“She Seems Really Eager To Get Back”- Chris Evert On Serena Williams Returns To Tennis


Serena Williams and Chris Evert

The greatest tennis player Serena Williams is on the road to win her 24th Grand Slam of her career path. However, She has lost four major finals on the way. As of now, questions have raised. Meanwhile, the Coronavirus lockdown may prove beneficial for the American legend Serena Williams, said Chris Evert.

Compatriot Chris Evert said that the break could improve the situation for Serena Williams. Besides, the break in the season can also help her get fitness and game.

Hall of Fame Evert said, “Maybe she will be calmer out there.” Additionally, she added, “I think she will have a fresh perspective and approach.” Moreover, Serena Williams is chasing the record of Margaret Court, who has 24 Grand Slams to her name.

Serena Williams

The crowd and all tennis fans were expecting the drought to end in the Wimbledon itself. Serena Williams is known for her play on the grass. However, the cancellation of Wimbledon was unfortunate. The pandemic being the reason for the same.

She Looks Really Fit And In Great Shape-Chris Evert On Serena Williams Fitness

Chris Evert, 18 Grand Slam winner further said, “She looks really fit and in great shape and she seems really eager to get back.” In addition, she said in an interview with BBC, “So that’s the danger zone for a lot of the other players because if anyone can get through these difficult times and these challenges, it’s Serena Williams.”

Serena Williams

Additionally, the American great has prior talked about her struggles after giving birth to her children. Furthermore, Serena also went on to play the finals of both Wimbledon and US Open in 2018 as well as 2019. Though, losing on all the occasions.

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Although, the US Open 2020 will be a good opportunity for Serena Williams to win her record-equalling Grand Slam title. The tournament will begin on 31 August. The matches will play behind closed doors in NYC.


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