Lewis Hamilton recently won the Formula 1 World Champion title for the 7th time, matching the successes of Michael Schumacher. The histrionic British driver, however, had fun in recent days by posting a video on Instagram in which he was playing tennis against his father, showing a tennis ...
not very convincing! Lewis, along with tennis players Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka, have defended the community of color for Black Lives Matter, after what has happened in the US in recent months, especially after the outrage caused by the horrific killing of George Floyd.
Serena has long been targeted by racist comments and is now committed to helping women, especially those from the black community. Osaka, during the US Open when she wore 7 different masks during the event with the names of 7 victims of racism.
However, Naomi and Serena had very amused reactions to the video of Hamilton playing tennis. The Briton said in the Instagram post: "So my dad and I are not good at tennis, but we're trying to improve. I always use a slice to beat him and he always falls for it.
Now he learned it and he finally got me today. When people ask me, how are you going to celebrate? We have a life to celebrate and spending time with family is the way I celebrate. #Familyiseverything #dad @serenawilliams HELP!
" Both Naomi and Serena commented on the video. Naomi said, "You have to start training, you can't let your dad kill you like that." After Lewis asked for help, Serena simply replied: "Dying laughing !!!!!!!!!
Osaka and Serena's seasons
Naomi played her last game on September 12 when she overtook Victoria Azarenka 1-6 6-3 6-3 in the US Open final to win her sixth career title and her thrid Slam. Currently, the Japanese has an overall record of 16-3 this year.
Naomi won 1 title at the US Open. Naomi reached the final in New York. Now ranked No. 11, Serena Williams was supposed to play on September 30th. However, he gave Tsvetana Pironkova a walk in the 2nd round of the French Open. This season Serena Williams come back to win a WTA title after three years, in Auckland: it was the first success after the Australian Open title won in 2017.
Below Hamilton's post and video: "So my dad and I aren’t great at tennis but we are trying to get better. I always use a slice to beat him and he always falls for it. He’s now learnt it and finally got me today!
When people ask me, how will you celebrate? We’ve got life to celebrate and spending time with family is how I am celebrating. #familyiseverything #dad @serenawilliams HELP!"