Former World No.1 Serena Williams, who is considered one of the greatest tennis players of all-time, is one step closer to hanging her racquet on a nail. However, the 39-year-old from the United States revealed many things about what she likes and does not like, especially daily routine, tennis, marriage, love, friends she likes and her favourite city in a recent Q & A session.
First of all, when speaking about self-learning, Junior Williams said, “I’m learning about meditation, I’m reading a lot about it, and I find it really interesting, and I think that’s something I can apply in my life a little bit more.”
Here, the 23-time Grand Slam champion answered numerous fascinating questions for you. Let’s see!
Q: Do you like to stick to a routine or shake things up?
Serena: “I love a good routine because it makes me organised. I love being organized. But I also like to shake things up because I’m the kind of person that gets too much involved in a routine, and It could get a little nutty.
Q: What are you surprisingly good at?
Serena: “I am surprisingly good at what I am not surprisingly good at.”
Q: What city do you travel to do you find the most energising?
Serena: “Paris, I get so much energy when I’m there, and I just feel like a brand new person, and I just feel like a fashionista when I’m there. I love it.”
Q: Is there anything particular that I always travel with?
Serena: “The one thing that I always travel with is my bible. I never leave home without it.”
Q:When do you feel most calm?
Serena: “I am most calm when I feel like I’ve gotten everything done, and I’ve been really productive, and I don’t have anything else that I need to do.”
Q: What from tennis will you take with you after you retire?
Serena Williams: “I think the best thing I’ll take from tennis after I retire is so many amazing memories and also a tremendous amount of trophies.”
Q: What kind of energy are you typically attracted to in a friend?
Serena: “A friend I like has a really funny energy that is fun and delightful and easy to be around and positive. I need someone positive in my life.”
Q: What’s something you wish you could tell all young women about heartbreak?
Serena: “Heartbreak is a part of life whether it be a loved one, a boyfriend or an animal, but time to heal all wounds is a deal-breaker for me in a relationship is definitely loyalty well not having it that is.”
Q: What was something you always knew you wanted at this stage in your life?
Serena: “I always knew I wanted kids; I never knew when, but I always knew I wanted kids at some point.”
Q: What were you surprised to learn about marriage?
Serena: “Marriage is not bliss, but it can be if you work at it.
Q: What have you learned about love?
Serena: “I learned that love is an amazing feeling, and if you have an opportunity to fill it, then it’s a special thing.”