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- 2 weeks ago
Where the money is. Where The the attention is. Sad.
- 3 weeks ago
She says she’s not obsessed with equaling the most grand slams, but she is ,the trouble is she keeps coming apart when faced with a woman who can play well , it’s becoming an embarrassment.she should retire
- Anonymous2 months ago
She's 20+ years past her prime. What exactly are you expecting?
- Ogami IttoLv 62 months ago
She's older and had a baby but can still beat most of the grunting stick figures in the game these days.
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- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Serena is coming back to the competition as she ages. She can still play very well+, but may not be able to sustain it through a whole tournament.
- 2 months ago
One thing I know is she will never be as great as Margaret Court or Chrissy Evert.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 72 months ago
Even the best pro's get upset once in awhile.
Everyone can have a bad day, feel a little off, sick, or slightly injured, with a pulled muscle or something.
I would hardly write her off just yet, over one game.
- DavidLv 72 months ago
Don't dis Serena, credit Naomi.
- PaperwaspLv 72 months ago
Like all sports, tennis is faster today than it was even just five years ago.
- AnonymousLv 62 months ago
Great match for Osaka!