Serena Williams has taken the week off from tennis to heal her right elbow, which she injured during practice last week in the Swedish Open. While there has been some speculation about whether or not this injury will impede her run for a calendar Grand Slam, we have to remember that this is Serena Williams. An experienced and dedicated player, she knows how to deal with injuries...
BASTAD, Sweden — Wimbledon champion Serena Williams said a right elbow injury forced her to pull out of the Swedish Open on Thursday. Williams said she felt pain in the elbow in the first game of her first-round match on Wednesday, four days after winning her sixth Wimbledon championship and fourth successive Grand Slam title, but went on to roll Belgian qualifier Yasline Bonaventure...
Serena Williams looks ready for some long rest and relaxation after her winning her 6th Wimbledon title Saturday — or maybe just a day’s worth. Williams served up some Instagram posts Tuesday, including a beach shot and a video of her eyebrows getting some love. This embed is invalid" /> This embed is invalid" /> ...
ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi got uncomfortably personal with an athlete once again. Tasked with interviewing Serena Williams following the tennis star’s finals win at Wimbledon Saturday, Rinaldi leaned in for a little hug and cheek-type kiss prior to commencing with the questions. BRUH TOM RINALDI GOTTA CHILL pic.twitter.com/iFtHxnbC11 — $HΛRKY Mc$TEVENSON (@iamAmani_) July 11, 2015...Read More
Patrick Mouratoglou is Serena Williams’ coach as well as lover according to most accounts. The two have worked together for over three years, a span in which Williams has won seven majors. As impressive as the seven majors and Olympic gold medal won under Mouratoglou’s guidance have been, what might be even more impressive are...Read More
Serena Williams got some sweet social media support Saturday from one of the most unlikely sources. J.K. Rowling, best known for being the author of the Harry Potter book series, was in attendance at the Wimbledon Ladies’ finals Saturday to enjoy some tennis. She expressed her support for Serena early on, though she also was...Read More
It should have been an emotional moment of pure joy. Instead, it left everyone confused. Especially Drake. Garbine Muguruza’s final forehand had just landed out of play at Saturday’s Wimbledon final, giving Serena Williams her sixth Wimbledon title and her 21st Grand Slam victory. But Williams apparently didn’t realize this, squinting in confusion as if the match still was...
LONDON — Game. Set. Serena Slam. Serena Williams overcame a slow start, eight double-faults and a nervy finish to beat Garbine Muguruza 6-4, 6-4 on Saturday for her sixth Wimbledon title, fourth Grand Slam championship in a row and 21st major overall. The win means Williams holds all four Grand Slam titles at once — completing the second “Serena Slam” of her career. What’s...
Serena Williams delivered a strong message to the Wimbledon crowd during her third-round match at the tournament Friday. During the third set of her comeback win over hometown player Heather Watson, Williams was down 5-4 and leading 15-30 as she tried to get a break to get back on serve. There was a long rally...Read More
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