Serena Williams In Tears After Australian Open Loss To Naomi Osaka (VIDEO)
Serena Williams has now raised questions about her future as a Tennis player after she lost her Australian Open Semi-final match against Naomi Osaka, MySportDab reports.
The American was almost in tears as she touched her chest after a 6-3 6-4 semi-final defeat loss to Naomi Osaka.
She became emotional as her post-match press conference with tears in her eyes.
When asked about the unnecessary errors during the match, Serena said: ‘I don’t know, I think am done.’
She then walked out of the press conference room while trying to control her emotions.
Moments before leaving, she was asked if she might has said goodbye to Melbourne Park already.
‘When i say farewell, I wouldn’t tell anyone,’ she added.
MySportDab can confirm that Serena Williams has now gone four years without winning a major.
There are now more suggestions that she should considering retirement at this stage.
At 39 years old, she had been beaten hands down by a young opponent in Naomi Osaka.
‘I made too many errors, easy errors. Not like I was rushing or anything, they were easy, too easy mistakes,’ she said.
‘The main difference today was my errors. I made too many unnecessary errors today. Honestly, i had the opportunity to win and be 5-0 up.’
‘The crowd here is amazing, it was nice to see them,’ she said.
Most parts of the limited 7,500 tickets were not sold and the stadium had empty seats.
Serena’s husband, and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, 37, watched her match against Naomi Osaka.
Serena and Alexis got married in 2017, shortly their first child, a daughter named Olympia was born.
Osaka is now the main to win the Australian Open against Jennifer Brady in Saturday’s final match.
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