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Serena Williams, The mark of strength!

She said…

I’m really exciting. I smile a lot, I win a lot, and I’m really sexy.

Family’s first, and that’s what matters most. We realize that our love goes deeper than the tennis game.

Tennis just a game, family is forever.

Serena Williams fights off teenager Caty McNally to advance to US Open 3rd round

Dating back to 2001…

Serena Williams won her first US Open title in 1999 and had reached her second final in New York — both coming before Caty McNally was born.

Ready to serve the winning game!

Little did she know of her 17-syear-old initially gave Williams, 37, a scare Wednesday, in the second round of the US Open. But the 23-time major champion prevailed, advancing with a 5-7, 6-3, 6-1 win in one hour, 54 minutes. Williams, seeded eighth in the draw, has never lost to a teenager at the US Open. Her record in the US Open second round improves to 19-0.

“I survived tonight,”

Williams said on court to ESPN.

On the other hand, Mc Nally, who is from the Cincinnati suburb of Madeira, Ohio, was making her US Open main draw debut. Earlier this summer, she won her first WTA doubles title, with 15-year-old Coco Gauff.

And to each other’s surprise, the duo had won the US Open girls’ doubles title together in 2018. She’s currently ranked 121st in the world, a career best.

“For me, I think it just shows that I’m capable of playing with the best — I got a set off Serena Williams,” McNally said. “Had her close in the second set, too. Had some chances. For me, it just gives me a lot of confidence, shows me that I can compete out on the biggest stages. Just keep my head down, I’m ready to go back to work.”

The moment of winning at the Australian Open!

McNally did not look at all fazed under the bright lights at the Arthur Ashe Stadium, taking the first set after a late break. Williams fought off the teenager in the second set and then went into cruise control, dropping just five points in the third. She won all 12 of her service points in that final set.

But with Williams, she finished the match with a forceful forehand winner and pumped her fist. She had 32 winners, including 10 aces, to 28 unforced errors. Williams also won 81% of points on her first serve.

Williams in her own words..

“I want to be able to win matches where I’m not playing my best, play players who are playing great, be able to come through,” Williams said in her post-match press conference. “I need to be tested, I guess. Sounds scripted. Actually, I’d rather not be tested in every match. But that doesn’t happen, so it’s important for me to have those, like, really rough, rowdy matches. That helps a lot.”

Her Emotional, Physical and Mental focus on point to hit the shot!

Having won the US Open championship six-times, Williams is seeking her first title in New York since 2014. Her first grand slam title since 2017, when she won the Australian Open while pregnant.

Williams will next face the winner between Karolina Muchova and No. 29 seed Hsieh Su-wei.

“I’m alive,”

“I’m still here.”

Williams said to ESPN.

Her New Florida Home…

As per the recent update Serena Williams said working with her sister’s interior design team has taught her not to be afraid to “have something just totally different, unexpected, or whimsical” in her space when Serena Williams was looking for an interior designer for her new Florida home, she didn’t have to look far — she just asked her sister Venus Williams for help!

Speaking with Architecture Digest recently, both sisters opened up about their personal approach to design and also dished on what they think of each other’s styles.

A shade of Serena Williams!

Serena, 37, said that her home’s style “changes from house to house.”

“My house in L.A. is traditional with classic furniture and modern hints,” the tennis star said. “I had an apartment in Paris, and it was more just about color blocking. I don’t have one particular style.”

“Now that I’m in Florida and building a house, it’s super modern, but livable. So, it’s discovering that balance,” she added, revealing that she’ll be working with Venus’ company, V Starr Interiors. “They’re doing everything, and it’s been great. They’ve had some amazing input, and I’m also super hands-on.”

Working with her sister’s team has taught Serena to add a little whimsy to her life, she said.

“Not being afraid to have something just totally different, unexpected, or whimsical,” she told the outlet when asked what she’s learned from the V Starr designers. “For example, we had this pillar that we couldn’t move. So, we used it and made it a stand-out piece, with light coming from the top of it. It’s so amazing.”

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Having known for years, the two sisters who lived together for years as adults, both gushed about the other’s creativity.

“It’s so fun because we used to live together, and it was great because I would come home and the house would look different. I would love it, and it was perfect,”

Serena said.

The power shot!

Venus, 39, said that her younger sister is “really good at space planning.”

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“Before I was doing any of this sort of design, I couldn’t do that,” Venus said. “So, it’s interesting how she has a knack for it and creating spaces and connections. It’s pretty cool.”

Serena Williams is one of the quickest players in the women’s game. Her rapid movement, speed of thought and quick reactions allows her to dictate the play no matter what the situation. Serena hits all her shots with great power. Power is the combination of strength and speed and it’s vital to get the balance right.

Too much strength work can slow you down, but Serena has the balance spot on. One of the most impressive things about Serena’s athletic ability is that for all her strength and power she’s still very flexible. This helps her hit the ball hard by increasing her range of movement. It also helps when her opponents put her under pressure.

The moment of victory as Serena Williams celebrates!

Splash from her past!

Williams learned tennis from her father on the public courts in Los Angeles and turned professional in 1995, one year after her sister Venus. Possessing powerful serves and ground strokes and superb athleticism, the sisters soon attracted much attention.

Many predicted Venus would be the first Williams sister to win a Grand Slam singles title, but it was Serena who accomplished the feat, winning the 1999 U.S. Open. At that tournament the sisters won the doubles event, and, over the course of their careers, the two teamed up for 14 Grand Slam doubles titles.

She at the HBO premieres!

At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Serena and Venus won gold medals in the doubles event. After several years of inconsistent play, Serena asserted herself in 2002 and won the French Open, the U.S. Open, and Wimbledon, defeating Venus in the finals of each tournament. Known for her fierce tenacity, Serena won the Australian Open in 2003 and thus completed a career Grand Slam by having won all four of the slam’s component tournaments.

Later that year she was also victorious at Wimbledon; both of her Grand Slam wins in 2003 that came after she had her sister in the finals. In 2005 Serena won the Australian Open again. Beset by injury the following year, she rebounded in 2007 to win her third Australian Open. Serena and Venus won their second doubles tennis gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Later that year Serena won the U.S. Open for a third time. In 2009 she captured her 10th Grand Slam singles title by winning the Australian Open. Later that year she won her third Wimbledon singles title, once again defeating her sister. Serena defended her titles at the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2010. She subsequently battled various health issues that kept her off the court for almost a year.

Taming that difficult shot in the third round, at the U.S opening. Seconds before victory!

Winning is a different game from defeating your opponent. Turn the odds in your favor, when winning becomes your game you have to learn from failures. Do or do not, there is no try. The winning streak is the most important thing to deal with. 

 

 

 

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