In the memoirs of Maria Sharapova , Unstoppable: My life up to now, she mentioned their first victory of Grand Slam in his career. That was a victory over Serena Williams in the Wimbledon final 2004. In his book, Sharapova spoke about Williams ‘screaming’ in the locker room after his defeat.
“For me, the real answer was there, in this locker room, where I was changing and she was crying. I think that Serena hated me for being the girl skinny the hit, against all expectations, Wimbledon ”, wrote Sharapova.
After crossing these lines, Serena was disappointed. But he accepted it collapsed in the locker room after losing the final of the Grand Slam. “I think that the book was 100% of rumors, at least all that I have read and the quotes that I read, which was a little disappointing.
You know, I’ve cried in the locker room many times after a defeat, and that is what I have seen done to a lot of people, ” said Serena Williams during the French Open in 2018. “I think that is normal. And I think that, in any case, it shows the passion and desire and, you know, the will that you have to want to go out and do the best “
“The use of my sleeve” – Serena Williams on her emotion, Wimbledon is very special to Serena, and probably losing the main title of the turf pitch against Sharapova, then 17 years old, Williams simply couldn’t take it.
“It’s a Wimbledon final, you know. It’s just that I think it would be more shocking if she wasn’t crying. And I am emotional and I have emotions and I use them on my sleeve ” “you Know, I’m human. So, for me, I think that is totally normal.
I think that what happens there definitely should stay there and do not necessarily speak of that in a not so positive in a book ” there’s Always been some kind of friction between the two legends.
According to the autobiography of Maria Sharapova, Unstoppable the American was super upset after losing the final match to the lanky Russian in Wimbledon 2004. The battle could be called Williams, the Goliath physical against Sharapova, as David.