Serena Williams Not Happy With Wimbledon 2020 Being Canceled Due to Coronavirus


Serena Williams

The Main Board of the All England Club (AELTC) and the Committee of Management of The Championships announced on Wednesday that the 2020 Wimbledon Championships would be dropped because of the COVID-19 flare-up. The choice was made considering wellbeing and security worries, just as the sheer measure of individuals that would need to be available for arrangement and the occasion. Serena Williams, who has tallied seven triumphs at the Wimbledon Championships, saw the news and said something with an unpolished message.

"I'm Shooked," Williams composed on Twitter Wednesday morning. Her message was brief, yet she had all the earmarks of being shocked that Wimbledon would be dropped and moved to 2021. Accordingly, her fans said something and communicated trouble that they would not have the option to see her take to the courts in summer 2020. Rather, they would need to trust that she kept on contending in 2021 and took an interest in Wimbledon. "GURL STAY WITH US I NEED YOU TO WIN ONE MORE!!!" one fan declared on Twitter. Others said something and said that this crossing out news was normal, yet it was as yet horrible.

With Williams further seeking after activities from the tennis court, for example, her garments brand S by Serena, there are a few fans stressed that they will never observe her contend at Wimbledon again. Retirement has been supposed for quite a long time in spite of the veteran saying that she has "no plans" to leave. Williams even told PEOPLE in September 2019 that she will move out in "20 years" however not at any point in the near future. "While here and there this has been a challenging choice, we unequivocally trust it can't to the greatest advantage of society as of now, yet in addition gives sureness to our associates in global tennis given the effect on the grass court occasions in the UK and in Europe and the more extensive tennis schedule," said Richard Lewis CBE, AELTC Chief Executive, in a public statement.

"We have valued the help of the LTA, and the ATP, WTA, and ITF in resulting in these present circumstances choice, and our companions and accomplices who organize these grass court occasions that are so significant in the development to Wimbledon. I might want to thank the UK Government and general wellbeing experts for their direction and backing, and we will do whatever we can to help their endeavors in handling the emergency." The 134th Championships will presently be moved to June 28 through July 11, 2021. Whether Williams is available for this opposition is obscure, however the fans are trusting that she travels to the United Kingdom and makes sure about another title triumph.

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