answered a fan’s question about the greatest lessons tennis has taught him.

Elaborating further, Williams said these aspects are crucial for improvement. He also stated that there is nothing more important than believing and trusting himself in life as well as in tennis. Other fans answered candidly when the same player, Timea Bacsinszky, asked what she learned from her two back-to-back defeats at the French Open (2016 and 2017).

“I learned that luck is running out” Williams wrote.

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Venus Williams will play at the Dallas show in early February

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The 42-year-old former world number 1 has been off the court since being eliminated in the first round at the US Open, ready to play a show against the Australian Open runner-up. Danielle Collins In Dallas at the beginning of February. They will play a best of three singles match with tiebreaks for the third set at the first opening of the Women’s Tennis Classic Showcase in Dallas.

After her older sister retired SerenaQuestions were also raised about his future earlier this year. However, Venus delighted her fans by posting a video where she talks about her potential to return to tennis next year and how much time she spends on the tennis courts. She told fans that she has been training regularly since her debut at the US Open and would love to return to the courts to compete.

The news of Venus’s return delighted her fans on social media. “I hope he never retires!”, wrote one fan. It will be very interesting to watch Venus Williams return to action. All we have to do is sit back and wait.

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