ESPNtennis.comReading: 3 minutes
One day it came. One-year anniversary of Serena Williams’ deathafter playing US Open historic (for her and all tennis lovers), Lost in the third round to Australian Alja Tomljanovic 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1 and hung up the auction.
In a meeting full of emotions from every corner of Arthur Ashe, full of public, The former world No. 1 and 23-time Grand Slam champion bid farewell to the great achievements of her more than 20 years in the game.
During his career, he won a total of 73 singles titles and 23 doubles titles. (14 of them are out of the Grand Slam with sister Venus) plus four gold medals at the olympics (Three for doubles and one for singles).Undoubtedly the incredible amount of trophies makes it one of the real ones goat, Not just tennis, but the history of the sport.
During those 365 days, she devoted herself to advertising, traveling and enjoying sporting events (she saw Lionel Messi’s debut at Inter Miami), but a few days ago she announced that she was becoming a mother for the second time.