American tennis legend Serena Williams is at a juncture where another Grand Slam title will make her the greatest player of all time. But the irony is that 40-year-old Serena, who is trying to move forward in this campaign, has suffered a setback at the very first step.
Serena Williams lost in the first round of Wimbledon Championships
Serena Williams, who once ruled the tennis world, made a comeback in the women’s singles match after 364 days. The former world number one player crashed out of the tournament after losing in the first round of the Wimbledon tennis tournament. There was a lot of ups and downs in his game during the first round match.
On a few occasions she appeared to be in downright rut, while there were also occasions when her game looked like she would go further in her mission to equal the record for most Grand Slam titles. She eventually lost 7-5, 1-6, 7-6 (10-7) to world number 115 Harmony Ten of France in the first round.
Serena got entry in Wimbledon Championship through wild card
The seven-time former champion at Wimbledon was not included in the entry list by this tournament, so she entered the competition via wild card, but her journey ended at the first station. Serena played her last singles match at Wimbledon on June 29 last year. Due to injury in the first set of this match, he had to be ruled out of the tournament.
Harmony Ten, who defeated Serena Williams, will face 32nd seed Sara Soribes Tormo of Spain in the second round on Thursday. Tormo defeated American qualifier Christina McHale 6-2, 6-1 in the first round.