Donald Trump Congratulates Serena Williams For Her 1st Title Since Australia 2017

All the uncertainties of tennis experts regarding the next Serena Williams title will dissolve after winning the Auckland Open title on Sunday. As he was in a drought of titles since January 2017 (which included his maternity break), critics are skeptical about Serena triumphing again on the WTA Tour.

However, with her powerful Wilson wand, she proved that those tennis experts were wrong. Congratulations from the president of the United States The victory in New Zealand earned him a tribute from the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

"Congratulations to Serena Williams for another great victory," he tweeted. "She is a great player and an even older person"

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Congratulations to @Serena Williams For another great victory. She is a great player and an even older person.

Our members in Virginia (tennis) will never forget you! https://t.co/55ZhYVTpUU – Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2020

The following for Serena Williams Serena's next big challenge is to get a Grand Slam title and match Margaret Court's record of 24. Since she defeated her older sister Venus Williams in the 2017 Australian Open finals, Serena had four Grand Slam finals and the 2019 Rogers Cup final. Those experienced races have been disappointing for her. Each time she falls short in two sets to secure the 24th major crown. Despite being fully prepared for the final battle, he returned home with an unfulfilled dream. In the Grand Slam finals, Williams has not yet achieved a set as a mother. The next stop of the world number nine, in Melbourne for the Australian Open 2020.

The 23-time Grand Slam champion has received the best previous result for the next scale on her calendar.

Williams, beating Jessica Pegula in straight sets, has undoubtedly raised her morale for the Australian specialty.
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