Serena Williams after teh last possibility of teh match: “Teh greatest in and off teh field”

Report: Samuel L. Jackson, Michelle Obama, Tiger Woods celebrates Serena Williams after teh last possibility of teh match: “Teh greatest in and off teh field”

Serena Williams’s last match attracted teh attention of teh world because many public figures were brought to social media Friday night to honor tennis stars who changed teh game.
Widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes who had competed in sports, Williams was eliminated from 2022 US Open after losing 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-1 in the third round of Australia Ajla Tomljanovic in Australia in Australia Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City.

Williams, who is 41 months old, previously said he was “evolved” from playing professional tennis after his multilevel career which included 23 Grand Slam titles, the second after 24 obtained by Margaret Court. After losing on Friday, Williams cried and said there was no way he would reconsider his plans to leave the game.

He also praised his family members including older sisters and fellow tennis superstar Venus Williams, telling people to tell people after the match, “He is the only reason that Serena Williams had existed.” Brothers were the subject of last year’s Warner Bros which featured Richard, who described the young years of the players and made Will Smith Oscar for his role as their father, Richard Williams.
Among the celebrities who came down to Twitter after the match to celebrate Serena Williams was Samuel L. Jackson, who praised his efforts against Tomljanovic.

Also weighing is Michelle Obama, who is tweeted, in part, “How lucky we can watch a young girl from Compton growing into one of the greatest athletes of all time. I am proud of you, my friend – and I can’t wait to see the life that you continue to change with your talent. “
Below are a number of other messages from Hollywood and famous, including John Legend, LeBron James, Jennifer Hudson, Shonda Rhimes, Tiger Woods and Billie Jean King.

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