SUCCESS IS A JOURNEY” Nobody can stop you but you” You are there between your dreams and reality. You can’t achieve whatever you want you only achieve what you believe. Williams, an amazon character lady has the same perspective she is absolutely unleashed when she’s on the way.
It’s 6th time Serena Williams an incredible Tennis player rejoiced and replenished herself with 6th Wimbledon Championship, 21st Grand Slam Single Trophy overall. It’s here 4th Consecutive major title this Saturday.
She balanced the Winner’s Silver dish atop her head – LOOK, MA, NO HANDS – as she contemptuously strolled along the Center Court.
“I was peaceful, feeling really good,” Williams said. “Maybe a little after that, I started thinking about New York.”
William NO.1 seeded closed at 6-4, 6-4 against NO. 20 Spanish Garbine Muguruza with thrashing win.
“I’ve been trying to win four in a row for 12 years, and it hasn’t happened. I’ve had a couple injuries. You know, it’s been an up-and-down process,” Williams said. “I honestly can’t say that last year or two years ago or even five years ago I would have thought that I would have won four in a row.” She spoke
It’s recorded, At 33, William is the oldest tennis play to triumph a Grand Slam tourney in the Open aeon of professional tennis, and it comes 16 years after her first, at the 1999 U.S. Open.
Only Maureen Connolly in 1953, Margaret Court in 1970, and Steffi Graf in 1988 have won all four majors in a single season. And only Court (24) and Graf (an Open-era record 22) own more Grand Slam singles titles than Williams.
She collected half-dozen trophies each from Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and Australian Open, and three from the French Open.
“I just never dreamt I would be out here still,” Williams said, “let alone winning.” Wow….what a believe she has?
“She refuses defeat. She refuses to lose,” said Williams’ coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, who has helped her win eight of the past 13 Grand Slam tournaments. “When she feels the taste of losing, she finds so much strength, and then she can raise her level.”
“I was like, ‘What can I do?'” Muguruza said. Suddenly, Williams was up a set and 5-1 in the second.
And suddenly, she began to come undone. “All the people are nervous, even Serena, in a final,” Muguruza said. “Because I saw it.”