America’s Lawn Tennis Super Star, Serena Williams has reportedly wept uncontrollably like a child as she leaves the Wimbledon Tennis tourney in tears.
Infonet9ja.com reports that the American Super Star tennis sensation after being knocked out at the fourth round of the 2021 French Open was hopeful that the Wimbledon Open could afford her the opportunity to accomplish the quest for a 24th grand Slam title that she has lost severally, most painful of her attempts was her defeat to Naomi Osaka in February 2021 at the US Open.
The American tennis star, having overcame her defeat at the French Open was optimistic that the Wimbledon could provide her the opportunity to clinch the long awaited grand slam title.
Sadly, injury however forced her out during the first round of her match on Tuesday with Aliaksandra Sasnovich.
Serena Williams’ recurring ankle injury could not allow her play further in the fifth game of the first round of the match that she was in total control of.
Though, she made attempts to shake off the injury and continued playing the match after being attended by the medical team, clips of videos showed Serena Williams in great pain which forced her to leave the tennis court and match venue in tears.
It is not yet clear how long she is going to take her to recover from the injury as her fans await eagerly for the medical team to fully access the injury to determine the length it will take her to recuperate.
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But there are speculations that Serena could be missing from any competition in the next three months when she is expected to recover fully.