The 34-year-old 21 times Grand Slam Champion is currently in London Ahead of Wimbledon 2016, as it stands she is the defending champion every other Female Tennis Player Needs to Beat to Be crowned Wimbledon 2016 winner.
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Serena Williams has suffered two major Grand Slam final Defeat this Year, first at the Australian Open in January and The second been 3 weeks ago at the French Open Final against Gabrine Muguruza of Spain all of which had denied her History and a 22nd Grand Slam Title which will tie her up with Stefi Graf’s 22
In interview with Wimbledon this week she talked about her not looking back on her loss and instead picking a lesson from every defeat on Court.
Since last year after Winning 3-straight Grands Slams which were the Australian Open, The French Open and the Wimbledon Before Fizzing out to Vinci of Italy in the US Open Semi Final, she had been on that losing part and the Pressure of Equaling Stefi Graf’s Record has had a Major Impact on her game since, Although the 21 Times Grand Slam winner didn’t openly admit to it.
“Honestly, I don’t feel any pressure. I feel good and confident,” she said.
“This year I don’t feel as much tension as I usually do. Well, there’s some years I haven’t felt any tension either. I’m feeling pretty good. I don’t feel any pressure or stress.”
“I think it’s important to learn from every loss that you have,” she said. “I think I usually do throughout my whole career. I have been able to learn a lot, to come off, to come back a much better player.”
Williams faces Macedonia-born Swiss Amra Sadikovic, a 27-year-old who came out of retirement last year to qualify for her first Grand Slam main draw at this year’s Championships.
Williams concedes she knows little about her unheralded opponent. Her coach Patrick Mouratoglou will take care of that.
“Honestly, it doesn’t matter who I play,” Williams said. “I’m definitely ready to start playing at this point. I’m kind of over practising every day for two hours, then going to the gym for some time.”
It is not the first time Williams has struggled with the weight of history. She took four attempts to reach Grand Slam No.18 to draw level with Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova.
When she won last’s year Wimbledon title at 33, she became the oldest winner of a Grand Slam title. But she has won just won tour title since.
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