Possibility of Serena Williams not to return to winning Grand Slam

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The more you have the more you want, and this acquires a special sense in animals competitive as Serena Williams. The u.s. views with concern the progress of the coronavirus, to understand that the suspension of Wimbledon 2020 hurts greatly to their interests and puts at risk the celebration of the US Open in 2020. For a player of his age and condition, the opportunities are dwindling and every Grand Slam should be dealt with as the last. The accumulation of disappointments in the last few events have generated a reservoir of concern in a woman who is marked as the target legendary add a title that will allow him to match to Margaret Court as the player most successful in history. Although you do not need to be considered as the best of the story, his perseverance is endless but John Fitzgerald, ex-australian player, a former captain of Davis Cup team of his country and former world number 1 in doubles, consdiera that the u.s. will not be able to put the finishing touches to his career.

“It takes a while with serious difficulties to win the important matches. Suffers against the best and has been unable to deploy his best tennis in the finals that he has played,” said the australian 59-year-old. “I do not mean to be disrespectful with it, I think that the normal thing would be that with 38 years old, the chance of winning a tournament as well go down a lot in each new event that is disputed. The suspension of Wimbledon can do that Serena would perceive it as impossible to add another title, and it seems to me that this is so. At your age, you need always something of pace to get in top form at the most important tournaments, to be both time-stop is going to be lethal,” he says in the words collected by TheAge.

Questioned about the relative importance that should be given to the possibility of winning or not another title, John Fitzgerald is adamant. “Considering all that has been achieved, I believe that there is no doubt that it is the best of the modern history. It is curious that you are suffering and demanding both to itself by winning another title that allows you to match to Margaret Court. I think you should rethink that goal, it may not be a priority, and I extend this reflection to the case of Roger Federer“says the australian in a statement very interesting and deserve to be internalised. It is likely that the relative importance of another title is to be oversized by Serena Williamswhose legend is already untouchable.