Serena Williams identifies herself as a “Superhero” in her latest match. Seems like we get a new addition in the “Superhero” group as a Tennis player can now amuse everyone with her super powers just like other superheroes.
While wearing a black catsuit at the French Open, she told about her outfit that she wore it throughout 7-6(7-4)6-4 times during winning over Kristyna Pliskova which gave her a sense of superhero.
This outfit gives her a comfort level that in any situation or condition this will never affect her dominant character.
In her interview she said that: "I feel like a warrior wearing it, a queen from Wakanda [referring to the Black Panther movie] maybe.” Though she has just given a birth last September.
She further told, “It outfit was comfortable to wear.” At the age of 36, she expressed her feelings, "I'm always living in a fantasy world. I always wanted to be a superhero, and it's kind of my way of being a superhero."
She also pointed out that this costume supported her to confront the problem of blood clot she encountered on Friday, that literally cost her life.
She told in her interview about her health, "I had a lot of problems with those - I don't know how many I have had in the past 12 months.” She further said that: "It definitely has little functionality to it.”
"It's a fun suit, but it's also functional so I'm able to play without any problems."
She took part in the tournament with another great player as her opponent, the one who kicked out the 28 aces between them, so, it was a tough competition. The game initially run smoothly with a tie-break in which William rebounded below 3-0.
In contrary to this situation, the second set came as a dip for both players as compared to the first one with falling average rate of 27%. Even though William had made certain silly mistakes but had obtained the greater valuable opening with 4-3 point which led to her victory in the 10th round. The third-time French Open singles Champion will stand against Australia’s Ashleigh Barty.
She had been inquired by the people about her chance in Roland Garros tournament as she won this last tournament in 2015.
She told that: "I don't know. I'm definitely here to compete and do the best that I can do.”
"I'm not putting any pressure on myself as I normally do."
She was also asked to tell whether her involvement at the Grand Slam had changed her mind after becoming a mother.
She said, "The biggest difference is definitely I'm semi on time today." she further continued, "It's because I want to get home to see [daughter] Olympia because I have been here all day.”
She said, "There were a couple of rain delays so I wasn't able to [see her]. If I'm not practicing, we're hanging out.”She shows her worries about her child, "I'm concerned how that's going to work out for me, because normally in Grand Slams I do spend a lot of time at the site. She's so young, I don't really bring her."
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