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(January 17, 2013) Serena Williams answered the questions about her ankle with a 6-2, 6-0 rout of No. 112 Garbine Muguruza of Spain on Thursday at the Australian Open.The American rolled over on her right ankle falling on the court during her first round 6-0, 6-0 win over Edina Gallovits-Hall.
“I didn’t feel anything today,” in terms of the ankle injury said Williams. “Obviously when you go out to play you’re heavy on adrenaline and you’re really pumped up.
“Usually I feel injuries after the match, but so far, so good. I felt pretty, much better than I ever dreamed of expecting to feel.
“There was definitely a discomfort, said Williams about her practice on Wednesday. “So I woke up this morning and I was really shocked that I didn’t have as much.
“So I think the hit helped, though, but it was definitely not comfortable at all.”
During Thursday’s match, Williams had another scare – she hit her mouth on a forehand follow through with her racquet during the first
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Like watching a professional golfer shank one into the woods during a big tournament, there’s something gratifying about seeing Serena Williams whack herself in the face with her own racket. It’s not that I derive pleasure in the pain and suffering of others—far from it—but rather it’s nice to finally be able to relate to Williams, one of the most sleek, powerful, and graceful...
Never underestimate Serena Williams’s ability to find new ways of beating herself up while she breezes through her competition. First she cut her foot in Munich, then rolled her ankles, and now Serena has busted her lip. The only beating William’s can receive is on she continually gives herself.
During her second round at the Australian Open, Williams beat 19-year-old Garbine...
Serena Williams overcame a right ankle injury to win her first match at the Australian Open 6-0, 6-0 over Edina Gallovits-Hall on Tuesday.
With the match 19 minutes old and Williams leading 4-0, the 15-time major winner fell to the court awkwardly, clutching her right ankle. She was helped to her court-side chair before having her ankle heavily taped by a WTA trainer.
Tennis star Serena Williams hit herself in the face with her racket on a forehand return, giving herself a bloody lip, during her second round Australian Open match Thursday.
Fortunately, it didn't impact her play as Williams still easily beat her opponent, Spain's Garbine Muguruza, in straight sets to advance to the next round.
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First the ankle, now the mouth.
Serena Williams wasn't giving herself any lip as she beat Garbine Muguruza, a 19-year-old Spaniard, 6-2, 6-0, in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday -- she was just hitting it.
You have to produce a very strange follow-through on your forehand to hit yourself in the mouth with your racket, but never underestimate Serena's...
Serena Williams overcame a right ankle injury to win her first match at the Australian Open, routing Edina Gallovits-Hall 6-0, 6-0 on Tuesday.
With the match 19 minutes old and Williams leading 4-0, the 15-time major winner fell to the court awkwardly, clutching her right ankle. She was helped to her court-side chair and her ankle was heavily taped by a WTA trainer.
Williams breezed through her second round match in the Australian Open beating Garbine
Muguruza 6-2 and 6-0. Her lip on the other hand didn't make it out so easy. During a follow through on one of her forehands her racquet catches her square on her lip. Check out the video below.
After the accident Serena tweeted out saying that her lip hurts, but she...
Serena Williams rolled her ankle and whacked herself in the lip with her racket. That doesn't mean she needs any extra rest.
A day after winning her third-round match against Ayumi Morita of Japan - her first-injury free round at this year's Australian Open - the No. 3-ranked Williams was back on the court Sunday to play alongside sister Venus.
The Williams sisters take...
Serena Williams won her Australian Open second round match today 6-2, 6-0 over Spanish teen Garbine Muguruza. And in doing so, she hit herself in the face with her follow through.
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Video: Serena Williams injures ankle in Australian Open.
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