Serena on his road to become an all-time Women’s Legend112 views
NEW YORK: The World No.1 Serena Williams enter the US Open registering a case for herself to become an all-time women’s legend, the best women tennis player to live or may be the best woman in the history of sports.
The 33 year-old American won her first Grand Slam title in her teenage back in 1999 at Flushing Meadows, since that moment the road to greatness began for Serena Williams as no rival could match her level of excellence.
Currently she has won 21 Major titles and now she’s on run to complete her second Serena Slam of her career, if she wins the US Open title it will be her fourth consecutive one and she complete her second Serena Slam which is a big achievement nobody in the history of tennis either male or female has ever repeated a second career slam.
While talking to the media, Serena said that she wants to play tennis and she doesn’t wants to listen about this history or that history. She just wants to maintain her focus and no distractions, it will help her to perform better and give her best. Serena also holds the record of becoming the oldest World No.1 at the age of 33, she won her first US Open at the age of 17.
She completed her first career Serena Slam from 2002 French Open to 2003 Australian Open, if she wins the US Open fourth time in a row she will match the record tally of Chris Evert from 1978 and if she wins the title at Flushing Meadows it will be her’s 22nd Grand Slam title to level the achievement of German legend Steffi Graf.
Serena has won six Wimbledon, Australian Open, US Open and three French Open titles, she is just three Major titles away to draw level with Australia’s former great Margaret Court’s all-time record and if she completes a calendar year Grand Slam she will join a rare group of Graf, Court, Maureen Connolly, Don Budge and Rod Laver.