Serena Williams ended her professional tennis career in September with a third-round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1 at the US Open. The American was not in top form since her maternity and she decided to hang up the racket at 41 years of age.
The Queen, as she is nicknamed, is considered one of the most important tennis players in the history of this sport, and with a prize money of more than 94 million dollars, she is the woman who has won the most. But the life of Serena Williams does not lose intensity, the revolutions continue since the legendary American also triumphs beyond the tennis world with her different companies: from fashion, cosmetics, jewelry, to ventures and investments around the world; a former player who promotes equal rights and who fights for the respect of all people in the world of work, encouraging the growth of women in all areas.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion has recently entered a new chapter, launching her new lifestyle brand ‘Will Perform’, which consists of a collection of topical pain relievers, daily muscle care lotions and roll-ons designed to offer relief.
pain relief and daily muscle support for athletes and non-athletes alike. “It’s taken years to make this day a reality and I’m super excited to launch my new brand Will Perform. Recovery has been a huge part of my career and life, especially as a mom, so I’m looking forward to letting you all know about the collection of recovery that I have created,” declared the youngest of the Williamses.
Without a doubt, the popularity of the American legend has not waned. Lifestyle website ThatSister examined search data for more than 100 of the most powerful African-American women as of January 1, 2022, to determine who were the most followed and most talked about women of the year.
Mouratoglou comments on Serena Williams
Patrick Mouratoglou said the loss had a huge impact on Serena Williams and the effect trickled over to her performance in the subsequent months. “I taught Serena Williams to think like Serena again,” Mouratoglou said.
“She had forgotten that. So, she loses the US Open semifinal against Roberta Vinci and it had a huge impact on her. Even though it is one defeat after four Grand Slams won in a row, and she was in the semifinal of the fifth. Then, she is in the Roland Garros final, playing extremely badly and the previous losses are still having an impact,” he added.
“She can make it to the final as she has the tennis and physical qualities, but to win a final requires a specific headspace. Serena didn’t have it.”
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