'" On how she deals with racism: "I try not to be protected. It's important to be yourself, whatever the cost." On what she wants her legacy to be: "I never thought about leaving a tennis legacy. And then I was given the opportunity to play tennis and parents who supported that.
Because I feel like you can become a little bit of a robot. I always thought about leaving a legacy of fulfillment, living out your dreams, and giving back.
” This isn't the first time Williams has been caught up in a love triangle.
” Asked if they were still madly in love, Sabriya, 32, grimly told The Enquirer, “Yeah, I thought we did love each other! I'm the greatest that played better in my thirties.And the older I get, the more I'm like, 'I'm too young!It’s a good thing, then, that the only news that has been hitting the newsstands is the fact that the world number one is underperforming right now.She lost to Sveltana Kuznetsova in the fourth round of Miami Open 2016.