After losing to Ajla Tomljanovi of Australia in the third round of the US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York, her illustrious tennis career is probably over. The 23-time
Grand Slam singles champion will be known as a legend in tennis and beyond for all time. In a battle that lasted over three hours, Tomljanovi eventually prevailed, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1. This marks his
first appearance in the round of 16 at the US Open. During an on-court interview with ESPN after the match, Williams was asked if she would change her mind about "evolving away from tennis,"
as she has phrased it, during an on-court interview with ESPN after the match."I don't think so, but you never know," was her response. She thanked her parents in an emotional interview,
adding that she was so thankful to them for giving her the foundation upon which to build her life. And she gave a lot of the credit to her more famous sibling Venus Williams. If there wasn't a Venus
I wouldn't be Serena she reflected. Serena Williams wouldn't be here without her. When asked about her feelings, Tomljanovi stated, "I love Serena just as much as you guys do." What she's done for me
and tennis is wonderful, she remarked in an on-court interview. It's a bizarre experience for me to play her in her final match because I recall watching her in so many championships as a kid.
Tomljanovi was asked how she handled the occasion of being in this electric environment at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Tomljanovi admitted, "I just figured she would beat me, you know."
I wasn't the one who was supposed to perform under pressure. Her name is Serena. Even though she was trailing 5-1, I had no doubt that she would eventually come out on top.
I'm not sure how many game points I used to win, but that's just her. In my opinion, she is the greatest of all time. Serena Williams, 40, summed up her unexpected achievements at the US Open