Serena Williams' husband furious with F1!

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Serena Williams' husband furious with F1!

Serena Williams is married to Alexis Ohanian, founder of Reddit, with whom she had a daughter, Olympia. F1 fan, Ohanian tweeted all his anger over Lewis Hamilton's defeat in Abu Dhabi. Max Verstappen won his first world title thanks to overtaking Lewis Hamilton on the last lap of the last championship race.

Hamilton's friend Ohanian said on his Twitter profile: "This is a bullsh*t. Congratulations to the safety car!" Venus Williams also expressed her closeness to the seven-time world champion, who in recent days had dedicated a message to the two sisters.

The British, in fact, will participate in the masterclasses created by Serena for her association. "When I was young I tried to mix with others. Once I learned to accept my differences, I never wanted to be anyone else.

During the masterclass, I will teach you how to conquer your personality and use it to reach yours. goals," said Lewis. Serena Williams has won 73 WTA singles titles: 23 of these are Grand Slam events (absolute record in the Open Era, men included), making her the second player ever to have won more Majors in this specialty behind only Margaret Smith Court, with 24 .

She completed the virtual Grand Slam, which consists in winning four consecutive Slams not in the same calendar year, twice (in the two years 2002-2003 and 2014-2015). She has also won five year-end Master Cups and 19 Premier category tournaments (6 Premier Mandatory, 6 Premier 5 and 7 Premier), as well as 21 Tier I and Tier II titles and a gold medal from the London Olympics in 2012 against Maria Sharapova.

Not only in singles Serena Williams can boast numerous victories, but also in women's doubles and mixed doubles, where there are 16 other Grand Slam tournaments: 14 won with her older sister Venus and two in mixed doubles, both obtained with Maks Mirny in 1998.

To these successes must be added three other gold medals at the Olympics, all won together with Venus, a Federation Cup and two Hopman Cups.

Novak Djokovic: "Preparations for 2022 have already begun"

Novak Djokovic has experienced yet another great season of his career.

The Serbian champion started 2021 in Australia and, after being eliminated on the occasion of the ATP Cup, he became the protagonist of a fantastic ride in Melbourne. Despite the physical problems encountered in the match against Taylor Fritz in the third round, Djokovic found a way to recover and win the final by overcoming opponents of the caliber of Milos Raonic, Alexander Zverev and Aslan Karatsev in tough matches.

In the final act of the Australian Open, the Belgrade then clearly defeated Daniil Medvedev and took home the tournament for the ninth time; no one has done better than him. Djokovic then skipped the Masters 1000 in Miami to recharge his batteries and prepare the season on clay in the best possible way, where he reached the final at the Italian Open and won the ATP 250 tournament in Belgrade 2, before showing up in Paris.

At the Roland Garros, Djokovic became the first player in the Open Era to win all Majors at least twice. Impossible to forget the epic battle that allowed him to beat Rafael Nadal in the semifinals. The Serbian then leveled the score with Roger Federer and Nadal at Wimbledon.

In fact, on the lawns of the All England Club he won his twentieth Grand Slam by dominating his opponents and imposing the law of the strongest. The two defeats suffered at the Tokyo Olympics and at the US Open cannot in any way obscure an out of the ordinary 2021.

In the first case it was Zverev who beat him in the semifinals; in the second, Medvedev took care of extinguishing the Grand Slam dream. Djokovic was only one step away from history, but was unable to handle the pressure in the last act of the New York Grand Slam.

Australia will again kick off the new tennis season and there are still many doubts related to Djokovic's presence. Only vaccinated players will be able to compete in Melbourne and there is still no definite information on the choice made by the 20-time Grand Slam champion.

Djokovic has decided not to talk about the matter publicly, but for the moment he is enrolled in both the ATP Cup and the Australian Open. The tennis player born in 1987 has already started training in his Belgrade in view of the next season and in some statements released to the local media during the Euroleague match between Red Star and Barcelona he explained: "The preparations for 2022 have already begun and are proceeding great." Words that spark great hope in the hearts of all his fans.