Serena Williams wants to win more even at this point of her career where she does not have to prove anything to anyone. The American is not really satisfied with her ongoing season, where she’s lost three finals, the Australian Open final to Angelique Kerber, Indian Wells final to Victoria Azarenka and the Roland Garros final to Garbine Muguruza. 'I could do better. But honestly, that’s how I felt about 2015,’ Serena said in an interview to Wall Street Journal.
In 2015, she had done better. She won three Grand Slams and was stopped by the Italian Roberta Vinci in the US Open semi-finals. Her coach Patrick Mouratoglou thinks that Serena forgets the past. According to him, 'There are very few champions on this planet, and they share things in common. One of those things is the ability to forget the past. They never look behind, always ahead.'
Asked what’s been the proudest moment of her career, Serena replied of her return to Indian Wells, where she returned in 2015 after a 14-year absence. In 2001, she was booed by the spectators during the final, because Venus disappointed everyone by withdrawing from the semi-finals with an injury. The sisters had skipped the event thereafter until Serena made a comeback last year, saying that she wanted to be forgiving. This year, Venus too participated in the event, after an absence of 15-years.