Serena Williams lost again in the first round
Excitement at Wimbledon: In a dramatic match tennis legend Serena Williams lost in the first round to young Frenchwoman Harmony Don. This is Serena’s first big game in a year.
D.ennis superstar Serena Williams suffered a dramatic setback in her much-anticipated return after a one-year hiatus. The 23-time Grand Slam winner lost 5: 7, 6: 1, 6: 7 (7:10) to French Harmony Dawn on Tuesday at 3:10 p.m. The 40-year-old was a long way from the former’s former form after sustaining a serious injury to his thigh at the same location a year ago.
So Williams will have to wait for his 24th victory in a Grand Slam, setting the Australian Margaret Court record. Despite all the usual, he could not prevent his third defeat in a Grand Slam opening match at the American Center Court.
Encouraged by his sister Venus and his mother, the American initially had no match training and liveliness. Williams only played in competitive matches in the doubles division. A seven-time Wimbledon champion he wanted to keep rallies short and celebrate point wins with loud screams. World No. 115. Don used stops to chase Williams.
Williams looked blank
Don won the first set with a passing ball, leaving Williams helpless after 64 minutes. Williams used the time covered by the folding roof over the huge Wimbledon arena to go into the catacombs.
When she returned, she received enthusiastic applause. The lower the error rate, the higher the accuracy. The second set was closer than the 6-1 score. In the decisive round, Williams broke the match point and his own serve 5: 6. At the tie break she was already leading 4: 0 and losing.