Serena Williams revealed in a chat to Forbes what sport she would have played if she was not a successful tennis player. The American said: “Golf. I can hit it really far; it just doesn’t go in a straight line”.
On her investments, Williams added: “If I’m the boss, I’m going to give other people opportunities that normally wouldn't have had opportunities. Because I know what it’s like. Or the narrative is never going to change.
We have to make those uncomfortable topics comfortable in order to make change. I think people definitely underestimate me, but that’s what makes me most dangerous”. Serena is set to be back to the competition in January 2020 at the Auckland's ASB Classic.
On her come back to the competition after motherhood, Williams concluded: "I feel like in 20 years, I definitely will be like, Wow, that wasn't so bad (smiling). It's very hard right now in the moment to, like, take this and say, It didn't work out for you today, but it's really hard right now to take that moment in and to say you did okay, because I don't believe I did.
I believe I could have played better. I believe I could have done more. I believe I could have just been more Serena today. I honestly don't think Serena showed up. I have to kind of figure out how to get her to show up in Grand Slam finals."