Serena Williams will not become the 4th player in women's tennis history to complete the calendar Grand Slam. The World No.1 was upset by Roberta Vinci in the semi-finals, two wins shy of completing the feat. After facing what can be considered one of the biggest upsets in tennis history, Serena wasn't very happy to meet with the media in Interview Room One in Flushing Meadows.
Here is the World No.1 making it immediately very clear speaking to the reporters in New York. Q. How disappointed are you?
SERENA WILLIAMS: I don't want to talk about how disappointing it is for me.
If you have any other questions, I'm open for that. Serena then talked about how well Roberta Vinci played to beat her. "I thought Roberta played the best tennis in her career. You know, she is 33 and she is going for it.
It is also inspiring I guess. It is good for her to keep it going and playing so well. I think she played literally out of her mind" said Serena. Williams also denied to be feeling the pressure. "I told you guys, I don't feel the pressure.
I never did feel the pressure. I didn't feel the pressure to win here. I said this right from the beginning." Was she at least tight? "I did make a couple of tight shots, to be honest, but maybe just two shots.
I think that is normal in a match that you make two tight shots. Other than that, I don't think I was tight." IN THE NEXT PAGE SERENA TRIES TO MAKE HER PRESSER SHORT ---->