Serena William: They Slammed The Issue Of Identifiable Payment

By Kenn Mark - 01 Dec '16 20:39PM

Serena Jameka Williams is an American professional tennis player. The issue of identifiable payment in Tennis was too much in the Headlines of this year 2016, denounce of former Pro Raymond Moore.

Acknowledgment of censure suggested by a former professional Tennis player from South Africa Raymond Moore. Serena Williams has slammed inequality and concern with the fact that she is regularly described as one of the best female athletes instead of simply one of the best athletes around. The record 22-time grand slam singles champion made her declarations in an open letter published in Porter magazine's "Incredible Women of 2016" issue.

Timely this year, Moore, the tournament administrator of tennis reputable affair outside the majors, the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California said women's players get down on their knees every night and that they should be grateful for Roger Federer and Nadal for handling this Sport. Serena Williams was one of those who criticized Moore, with the 70-year-old resigning in days later. She wrote a letter with the statement of, "I was fortunate to have a family that supported my dream and encouraged me to follow it." This was republished on the WTA's Social network.

The best known Tennis Player Williams is left to wonder why gender was an aspect every time she mentions her status among sporting greats, citing Federer, golf superstar Tiger Woods and Famous NBA player Lebron James.

"For everything I've achieved in my life, I am profoundly grateful to have experienced the highs and lows that come with success. It is my hope that my story, and yours, will inspire all young women out there to push for greatness and follow their dreams with steadfast resilience.

"We must continue to dream big, and in doing so, we make powerful the next generation of women to be just as bold in their goal." Serena Williams stated as she bids for a 23rd major which would be the most in the Open Era. 


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