Venus Williams has had a prolific career in tennis and his game is simply incomparable in comparison with the rest of the WTA Tour. In the year 2010, the u.s. was ranked number two in the world and, simultaneously, was the player best ranked in the doubles circuit.
His career was quite smooth. However, in the following year, a series of injuries led to retreats to one-half of the match and withdrawals from tournaments in the career of Venus. In 2011, due to a muscle injury in the hip, withdrew from the French Open and marked the first absence from a Grand Slam since the U.s. Open of 2003.
He returned to the circuit for the tour of the turf pitch, also appeared in the season of hard court in North America. But, before he could play his second-round match at the 2011 US Open, Venus Williams was diagnosed with a disease that threatens his career.
When Venus Williams was diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome My disease was the Sjogren’s syndrome, an autoimmune disease that causes muscle and joint pain, and fatigue. The former Venus world number one also took care of the shortness of breath.
And all the forced to suspend its tennis season during the specialization of Flushing Meadows in 2011. And finally, it dropped out of the ranking Top-100. The recovery period was quite challenging for Venus.
Was nullifying your hope to get back to the circuit as its symptoms are deteriorating daily. He felt the edge of his career. “No matter how long you work, I was exhausted, out of breath and I never felt in shape.
It was really frustrating, ” said Williams Prevention.com in 2019. “My symptoms got worse gradually, until the point that he could no longer play tennis any more professional. Unfortunately, that is typical of people with autoimmune disease “
“Are misdiagnosed or too sick to work. I literally took the professional tennis before getting the correct diagnosis. As you can imagine, it has definitely affected my game.
I felt out of control,” However, with pure positivity and patience, took an appropriate treatment and recovered from the syndrome, tearing of nerves. After experiencing a threatening illness, he had a renewed faltering in the WTA Tour in 2012 and continued to progress slowly in the professional circuit.
And, during the Summer Olympic Games 2012 in London, Venus won a gold medal in the domain of doubles with her sister Serena Williams .