Serena Williams: Tennis career of all-time favorite Serena Williams came to a halt in the third round of US Open
Serena Williams American tennis star Serena Williams' tennis career ended with a loss in the third round of the US Open on Friday. In the third round match, he was defeated by Australian player Ajla Tomljanovic wth this defeat the career of all-time favorite Serena came to an end.
American tennis star and all-time favorite Serena Williams' tennis career came to an end after a third-round defeat at the US Open on Friday. He was defeated by Australian player Ajla Tomljanovic 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1. With this defeat, the tennis career of Serena Williams came to an end. The fans, who came to see Serena on the court for the last time, stood up and bid her a final farewell. On this occasion, even Serena could not hold back her tears.
On the occasion she said, "I thank all the people here who have been supporting me for so many years, decades, literally decades. It all started with my parents. I am grateful to them. I think so." Yes, these are tears of joy. They said that if there was no Venus, there would be no Serena She is the only reason Serena Williams ever existed. It was a fun journey. These are the most incredible memories I've ever had in my life"
questions were being raised For a long time, about her career but the star athlete fought back with injuries and ongoing criticism. But just as every good thing ends one day in the end, in the same way, Serena also said goodbye to her career.
Why does Serena is all-time favorite?
Serena retired from tennis after winning 92 matches at the Australian Open, 69 at the French Open, 98 at the prestigious Wimbledon and 108 at her home Grand Slam US Open.
Serena has won four Olympic gold medals, including three women's doubles titles, an all-time record shared with her sister Venus Williams.
Serena Williams holds a record 23 Grand Slams. She is only one title behind for the most Grand Slam titles won in the history of women's singles tennis. Margaret Court holds the record for winning 24 Grand Slams.
Serena holds the record for being number one for the longest time. She was the No. 1 women's singles player in the WTA rankings for 186 consecutive weeks.