Serena Williams Hits Incredible 124 Mph Serve Speed despite Shoulder Injury at Australian Open
Serena Williams has added another impressive feat to her long list of milestones as she aced a 124Mph serve speed at the Australian Open despite her arm Injury.
Serena Williams’ tennis milestones have been impressive from the word go, and there is no exception in the new one she bagged at the Australian Open while she played with an injured shoulder.
Williams made a phenomenal serve that recorded a 124 Mph speed and her spouse, Alexis Ohanian, took to Twitter, where he excitedly celebrated the feat. Ohanian compared his wife’s speed to that of a speedometer.
Williams is a world champion who has spanned decades in the world of tennis, but reports have it that she owes 80% of her wins to her perfect serves. The serves are one of the reasons Williams stayed at the top of her game.
A few days before the Australian Open, the mom-of-one showed that she was very confident about her performances and how the games would turn out. The star noted that she would, however, stay careful.
The tennis champ who shared that she was hopeful for two weeks of the coming games pulled out of her game with Barty because she considered it a precautionary measure.
[Williams] has pulled out of the Australian Open semi-finals, leaving Barty with a walkover into the finals.
The 23-time grand slam winner was joined on the sidelines by Naomi Osaka and two-time Australian Open champ Victoria Azarenka, who also sustained Injuries, pulling out of the Grampians Trophy.
Williams shared that she had gotten some treatment on her shoulder. Over the years, the sports legend has become accustomed to managing injuries, and she noted that she would keep taking medications at the Australian Open.
The star goes hard when it comes to each of her games, and her victory always speaks volumes. However, Williams stays conscious of her age and the need to concentrate on her physical condition.
Presently, the 39-year-old tennis player has pulled out of the Australian Open semi-finals, leaving Barty with a walkover into the finals. However, the star gave no full explanations for her withdrawal.
Leading up to her withdrawal, she had three wins at the Yarra Valley Classic, one of six tournaments at Melbourne Park, curating a 6-2, 4-6, 10-6 victory in a match.