Serena Williams` Support Team At Wimbledon Was Impressive, Including The Royals, Anna Wintour, Emma Watson, And Others

Date July 17, 2018 15:17

Serena Williams did not get a victory at Wimbledon on Saturday, but with such a great army of devoted supporters as the members of the royal family and A-list celebrities, no one even noticed her loss.


We stand by you, Serena!

Serena Williams returned to the big sports after giving birth to her daughter, Alexis Olympia, in September. Williams participated at Wimbledon on Saturday, July 14. Unfortunately, the star lost the women’s final to Angelique Kerber, but if there was a prize for the best supporters, Serena would definitely get a victory.

So, who’s been there to support Serena Williams at Wimbledon in England?

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Her good friend and the new Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, came to cheer for Serena. Markle was accompanied by her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton. Both ladies looked stunning at the event and, undoubtedly, had a real pleasure from watching the tournament.


Among other A-list supporters were the Harry Potter star, Emma Watson, actor Boris Kodjoe, and actress Olivia Munn.


A popular racer, Lewis Hamilton, and an outstanding British editor, Anna Wintour, were in attendance too pictured in William’s sector.


Those, who couldn't be there, sent their best wishes to Serena:


Momma got me hyped for the weekend. Even if I will be on my laptop...I'm typing with gusto. 💪🏻

Допис, поширений Alexis Ohanian Sr. (@alexisohanian)

Unfortunately, it was not Serena’s day, and she couldn’t win at the women’s final, but her emotional speech afterward couldn’t leave anyone indifferent. Williams said:

It was such an amazing tournament for me. It’s obviously disappointing, but I can’t be disappointed. I have so much to look forward to. I’m literally just getting started.

Serena Williams deserves a standing ovation at least for her ability to lose with dignity. Agree that not everyone is capable of doing this. We wish Serena good luck in her further competitions and keep our fingers crossed for her victory.

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