Carpe Diem Serena!




September 11th in the United States will be a day to look forward to and a day to be remembered even after it has gone for yet another reason now. Sunday the 11th will be the US Open finals at Flushing Meadows between Serena Williams and Sam Stosur.

Carpe Diem Serena!

Carpe Diem Serena!

It is going to be yet another slam bigger than ever as the American; Serena Williams looks forward to kissing the trophy after a long break on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

On Saturday, Serena crushed her opponent, World no. 1 Caroline Wozniacki in the semi finals in a 6-2, 6-4 win to reach the finals of the US Open. The 21 year old had little to hold on to as Serena set the court on flames with her play.

Being very close to making this a heroic win after her comeback, Serena’s hand will be gripping the racket tight and she’ll be on her toes until the last shot is played.

Serena Williams has shown tremendous action ever since her return to tennis after a life-threatening blood clot in her lungs. With double the vigor and even more zestful performances on court, Serena has been gliding through the US Open with the wind beneath her wings.

The 29 year old, Serena has played just five tournaments this year before she took off. Her current ranking lies in the 28th position however the audience as well as her fans knows that this is just a temporary, formality figure as the tennis superstar is sure to seize her place back she no long ago owned.

She has won the US Open three times in her career as well as 13 other grand slams. Nevertheless each another tournament is as important, if not more, to the tennis sensation.

“I really want to play tomorrow on such a special day for the United States, so I’m really excited”, said Serena after the match. She said that the fact an American was still in the tournament and playing for the title at such an important occasion was a big deal to her and she was proud of it.

After coming back from a pause in the game she loved to play and conquered, this tournament adds all the more spice and meaning as Williams plays to snatch back her title.

“It’s hard for me to believe it”, said Williams. Her fans, I deem, would beg to differ. This is Serena Williams. Hard to believe? Hardly.

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