‘I Wouldn’t Be Serena If There Wasn’t Venus’, Serena Williams Bids Final Goodbye At US Open 2022

Serena Williams played her final tennis match at Flushing Meadows. The black female tennis star who made numerous acclamations in tennis said goodbye to her magnificent career. She defeated Ajla Tomljanovic in all three rounds and won the match. The news of Williams’ retirement caused much heartbreak to her fans.

Every tennis player dreams of winning a grand slam title. She won her first slam title in 1999 by winning the US Open at the age of 17 years. From there, she continued her journey of winning more. She won 17 grand-slam titles. She won the 2002 French Open and the 2003 Australian Open. She has won 23 single grand slam titles, the highest number for any man or woman in the open era.

She defeated her elder sister, Venus Williams, and won four consecutive grand slam titles. She gained enough popularity through her unique dresses and hairstyles on the tennis court. She believes she could have won more than 30 grand slam titles if she had not compromised her health after giving birth to her daughter.

At 16, Williams won her first US Open tournament by defeating Martina Hingis. She won her fifth title at the age of 18. Steffi Graf has 22 Grand Slam titles, one less than Ms Williams. She was the only female sprinter to give tough competition against Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal. She defeated Anett Kontaveit before departing from New York, the No. 2 seed.

Ms Williams was a blend of athleticism, power, and ability. Her serve was daring, reaching 208 kph, the fastest ever achieved by a woman. She was a beacon of recreation and became famous for her beaded hairstyle while receiving her first trophy at the US Open. Williams is proud of her Black Tradition. Her appearance on the court in braids gained her a huge fan following.

After the entry of a black American girl, Serena Williams, tennis became more popular. Earlier, it was considered a posh country club sport.Ms Williams fought for many social causes, such as equal pay for men and women, like Martina Navratilova. Women now receive equal pay as men in all tournaments.We will remember Serena Williams’s remarkable contribution to tennis and social causes.