After winning the Australian Open 2005, Serena Williams was struggling with his form in the circuit of the WTA. He suffered abdominal injuries, knee and ankle on various occasions. Consequently, missed the Grand Slam tournaments.
Dental surgery emergency of Serena Williams She began the year 2007 with a world ranking of number 88, and with a victory in the Australian Open; then, after a season of blossoming, turned to enter the ranking of the top ten of the WTA.
But in the following year, in 2008, Williams announced a dental surgery emergency. That year, she lost in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open to Jelena Jankovic, and then withdrew from three tournaments that he was scheduled to play.
It was all their injury to the gums. One of the tournaments was the Open of Paris, where he was the second seed. In addition, he missed the tournament in Antwerp, Belgium, in the middle of the surgery rare.
At that time, the body of Serena was in shape and there were no problems with his physical state. But the dental surgery in the middle of the season came from nothing. However, the ace american Williams did not disclose the details of your surgery sudden.
The former world number one Serena Williams returned to the circuit of the WTA tour at the beginning of march 2008, and claimed the title in Bangalore, India. He then managed his fifth Miami Open in the united States.
“I’m happy to be in India and play because, to be honest, I don’t feel 100% in shape, ” he said in Bangalore while receiving his first title after undergoing a dental surgery little common.
“It took Me time to settle down. I started to make some mistakes and the balls were flying ” In 2008, Serena reached the final at Wimbledon , won the title at the US Open and ended the year as the tennis world number two.