Serena Williams's Unimpeachable Serve

Serena Williams depicted her craving to be "awesome."

"I realize wonderful doesn't exist," she wrote in Vogue recently,

reporting her arrangements to leave proficient tennis.

"However, anything my ideal was, I never needed to stop until I hit the nail on the head."

Williams' serve — the most essentially sound part of her game —

could come as genuinely near flawlessness as a tennis stroke can get.

This week, fans can see the value in this masterstroke as she plays her last U.S. Open

and takes another break at tying Margaret Court's unsurpassed record of 24 Grand Slam titles.

Liquid like water however strong like a drill, Williams' serve has supported her

23 Grand Slam triumphs — more than any player in the Open Era.

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