Serena Williams was one of the many stars in attendance at the NAACP Image Awards. The former American star shared photos on her Instagram, in which she is a real goddess. Class, elegance and beauty: the outfit worn by Serena is simply incredible.
A long black dress with a dizzying slit and a plunging neckline.
Here are the pictures:
Serena Williams’ interview for E!
Serena Williams is unanimously recognized as one of the best athletes of all time. In addition to winning 23 Grand Slam titles, the American legend has achieved countless other honors and won the hearts of millions of fans around the world.
The former WTA number 1 entered the professional circuit in the late 90s, immediately showing flashes of crystalline talent. Serena has won Grand Slam matches in four different decades and sparked memorable rivalries, including hers with her sister Venus.
Due to her advancing age and injuries, Williams withdrew from the 2022 US Open after playing an excellent tournament. The American failed to match Margaret Court’s all-time Grand Slam record, but that doesn’t detract nothing from an almost unrepeatable career.
During a lengthy interview with E!, Serena explained why she decided to retire even though she was still in fair condition. She said: “I played tennis a few days ago and I realized that my current level would allow me to play again on the WTA Tour.
I withdrew by my choice, there were no physical or other reasons. I wanted to leave tennis before my body forced me to. My goal has always been to preserve my physique, so that I have a good life after I retire. I am a happy person.
I love to laugh, I like being in company and having fun with my friends.Professional tennis requires the utmost dedication and it is difficult for athletes to find time to relax. We have to work hard every day and always have the next goal in mind.
I myself have not fully enjoyed some titles or some prestigious victories. I’m using this free time to cultivate my passions. I love reading, going to the cinema and playing golf, all activities that I used to sacrifice. Now they help me unplug.”
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