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“…If There Wasn’t Venus”: Emotional Serena Williams After Crashing Out Of US Open

In a on-court interview, Serena Williams was seen crying and she credited her sister Venus for achieving massive success in the sport.

23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams crashed out of the ongoing US Open on Friday in the wake of going down in the third round to Croatia’s Ajla Tomljanovic. Respected one of the best players to at any point play the game, Serena went down 5-7, 7-6, 1-6 in the third round. After the match, Serena was legitimately close to home and she said she wouldn’t rethink retirement yet “who can say for sure”.

In an on-court interview, Serena Williams was seen crying and she credited her sister Venus for making enormous progress in the game.

“I wouldn’t be Serena in the event that there wasn’t Venus. So thank you, Venus. She is the main explanation Serena Williams at any point existed. Everything began with my folks, they merit everything. I am so appreciative to them. These are blissful tears, I surmise,” Serena said.

Found out if there was any chance she may yet expand her vocation, she answered: “I think not, however who knows.”

“It’s been a tomfoolery ride,” she said. “It’s been the most extraordinary ride and excursion I’ve at any point been on, I mean, in my life.

“I’m simply so appreciative to everyone that is at any point said, ‘Go, Serena,’ in their life. I’m simply so thankful. You got me here.”