“When I’m walking down those corridors of the All England Club on to Centre Court, you think of different moments that you’ve had, different moments that you’ve won, or didn’t win. I try not to focus on those moments because I try to create a new moment every time I walk out there.” – Serena Williams
It is no surprise to anyone that tennis-star Serena Williams has 21 Grand Slam Trophies and tied two records working a third. Serena is the No. 1 ranked tennis athlete in this world and is 34 years old with a lot of ambition and drive. Serena has won 29 titles, eight of them majors in 16 finals. She has a win-loss ratio of 238-20, or 92.2% – compared with 523-107 (83%) before they met. She has also been more dominant against the best players, winning 88.9% of her matches against top-10 opponents, compared with 65.3% before her 30th birthday. Serena being the oldest to hold a lot of these titles is what makes her journey even more inspiring. People are asking how much farther can she push herself, while Serena just does it and keeps pushing. Go Girl!!! Wimbledon is scheduled to take place from June 27, 2016 until July 10, 2016.
“Throughout my whole career I have been able to learn a lot from defeats, to come back a much better player.” – Serena Williams
With the French Open that was on June 4 against Garbine Muguruza, Serena lost 7-5, 6-4. The tennis star reflects on her winnings and loosing, as well as all it took to get here…including defeating her sister Venus Williams. With Serena trying her best as only a No. 1 Ranked Womans Tennis athlete can do, she is steadfast to tie and then surpass the 22 major grand slam of Stephi Graf, who achieved that goal in 1988. While commentators see her getting distracted and not performing to her full beast mode potential…Serena puts added pressure on herself which commentators think are blocking her mentally from locking down her wins she needs to keep making history.