The tennis player put an end to her legendary career and the president of the United States himself took it upon himself to thank social networks through her after her legacy left her on the courts
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, celebrated this Saturday the career of the American tennis player Serena Williams and thanked her for having shown that “everything is possible.”
“You are an inspiration, an all-time champion. Thank you for dreaming, for daring and for showing that anything is possible,” she said in a message on Twitter a day after Williams bid farewell to the US Open in a match that may put an end to her legendary career. .
.@SerenaWilliams, you’re an inspiration, a champion of all time.
Thank you for dreaming, daring, and proving that anything is possible.
— President Biden (@POTUS) September 3, 2022
Williams had assured in a recent interview that she is ready to leave tennis and she suggested that this would happen after this tournament, whatever the result that she obtains in the championship that takes place in New York.
Williams’ last match of his tennis career
The 40-year-old tennis player lost 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1 to Australian Ajla Tomljanovic in the third round of the US Open. In this way the youngest of the Williams says goodbye to the tournament to put an end to one of the most glorious sports careers in history.
And as expected, after the game, and through tears, Serena thanked her parents, making it clear that everything began thanks to her parents and that she got to what she got thanks to them: “It all started with my parents and they deserve everything. These are tears of happiness, ”said the now former tennis player.
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