Serena, the red-letter sedulous 38-year-old former world’s No. 1 who came across 23 major singles, the most by any men of women in open era, was found stumbling on throwing out some punches around a boxing ring corner with legendary heavyweight Mike Tyson at an annual camp set out by Serena Williams coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, the Green-French tennis mentor and commentator who has been alongside the hard-baseliner since 2012, but surprisingly the boxing legend said he “wouldn’t want to get in the ring” with the ‘high risk’-style spesh, one of the greatest in women’s tennis history, adding “she has some power!
” In point of fact, the two bombardier’s paths were crossed at a “Mouratoglou Preseason” in Florida, which was reported bringing together some of the players and celebrities including fitness influencer Shaun T, DJ Bob Sinclair and two talented male tennis players Roger Rune and Christopher Eubanks, for a “unique team-building opportunity ahead of the new season”, a WTA report spilled last week.
Meanwhile, after sharing a Boxing lesson with Serena, much-adored for her consistently outlandish serves and forceful groundstrokes from both forehand and backhand put-downs, the former WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight champions between 1980s and 90s, Tyson wrote at his Instagram later this week, “I don't want to get in the ring with this GOAT [greatest of all time] Serena Williams, much love and respect. Hitting the bag with Serena Williams? She has some power. ”