One of the best female players in the history of the sport Serena Williams has said that she has never felt better than now and everything is awesome at the moment.
Williams defeated Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland to win the women’s doubles final at the Wimbledon on Saturday, taking her singles Grand Slam tally to 14 titles.
She said, "I don't want to think about a legacy because I am definitely going to keep playing for many years to come. I have never felt better. I feel awesome and amazing. I just feel like all this is going great."
The American number one also stated that she would have won many more Majors if she had not faced so many problems throughout her career.
She added, "I just think I would probably have won several more grand slams had I not ran into anything that happened to me, for no reason. But you never know why things happen. There is a reason for everything. I am living in this moment and every time I win any match, I am happy."
Williams has come across many troubles during her career, including sports injuries and other ones. The 30-year-old injured her foot by stepping up on a piece of glass after winning her 2010 Wimbledon title. Her condition worsened as some later complications took her to deathbed after a blood clot came in her lungs.
Serena and her elder sister also won the Wimbledon women’s doubles title on Saturday. The younger sibling has now a total of 29 Grand Slam titles, including 14 singles, 13 doubles and 2 mixed titles.