Friday February 28, 2020

Comment: Serena is the hero we need right now

The greatest of all time has made her post victory press conferences appointment material for sports fans, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

8th July, 2016
Serena following Wimbledon victory Pic: Getty

The mic drop moments just don't stop from a woman who has embraced her role as an icon in what are meant to be the closing years of her career. At 34, Serena Williams is ancient in tennis terms. Roger Federer, he nearest contemporary in terms of sheer longevity on the male circuit, still has the odd good run but it's becoming increasingly likely that we've seen his last major win. Williams? She is still...

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