Why Serena Williams doesn't want coach to speak at Wimbledon


She talked about the power of walking into her matches knowing she has nothing to lose, a point of view she gained by losing nearly everything. She knows how to play on this court. In the week leading up to her first-round match against Viktoriya Tomova, Williams posted a daily countdown on Instagram that included flashback Wimbledon photos and uplifting sentiments. But after another two-month break, she has yet to be defeated in her next two tournaments. Williams won that one for a second consecutive title at the All England Club, before missing the grass-court tournament a year ago while pregnant. Following the baby's delivery, Williams had a number of health issues, including a pulmonary embolism and a hematoma, which led to her having multiple surgeries. I'm enjoying every moment.

They will watch Angelique Kerber take on Serena Williams in the women's final, Kensington Palace confirmed last night.

Serena Williams thinks of herself as Wimbledon royalty and the seven-time champion will be cheered on by her friend the Duchess of Sussex in Saturday's final against Angelique Kerber.

Her rival on Saturday will be No.11 seed Kerber of Germany.

There are potential parallels.

Prince Harry and Prince William will remain at home while their wives cheer on Serena Williams at Wimbledon.

"It's mentally very, very hard", Williams said.

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'But as I said in the past couple years, I don't want to limit myself.

"I don't think it's the right thing to do", Dominika Cibulkova told the BBC before the decision came down. I want to get as many as I can, starting with - I still have a match to win, so I'm not even there yet'. In her first official tournament at Indian Wells, she managed to win her first two matches but lost to sister Venus in the third.

"Top of the heap, " Evert said. Suddenly, Williams' place in another All England Club final began to seem all but assured - while also feeling like entirely too much to expect so soon.

"I still have a match to win", she said. "I don't even know how to feel". You have icon, absolutely unarguably or arguably one of the greatest athletes of all-time: male, female, black, white, " she said. You have wife. You have a mother.

Williams was forced to stay in bed for six weeks and could barely walk as she recovered from the traumatic experience.

After tumbling out of the top 10 previous year, the German left-hander appears back to the blistering form that carried her to the top ranking and three major finals in 2016, including grand slam triumphs in Melbourne and NY. But when Goeges' final shot soared long, Williams did not roar with relief or release.

But she's yet to be seated in the Royal Box. No disrespect to the likes of Goerges and Mladenovic who are good players, but they are not Williams' equal. That first game consisted of eight points: Three were unforced errors by Ostapenko, including a double-fault to begin the proceedings; the other five were winners by her, including a 100 miles per hour ace to close the hold. "Every day is different, " Evert said. Kerber is the best player she's faced this fortnight, and both women have dropped only one set so far this tournament. She has since retired, made a comeback, retired again, opened two tennis academies, had two kids, and starred in two reality shows on Belgian television. She was ranked No. 1 when she took her maternity leave and was ranked 183rd in the world after returning to the tour in March.