Serena Williams Aims For ‘Outrageous’ Australian Open Comeback
Serena Williams, a “new energy” sensation in her pregnancy, is already preparing for an Australian Open title defense in January. In an extensive interview with Vogue that touches on body image, maternity and race, Williams said he had set the goal to play in Melbourne.
“This is the most outrageous plan,” Williams, 36, who is expecting his first child next month. “I just wanted to put that around. It’s about three months after delivery.
I’m not about to go back, but I just said it’s pretty intense. “Williams said during her dismissal from her pregnancy that she had carefully watched the world of tennis, including the execution of her sister Venus in the Wimbledon final.
And she has an eye on the record of all-time correspondence Margaret Court 24 Grand Slam titles. She was already pregnant when she won her 23 at the Australian Open in January.
“Obviously, if I get a chance to go out and get Margaret, I’m not going to spend,” Williams said. “In any case, this pregnancy has given me a new power.”
Williams said he had a “love-hate relationship with the idea of power” regarding his game, sometimes uncomfortable that his skills and his strategy seemed to be sloppy.
“Little by little, as I get older, I began to feel differently.
Power is beauty. Strength is beauty. So now on the court, I want people to think I’m strong, “he said.
But she is dismayed to think that many interpret her determination in the field as “unpleasant” – something she believes to be about race.
“I think people think I’m bad,” he said. . “Very hard and very bad and really street I think the other girls in the dressing room saying: ‘Serena is very nice’ But Maria Sharapova, who could not tell anyone, could be perceived by the public as more pleasant ..
Why then? Because I’m black and that’s what I mean? It is the society in which we live. This is life. They say that African-Americans should be twice as good, especially women. I am perfectly satisfied to have to be twice as good. “