Serena Williams made a sequence of unprompted errors & showed petite movements as she labored her path through a 70 minutes match in the humid conditions for earning a position in the quarter finals in the championship at Cincinnati Open.
Serena Williams won 6 consecutive matches for finishing off the competition and said that she was out in the tennis court and she did her level best that day, and she was extremely happy for getting through that Thursday match. She also credited it all to energy, since she had been playing loads, travelling too much, and been training plenty. According to her, it had been quite a huge summer. As per her statement, singles & doubles is tough schedule.
From the beginning of Wimbledon from June, Serena Williams played thirty matches, with nineteen in singles competition and eleven in doubles. However, Serena Williams had expected that she would be in a better shape for the quarter final match against the semi-finalist of Wimbledon, Angelique Kerber. Serena Williams, who retained Olympic tennis doubles for women with her elder sister Venus in London, said that she believes that it was just a 1 day thing and she would be able to recover it by taking some rest.
The fourteen times huge slam winner gave a thought regarding her bested opponent Urszula Radwańska, who happens to be younger sister to Agnieszka Radwańska – the world’s number three of Poland.
Serena Williams stated that the two sisters are great sisters as well as players. She also said that she would love to see another sisters’ pair, who are doing great, in locker room. As said by Serena Williams, Urszula Radwańska had really worked hard, and that she herself is a younger sibling so as Urszula Radwańska, Serena Williams always look forward to Urszula Radwańska doing well, and Serena Williams earnestly wishes that she would do so.
The elder sister of Serena Williams, Venus has booker her position in the previous 8 with a constant 6-3 6-0 against Sara Errani, a tennis player of Italy, and earns a clash for herself with Samantha Stosur, champion of U.S. Open.