Tennis great legend Serena Williams’ 25-year-long career came to an end with a loss against Ajla Tomljanovic in the third round of the ongoing U.S. Open on yesterday.
Since 1995, Serena has been a strong player in front of her opponents in women’s tennis. When she achieved her first Grand Slam title at Flushing Meadows in 1999, she spread the golden wings of survival. The only thing that helped Serena to progress in every game was the strength she got from the environment she lived and grew up in.
Even after winning every title in 27 years, the black beauty’s mind was imprinted with a sense of purpose to empower the downtrodden to hold their heads high. Her determination earned her the distinction of being the woman who has won the most Grand Slam titles in the world. The legendary Serena Williams won four Olympic titles along with her sister Vinny’s doubles titles. A brave woman who directly beat Pulmonary blood clot disease. Serena is the beauty of blackness, standing up against the stench of white Americans who hate her color. When the legend Serena Williams leaves the world of women’s tennis, no one else can fill the gap.
It was a legend of a time when she bid a tearful farewell on the same field where she won her first title. A symbol of strength that knocks opponents to the knees. No matter how much time has changed, she was a symbol of the age that was written as a legend of struggle in the golden pages of history.