"North Americans just don't understand," said Serena Williams' husband



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"North Americans just don't understand," said Serena Williams' husband

Serena Williams concluded her tennis career in September with a third-round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1 at the US Open. The American, after her motherhood, had no longer appeared in dazzling shape and so she decided to hang up her racket at the age of 41.

She is considered one of the most important tennis players in the history of the Game, and with a prize pool of over 94 million dollars she is the woman to have earned the most. The 23-time Grand Slam champion recently started a new chapter by launching new lifestyle brand Will Perform which consists of a collection of topical pain relievers, daily muscle care lotions and roll-ons designed to offer pain relief and daily muscle support.

both athletes and non-athletes. Here are some of her statements about it: "It's taken years to make this day and I'm super excited to launch my new brand Will Perform Recovery has been such a huge part of my career and my life, especially as a mom, so I can't wait for you all to experience the salvage collection I've curated."

"North Americans just don't understand"

Serena Williams' husband Alexis Ohanian is of German descent.

The Reddit co-founder's parents were German immigrants before moving to the United States. The Ohanian family loves the famous sweet Marzipan, Christmas cake. Alexis recently opened up about her Christmas tradition of eating the famous European dessert.

Serena Williams' husband further revealed that she received it as a gift from her father, who has historical ties to Germany. He said: "I eat it once a year at Christmas because my father sends me some, mum was from Hamburg, right next to Lübeck.

The best marzipan."
His social media post caught the attention of Shopify CEO Tobias Lütke: "this stuff is tremendously underrated in North America." The Reddit cofounder later replied to Lütke: "North Americans just don't get it." Lütke commented: "You just inspired me."