Every tennis player, in order to stay at the top, needs to make sacrifices and not get carried away by the success. Serena Williams is definitely one of them and in an interview to GQ Magazine the 23-time Grand Slam champion was asked how it feels to get so many wins and money as well. 'It feels good', Serena admitted.
'I mean, I go out there, and I win, and it feels good. But I also, unfortunately, you know, I'm always thinking, Okay, so what's next? What can I do? How can I improve? You know, What did I do wrong? It's just a vicious cycle.
It doesn't matter if I win a Grand Slam, I'm always thinking about Okay, I won—now what's next?' Serena, who earned $88 million career prize money so far, is investing on her fashion line Serena, which is an exciting challenge for her.
'I never thought I would have a start-up. And it's been so much work, and it's so chaotic, and I've never been more stressed out in my life. Just like, literally, meetings after meetings and call after call. But at the same time, it's like I'm stressed out, but my hair isn't falling out.
Because I'm having fun. I'm doing everything, I'm doing the designing, I'm leading the calls, I'm doing the COO search. So I'm literally on the phone every night until, like, 10 p.m. And I'm a full-time mom.
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