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Internet users Are Perplexed By A Mysterious Detail In Serena Williams’ Victorious Return

Serena Williams and Ons Jabeur defeated Marie Bouzkova and Sara Sorribes Tormo to advance to the second round of the Eastbourne competition. The score was 2-6, 6-3, 13-11.

Prior to Wimbledon 2022, Serena Williams played in a tennis tournament in Eastbourne and won her doubles match. In order to advance to the tournament’s second round, the 23-time Grand Slam champion and Ons Jabeur defeated Marie Bouzkova and Sara Sorribes Tormo 2-6, 6-3, 13-11.

Serena Williams made headlines for three mysterious black patches on her right cheek in addition to winning her first match.

Three black patches on Serena Williams’ cheek have people on the internet talking.

Serena Williams, who was playing in only her third match, along with Jabeur, got off to a sluggish start. Williams’ opening serve, which was measured at 90 mph, gave her the first point of the game (145 kph).

Williams struggled in the first set after being off the court for a year. She appeared irritated when she was unable to get low enough to block a shot to the face from Sorribes Tormo.

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After 25 minutes, Williams finally struck a winner with a smash. Despite slipping as she raced to the net in the second set, Williams’ agility improved.

With a backhand winner from the baseline, the former world number one created a set point and forced a tiebreaker.

One of the three match points was created when Williams attempted to volley to her right but it was blocked. Sorribes Tormo’s missed volley sealed the victory.

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The Wimbledon record of Serena Williams

Since her injury-related first-round exit at Wimbledon last year, Serena Williams, 40, has not participated in the WTA tour.

Williams retired in the middle of a match in 2021 for just the second time in any Grand Slam competition of her career and the first time since 1998 after losing her balance on the slippery grass and having her right leg give way.

She did, however, receive a wildcard entry into the Wimbledon 2022 tournament this year from the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC).

Williams has seven Wimbledon titles to her name, with the most recent one coming in 2016. In 2018 and 2019, the American finished second at the All England Club. The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the tournament in 2020.

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