Serena Williams wins 7th Title

Serena Williams, already an exceptional player by any standards, won her seventh WTA title recently at the match in Miami, which makes her the only player, male or female to have won so many titles in the history of the Sony Open tournament. And what makes the win more exciting for fans is that she had quite a setback in her first set but went on to play exceedingly well against her opponent, Li Na, and made a ferociously good comeback.
Formerly Serena Williams held six titles, the same as Andre Agassi on the men’s side, at least where the Sony Open was concerned. But by winning this seventh title she has become the most winning player yet.
She stated that she was very excited because last year she has wanted to win the sixth and obviously to go on and get the seventh title, but she had been unsure about putting pressure on herself to get seven titles. But now that she has she feels proud that she was one of the players she grew up watching as a child.
Serena Williams has already been ranked number 1 in women’s tennis singles on six different occasions by the women’s tennis association. She is also regarded to be one of the finest women’s single tennis players in history, having won over $50 million in prize money, the first for any female tennis player. She is not just a famous singles player, having won more Major singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles than any other currently active tennis player, male or female. Her 32 major titles make her quite a formidable opponent. This recent crowning glory in the Sony Open will only add to her credit.

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