Connect with us

TENNIS

Venus Williams Suffers Huge Ranking Collapse

Published

on

Venus Williams is undoubtedly one of the greatest tennis players of all time. The American legend has won seven singles Grand Slam titles along with 14 Grand Slam titles in the doubles events. In February 2002, Venus Williams achieved her career-high rankings of World No.1 for the first time.

 

 

However, for the past couple of years, there has been a gradual decrease in her performance levels. The 41-year-old hasn’t been performing at her vintage best and recently, suffered a huge drop in rankings.

 

 

 

 

Venus Williams drops to World No. 314
According to the rankings updated on 8th November 2021, Venus has dropped to World No. 314. Earlier, Williams was at the 170th position with 420 points. Remarkably, Williams lowered her rankings by 144 positions within a week.

Despite competing at the highest level, Williams has been unable to recreate her form for the past years. Williams last won a Grand Slam in the singles event at Wimbledon 2008. And in the doubles event, she last lifted the trophy at Wimbledon 2016.

 

 

 

 

Venus’ last professional match
After a second-round exit at Wimbledon 2021, Venus Williams entered the Chicago Women’s Open, where she played her last professional match. In the round of 32, she faced the Taiwanese professional, Hsieh Su-Wei. The match was quite one-sided as Su-Wei completely dominated the former World No. 1.

The final score recorded was 6-2, 6-3. Since then, the seven-time Grand Slam winner hasn’t played on the tour. Venus Williams’ fans must be eagerly waiting for the American’s return. What are your takes on the comeback of Venus?







meritroyalbetmeritroyalbetelexusbet girişmeritroyalbetmeritroyalbetelexusbet sexe histoirePorno Geschichten
t