Reporter Getting Crushed For Asking This Sexist Question To Serena Williams

Reporter Getting Crushed For Asking This Sexist Question To Serena Williams

Reporter Getting Crushed For Asking This Sexist Question To Serena Williams

Just after returning to the courts for her first major, Serena Williams has to withdraw from her upcoming June 4 match with Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova in the fourth round.

The 36-year-old said she had suffered a pectoral muscle injury in her third-round win over Julia Goerges and "can't serve at all".

"I unfortunately been having some issues with my pec muscle", she explained.

With an 18-match winning streak against twice French champion Sharapova in her favor, Williams said she was "beyond disappointed" not to be able to play on Monday.

This is the first time ever in Williams' illustrious career that she's withdrawn mid-way through a Grand Slam, however, she has withdrawn midway through other tournaments 15 times. She gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia in September and had mounted a comeback in what she called her "Wakanda-inspired catsuit" at Roland-Garros.

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"I just always try to think positive and just think of the bigger picture and hopefully, the next event and the rest of the year".

Williams's reactions when her low-speed serves came back more quickly then they were dispatched looked pretty much like this, during the doubles.

"I'm beyond disappointed", Williams added.

However, the 23-time Grand Slam victor will now have to focus on making a recovery in time for the start of the grass-court season. She said she tried to tape it up to add support, but "it didn't get a lot better". I thought it was a flawless opportunity to see how I was going.

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Sharapova turned the situation around, but Garcia got a lot of praise. Sharapova has won 11 of her last 13 matches on clay court.

"It was very nice, this headline, and I know that some people think I will never make it, but I'm sure I'm going to make it", the seventh-seeded Garcia told reporters. "It's extremely disappointing", Williams said. I didn't manage to find the rhythm, to be focused on my match.

"It's very hard because I love playing Maria", Williams said, per USA Today.

The German, a former World No 1 and a two-time major victor, reached the quarter-finals for the second time with a 6-2, 6-3 win over France's Caroline Garcia.

Sharapova will go on to face either Lesia Tsurenko or 2016 champion Garbine Muguruza in the last-eight.

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