Serena WilliamsThe 40-year-old American professional is widely regarded by millions of fans around the world as the greatest female tennis player of all time, and Williams is widely credited for revolutionizing the female tennis game for generations to come. WTA on the map.
Williams, who recently announced that she will be quitting tennis soon after Serena struggled at the ongoing US Open, said she will be quitting tennis to pursue an amazing career filled with trophies and fame. The news that he will retire soon has left millions of people around the world heartbroken and emotional.
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Tiger Woods has big words of appreciation for Serena Williams
Serena Williams shocked the tennis world by beating world number 2 Anett Kontaveit in the second round of the ongoing US Open, Serena started her campaign with a straight-set win over Danka Kvinic and has now defeated Kontaveit in three sets. enters the third round of the event.
One of the highlights of the match was the golf legend. Tiger Woods With Serena Williams cheering from the stands, Wood’s presence in the crowd made every headline as Serena continued her winning ways at the US Open. Woods took to Twitter after the game to congratulate Serena on the win.It was a privilege to watch the greatness. congratulations”
After winning the first two rounds of the US Open, people started hoping for a miracle and every fan hopes Serena makes it all the way through in her farewell tournament because it will be the perfect way to end an amazing career full of titles. fascination. In the next round of the tournament, Serena Williams’ facing another tough battle against Ajla TomljanovicIt is not yet clear whether the 40-year-old American icon will continue his run in the competition or if it will be the end of his run. US Open.
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