Serena Williams responds to the idea of fusion ATP/WTA Roger Federer, then delete them


On Wednesday, tennis legend Roger Federer caused a major storm in the tennis world by posting the idea on his Twitter account that the Tour ATP and WTA should be merged. The reactions were mostly positive with Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep, Petra Kvitova and Billie Jean King supporting the superstar switzerland.

The counterpart of Federer in the game female modern, Serena Williams posted his own response on Twitter, but shortly after removed the same. However, was in line long enough to capture the image of your tweet.

Serena Williams, who played against Federer in a thrilling clash in the Hopman Cup 2019, commented: “Ummm, that was confidential and not supposed to be shared yet …” . Shortly after, Williams, who is known for expressing his opinions, deleted the tweet, The heads of ATP and WTA Tour have also backed the proposal, saying that they have been working in recent weeks on issues related to the pandemic coronavirus.

Tennis Australia has also supported the suggestions of Federer. Federer and Williams are among the superstars with the most important game today: Federer has won 20 Grand Slam titles in singles, the most of any tennis player male in the story, and Serena Williams has won 23 Grand Slam titles in singles, second only to Margaret Court, who has 24.