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THE GIRL THAT BROKE S.J.WILLIAMS..
SERENA JAMEKA WILLIAMS WE ALL KNOW ABOUT HER WHEN IT COMES TO THE WORLD OF TENNIS. SHE WAS BORN on September 26, 1981 IN SAGINAW, MICHIGAN TO RICHARD WILLIAMS AND ORACENE PRICE. She was the youngest of their 5 daughters anyway. Serena started playing tennis at the age of 3. SHE HAS MAKE HISTORY, WINNING SO MANY TITLES TO HER NAME. THE WTA ( WOMEN’S TENNIS ASSOCIATION) RANKED HER NO. 1 IN EIGHT SEPARATE OCCASSIONS BETWEEN 2002 AND 2017.. ON JULY 8, 2002, SHE REACHED THE RANK FOR THE FIRST TIME. SHE HELD THAT RANKING ON HER 6TH OCCASION, FOR 186 CONSECUTIVE WEEKS. Source GRAND SLAM SINGLES: SHE WON THE WOMEN AUSTRALIAN OPEN IN 2003,2005,2007,2009,2010,2015 AND 2017 RESPECTIVELY. SHE ALSO WON THE FRENCH OPEN IN 2002,2013,AND 2015. WIMBLEDON IN 2002,2003,2009,2010,2012,2015 AND 2016. SHE WON THE U.S OPEN IN 1999,2008,2012,2013 AND 2014. OTHER TOURNAMENTS: SHE WON THE GRAND SLAM CUP AND THE TOUR FINALS GRAND SLAM DOUBLES RESULTS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN FRENCH OPEN WIMBLEDON US.OPEN SHE HAS MANY UNCOUNTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS. There Is a statement I always love to use ; check image below. WHO IS NAOMI OSAKA???? If you follow the Tennis Game, you will know who Osaka is. Naomi Osaka was born on the 16th of October, 1997 she is currently 21 years old. She lived in the US from an early age. She defeated former US champion Samantha Stosur at the age of sixteen and came to prominence, during the 2014 Bank of the West Classic. That was her first time in the draw of a WTA Tournament. She came to the rank of 50 two years later at the 2016 Toray Pan Pacific Open. BREAKTHROUGH YEAR: 2018 was and is still her breakthrough year. She Indian Wells in march, when she beat former world number ones Karolina Pliskova and Maria Sharapova in the first round and quarter finals, then she defeated current no 1 Halep Simona in the Semi-finals. However, in September, she set a record by winning the 2018 US OPEN defeating 23-time grand slam champion SERENA WILLIAMS in the Final and that made her become the first Japanese player to win a grand slam singles tournament. She achieved this at the age of 20. Thanks For Reading....
Has Serena lost out on the claim for the world tennis throne ?
After the scandalous womens final at U.S. Open last Saturday, Serena Williams not only lost her reputation, but also her manners and refinement.I talk not only as a spectator, but as a lifelong tennis player, Serena-fan and tennis coach. She abused the US Open umpire of being sexist, but in reality she has lost her own dignity as a true professional tennis player. Serena Wiliams acted so egoisticly and deserved to lose the match with her disrespectful raging attitude towards tennis regulations and the umpire, but most of all through upsetting her 20 year old opponent, who played incredible, acted bravely and stayed calm through Williams' rage on the court.Naomi Osaka crushed Serena 6-2 in the first set and had swept her off the court in the MIami tournament before this final. So, Serena was already off balance in the second set before the incident with the umpire, but sensed she was losing in advance of the warning triggered by illegal coaching from the sidelines.It's impossible to say if her French coach and husband gave Serena a piece of advice or not. She smashed her racket on the court a little bit later. Serena and everybody knows that's illegal, so she should have accepted the warning and the game penalty, too. Serena truely knows the rules of tennis after all these years. Williams should have stopped brawling and concentrated on tennis. Maybe she used the referee as a scapegoat being intimidated before her home crowd?Serena should have been professional and cool enough to brush the incident with the umpire off. Others, from the privileged tennis elite like Federer, Nadal, Sharapova and Kerber would have done that in the same situation. Calling the referee sexist is a real cheap excuse and a true lie in this case.Williams should have finished the match losing in style and given her opponent respect ON the court(not only after the match). After all, Naomi was the secure hitter, had more than twice as many winning games and better strokes! She gave Serena zero opportunity to win tthe US Open from the very beginning. Luckily, it's a fresh change of air on the stage of women's professional elite tennis, and Naomi is right up there, clearing the skies for a new generation of strong tennis girls emerging.I am no longer a fan of Serena Williams, but have opened my eyes and heart for a new, brilliant and charming ace in the world of women's top tennis. #
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