Serena Williams says “I don’t want to go too long without cracking a racket.”

Serena Williams says I don't want to go too long without cracking a racket

The World No 1 Female Tennis Player has never been the type that hides her emotion while on court and off court.


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As she had been seen countless  no of times to let out her emotions in ways only her can best explain.

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Earlier today we saw another Serena Williams Outburst as  she hit her Defend less Racket 5 times on the floor after loosing the First Set in a tie break to the unseeded American.

After a rough first set that saw her squander eight break point opportunities, double-fault three times and commit 16 unforced errors, Williams let out her frustrations on her poor, defenseless racket during the changeover.

Williams later went on to win the match Proving her resilience and why she is been no for the past two years now.

Serena said during a post match Conference:

Serena Williams on smashing her racket today at Wimbledon:


I’ve cracked a number of rackets throughout my career.  I’ve gotten fined a number of times for cracking rackets.  In fact, I look at it like I didn’t crack one at the French Open or Rome, so I was doing really good.  I don’t want to go too long without cracking a racket.

Williams received a code violation for the incident, which could have had far worse consequences had her discarded racket not landed neatly in the lap of a cameraman.



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