Serena Williams Tennis Strength Secrets

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor

Serena Williams Tennis Strength Secrets

Serena Williams Tennis Strength Secrets Photo by Maarten Bloemen

The Serena Williams tennis strength secrets may very well play out on the world stage at her very first appearance at the Brisbane International Open in January 2012. Williams has never played in Brisbane before, and it’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser as the former top seed tennis champion struts her stuff on the court for the Australian fans.

Reportedly excited about the tournament, the thirteen times Grand Slam singles title holder is looking forward to the challenge.

The American tennis star has previously claimed all of the four Grand Slam singles and doubles titles concurrently—which is a remarkable achievement.

Serena Williams Tennis Strength Secrets to Be Revealed at the Brisbane International Open in 2012.

This next article points out some of the awesome attributes of this very capable athlete:

The thirteen time Grand Slam champion has had a topsy turvy year and even though, she was unable to bag a major title, she had a great hard court season. Following, a run of the mill grass court season in 2011 with a fourth round exit to Marion Bartoli at Wimbledon, Serena failed to defend her title and nose-dived out of the rankings all the way to world number 171.

Nevertheless, she eventually made her way back into the top 50 and later to world number 12! Serena gave it her best on the hard courts as she won the titles at the Bank of West Classic in Stanford and the Rogers cup in Toronto.

In addition, she also managed to defeat many famous names like the reigning world number one Caroline Wozniacki during the semi final. However, in the title match of the US Open she lost to Samantha Stosur and became a runner up.

Williams will be joined by many top ten WTA players at Brisbane International, such as; Kim Clijsters, Maria Sharapova, Samantha Stosur, Ana Ivanovic and many more.

Tournament Director Cameron Pearson said, “This is the ultimate endorsement of the event, Serena is arguably one of the best female tennis players in history and the fact that she has chosen to play in Brisbane just demonstrates the reputation the event has built with players on the tour.

One can clearly agree that Serena Williams completely changed women’s professional tennis and is a laureate, even after extended absences; she has managed to come back as a champion. Click here to visit the original source of this post

With a legacy like that, one can expect to see some exciting tennis court action as Serena Williams tennis strength secrets bring on the challenge to her counterparts during the Brisbane International Open. Without a doubt, Serena will deliver her powerful game as she strives to climb back to full form with her explosive tennis serve and agility, in an attempt to reclaim her former WTA rankings.

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