Serena Williams still hungry for Slam glory despite mum's role

Serena Williams still hungry for Slam glory despite mum's role

"Why not? After everything she's done, it would have been the ideal excuse and exit to say, 'I've had it", said Federer, the father of two sets of twins. "I feel like equality, that's all I've been preaching, it's all about equality", Williams continued.

"I was pleasantly surprised", Williams said.

Five-time champion Venus Williams advanced to the second round with a 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-1 victory over Johanna Larsson.

She added: "It's just about being equal and not centering one person out".

After just 20 minutes to complete the first set, Federer went on to fire 35 winners past Lajovic, breaking serve five times, setting up a second round encounter against Lukas Lacko of Slovakia. "Just test everyone equally".

Williams figures to garner plenty of attention however long she remains in the field after sitting out Wimbledon previous year while pregnant.

After the match, Williams told reporters the suit was also created to help with blood clots, something the tennis pro has battled, including after giving birth to her daughter when she says she "almost died". "When I saw it, I actually learned from it". It's been two years since I played on grass ... "I got the early break in each set and then was able to bring it home". No matter where I'm ranked.

"Maybe if I play a little bit better in the beginning, it could be a little bit different".

“I have such high expectations of myself, ” said Williams, whose 23 Grand Slam singles championships include seven at Wimbledon, so she was seeded 25th even though her ranking is 181st following an extended absence.

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She thinks it's unfair she gets drug-tested more than other players.

That heavy schedule also meant she spent less time with Olympia, which she found tough.

"She played unbelievably today".

Behind him, French Open champion Rafael Nadal, and previous Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic will be intense outs for anybody in their individual ways while up-and-comer Alexander Zverev, will hope to make a sprinkle as he climbs up the rankings.

"I think coming up, the US Open, very special moment for an American to win a US Open. I really don't like being away from her", Williams said.

"If it's the shorter days, now that I'm not playing doubles in this event, I have the day off, I think that will help".

The 23-time Grand Slam champion wore a head-to-toe white ensemble by Nike - the same brand that created her Wakanda-inspired catsuit to mark her triumphant return to the sport after almost 14 months gone for the birth of daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian. "How can I have a missed test when it's nowhere near the time I should be there?"

The umpire at the net with Roger Federer of Switzerland (left) and Dusan Lajovic of Serbia on Monday. "As long as he's here, I'm going to try to be here". "What's important is these people are professional, they know what they're doing, they treat you like humans, not like criminals. I came in here feeling not too bad".

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