I honestly have no idea what to say. There are no words to describe the force that is Serena Jameka Williams. To say that she is the greatest tennis player that ever held a racquet would be to engage in hyperbole, but Serena's career is hyperbolic. It requires accolades that my limited vocabulary cannot at this point comprehend. Sometimes when words are not enough, or when you can't find the words to say, then you either let others who are much better wordsmiths do that job for you. You can also use pictures to describe exactly how you are feeling today as Serena Williams, youngest daughter of Richard Williams and Oracene Price did the Serena Slam, 12 years after she did it the first time.
In the words of Sue Barker, ladies and gentlemen I present to you, the 2015 Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champion, Ms. Serena Williams
World No.1 @SerenaWilliams wins 6th #Wimbledon crown & 21st Grand Slam title--> http://t.co/44yulPWpI7 #tennis pic.twitter.com/3UaCAw8Phs— WTA (@WTA) July 11, 2015
For the Fans
Through the Years
No Facebook, no iPhones... Much has changed since the last 'Serena Slam' in 2002/3: http://t.co/774XmBP76b #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/d2VlvRunWx— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 11, 2015
Career in Pictures
#SerenaSlam 1 & 2--> http://t.co/44yulPWpI7 2002 @RolandGarros-2003 @AustralianOpen 2014 @USOpen-2015 @Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/IHBRLfLZzK— WTA (@WTA) July 11, 2015