Serena Williams, winner of 23 tournaments of the Grand Slam, ensures that it is “anxious to get back to the tennis courts” as to the sanitary conditions allow.
In a message hanging on Instagram, the ex número one of the tennis world appears to participate in one of the sessions of gymnastics which comes to addressing his older sister, Venus, since the beginning of the confinement by the pandemic COVID-19.
Williams does not see his life outside of tennis: “it Is the best that I can do and I love it. I’m really anxious to get back to the tennis courts,” he said.
The season tennis is suspended until at least mid-July by the pandemic, which has already caused the cancellation of the tournament of Wimbledon and, for the first time since the Second World War, the postponement of Roland Garros the month of September.
The american tennis player, 38-year-old, he accepted as a “necessary evil” the necessary rest for the health situation in the world and he feels that his body “was in need”, although she does not would like.
“Now I feel better than ever, more relaxed, more in shape. I can go out to play tennis in the truth”, said Serena.
Venus Williams, winner of seven tournaments of the Grand Slam, continues to lead by Instagram their training sessions and this week he invited his little sister, in his judgment, “the greatest tennis player that has ever existed”.