Serena Williams, the greatest woman tennis player in the last twenty years, is close to making a successful venture, achieved by Steffi Graff in 1988, that is to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in a single year. Now the American tennis player is halfway, after her victories at the Australian Open and at Roland Garros.
The upcoming Wimbledon will be the turning point for Serena. Four slam wins in a year would mean a lot, but for Williams this is not a priority. "Obviously I'd like to do it. But I feel that if I did it, I would like to retire.
I do not want to retire because I would love to play the Australian Open and the Olympics. I have many cute outfits to show next year. I want to keep playing. I've already won three Grand Slams in a row, and it is a wonderful thing," said Serena.