Serena Williams makes STUNNING Roger Federer retirement claim

Serena Williams makes STUNNING Roger Federer retirement claim

Serena Williams makes STUNNING Roger Federer retirement claim

Rus was looking for her first major main draw victory since 2012, when she pulled off one of her two signature upsets over then-World No.5 and reigning US Open champion Samantha Stosur.

"It's insane. It's just such great memories that I have here, which is why I wanted to bring Olympia here".

"I haven't played a tremendous amount of tennis since I had the baby, and I haven't played in wind in a really long time".

Deadspin's report last week said Williams has been tested five times this year ― more than double the number of tests for other top American women's tennis players.

Muguruza's game could be modelled on Serena's, as she showed previous year when overpowering Venus Williams in the final to become the first player to beat both Williams sisters in Grand Slam finals having downed Serena at the 2016 French Open.

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Her sister, five-time Wimbledon champion and 2017 finalist Venus, had far more trouble across the grounds at No 2 Court, slipping to the turf a couple of times and barely moving on with a 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-1 win against Johanna Larsson of Sweden, who dropped to 0-8 at the All England Club. The tennis star is speaking out after a drug tester showed up to her Florida home 12 hours earlier than the time she said she would be available, the Associated Press reported.

"I am happy to get through that", she said following the match.

"But I'm very excited to see her attempt an wonderful comeback".

"It was really special for me".

Williams and Federer are both 36 years old and have a total of 43 Grand Slam titles between them. "I was like, 'I haven't seen Olympia.' Like, 'What am I doing?'".

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'I've had a lot of testing the last month.

"I actually thought the article was interesting, to be honest, because I never knew that I was tested so much more than everyone else", Williams told reporters.

It might take time to figure out how to balance her job with her career, just like for many a parent. I feel like even more so, I'm even more definitely surprises me a little because I thought, you know, it would be different.

"How is it I'm getting tested five times in June?"

'I understand it probably also has something to do with the budget of WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency), like flying somebody there just for that one test, I understand. Maybe that's the part I don't like - the inconsistency of where they test. Just due to the numbers, it looks like I'm being pushed out. "How can I have a missed test when it's nowhere near the time I should be there?" I expect to go out there. "When you hit the ball as hard as she does it's first-strike tennis and no one is better than her at that".

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