‘Born With This Bada*s Body’ – Serena Williams Once Gave a Scathing Reply to Haters Who Wanted Her to Play Men’s Tennis

Serena Williams is undoubtedly one of the greatest athletes, and recently, the American has successfully entered the business domain. Owing to a huge fan following, she also keeps her fans updated about her routine life and milestones. But there was a time when she featured on the GQ Magazine cover as the woman of the year, which soon turned out controversial. The 40-year-old has a muscular build and it helps her generate the power that’s needed in tennis. However, a few believe it is unfair to the other girls who compete against her. Serena once came forward and gave a befitting reply to her haters.

Williams addresses her haters.

Serena Williams took to her Reddit Account and wrote a note addressing the recent hate she was getting.

Williams is proud of her body.

“I’ve been called man because I appeared outwardly strong … It has been said I don’t belong in women’s sports — that I belong in men’s — because I look stronger than many other women do. (No, I just work hard and I was born with this badass body and proud of it.),” She said.

How important is it to work out?

Working out and having a chiseled physique is helpful for the athletes in their respective games. It is an option that is open to everyone and it’s sad that people use it as a way to disrespect a legend like Serena.

Serena Williams all set for hard court return.

Williams will be back in action for the American hard court swing. She will feature in the National Bank Open to get the much-needed match practice. Later she will also feature in the Cincinnati Masters tournament before entering the US Open 2022.

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