Serena pulls another one off but it’s hats off also to Azarenka at Women’s Singles Final – Tola Adenle

September 9, 2013


Interview: Victoria Azarenka

An interview with: SERENA WILLIAMS

Photo Credit:  USTA Official Website

Two lovely STRONG and determined young ladies, and two different words but similar sentiment of respect for each other at the end of a match with statistics that may not exactly tell the whole story.  What a match that kept fans up in zones further East of EST up till Monday’s early hours and beyond.

In the end, the hungrier [older] young lady won, and it was definitely apparent that Serena wanted it more, even much more than her body and thinking process were able to cooperate with, and a little more than Vika whose Era/Reign was announced at Arthur Ashe Stadium with her gutsy performance against an opponent whom she had acknowledged before their match as the greatest ever.

What a delightful match to watch like millions around the world!  Definitely one down for the ages.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013.  5:04:06 a.m. [GMT]

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2 Comments on “Serena pulls another one off but it’s hats off also to Azarenka at Women’s Singles Final – Tola Adenle”

  1. TO Says:

    Yes, it was.
    And, yes, the hungrier won, even as she was largely unserenious (my coinage for she not being at her utmost).



    • emotan77 Says:

      Thanks, TO, & thanks for the new word! Yeah, Serena seemed to lapse in out of concentration. I also believe the up-and-down the Singles and Doubles matches are getting a little too much for her near-32 year-old body – if not the mind by now.

      Venus has done her best for herself, for Little Sis and for the game, and it’s better Serena cuts the chord of doubles competition now. I do not like watching Doubles but I actually saw part of the semi-final and Venus is no longer to cover her part of the partnership.

      To avail herself of the capability she still has of a couple of more grand slams even though I used to think she should call it a career about a couple of years ago but no longer do, Serena should call a halt to doubles competition; may be doubles practice just to enhance her game.

      Sincere regards,



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