Serena Williams' husband fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger: "Sorry it took me so long!"



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Serena Williams' husband fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger: "Sorry it took me so long!"

Serena Williams said goodbye to the world of tennis at the US Open. The US tennis legend stopped in the third round of the last Grand Slam of the year by losing in three sets to one of the best versions of Ajla Tomljanovic.

The crowd consistently supported Serena Williams by crowding the stands of Arthur Ashe Stadium in the three games that marked her journey to Flushing Meadows. Against the Australian player, the 23-time Grand Slam champion threw a 5-3 lead to the winds and saw her opponent close at 5-7.

Even the second set seemed to be able to relive the same story as the first, but Williams was good at restarting the scores in the tie-break. In the decisive set, however, the North American player collapsed and collected only one game.

Throughout her career, Serena has been the undisputed star of the WTA Tour, but also the queen of investments, fashion and style.

Serena Williams' husband super fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger

Serena Williams' husband Alexis Ohanian is a huge Arnold Schwarzenegger fan.

Recently, the co-founder of Reddit read the autobiography of the famous Hollywood star and shared his reaction to it. He wrote: "This was a great listen! Sorry, it took me so long, my friend Schwarazenegger!" Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story is Arnold's autobiography, out in the bookshop since 2012.

Schwarzenegger was not only a big star in Hollywood but also a prominent figure in US politics. Arnold governor of California from 2003 to 2011. Serena Williams said goodbye to the world of tennis at the US Open. The US tennis legend stopped in the third round of the last Grand Slam of the year by losing in three sets to one of the best versions of Ajla Tomljanovic.

The crowd consistently supported Serena Williams by crowding the stands of Arthur Ashe Stadium in the three games that marked her journey to Flushing Meadows. Against the Australian player, the 23-time Grand Slam champion threw a 5-3 lead to the winds and saw her opponent close at 5-7.

Even the second set seemed to be able to relive the same story as the first, but Williams was good at restarting the scores in the tie-break. In the decisive set, however, the North American player collapsed and collected only one game.

Throughout her career, Serena has been the undisputed star of the WTA Tour, but also the queen of investments, fashion and style.