“Serena Williams will win his 24th Grand Slam title” – Boris Becker

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The six-times Grand Slam champion, Boris Becker, issued its verdict on Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who were deposed in the year 2021 for the next players. On the contrary, in the women’s game, believes that Serena Williams, of 38 years, will continue to dominate the sport.

Williams started the season by winning their first title in the fourth decade of his career in Auckland International. It was his first title as a mother. And strives to raise the bar of tennis, hitting the ball each time more strong.

The rest is a blessing in disguise for Serena Williams

Six months of having given his daughter Olympia, Williams returned to the tour, and a few weeks later reached the final of Wimbledon and then the US Open in 2018. The following year, successfully defended their places finalists in the Slams. and was also a finalist in the Rogers Cup and at the same time was addressing all his wounds.

“For the women’s side, Serena Williams will remain competitive and will continue to be among the favorites. I think that she will be able to win his 24th Grand Slam singles title. She is the best player of all time. She is a role model for every mother, who continues to work even after giving birth to their children, “ said Boris Becker.

The pandemic coronavirus certainly has given Williams a golden moment to work on your game and come back even stronger when you resume the tour. Week-to-week, the player will be more consistent on the WTA Tour, Serena is getting better. And is making it difficult for new players to fight against it.

With the upcoming Olympic Games, the year 2021 will be crucial for Serena. As the search of your dream 24 Slam and the desire of another olympic medal will be your main priorities.

Becker on the return of Andy Murray

The German legend Becker feels that the unusual break from tennis will benefit the three-time Grand Slam champion, Andy Murray. The briton has been struggling with injuries for a long time. You still have to play a match in 2020.

However, in the midst of all the misfortunes, and after suffering an injury that threatens his career, Murray beat Stan Wawrinka in the final in Antwerp and won his title back. And during this break, the number 129 in the world Murray will not experience a fall in the ranking.

Andy Murray

“Andy will have the opportunity to rest and fully recover from your problem of injury of the hip. Will make his return, ” said Becker.

Murray, former world number one, plan to participate in the French Open in 2020 if it takes place at the end of September. But the scottish pro is skeptical about that Roland Garros is put in place this year.