Serena Williams ‘Ripping’ Arch-Rival to ‘Shreds’ in a Nostalgic Australian Open Encounter Riles Up Tennis World as They Glorify the American Legend

Legendary American tennis star Serena Williams will be a major missing in this year’s Australian Open. Over the years, Serena played some amazing tennis and has a great record in Australia. The 41-year-old recently retired after 27 years of tennis. Now that the Australian Open is all set to begin, fans recalled one of the best victories of Serena in the Australian Open. Here’s what happened.

Fans get nostalgic as Serena Williams’ 2007 Australian Open winning clip resurfaces.

In her long and illustrious career, the queen of the court won many great matches. However, her iconic celebration after winning the 2007 Australian Open is something fans can’t forget. Serena Williams has a near-perfect record against Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova.

What happened when the two met at the Australian Open?

Sharapova was no match for Serena as she easily defeated Sharapova in straight sets to clinch her third Australian Open title. It also was Serena’s eighth Grand Slam title.

The match point of that match recently resurfaced on Twitter and fans can’t stop talking about it. Here’s how they reacted.

One fan talked about how they will miss seeing Serena in action.

Some fans took a dig at Sharapova.

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