Serena Williams' Husband Can’t Allow His Wife To Be Sad After Losing At Wimbledon. So, He Comforts Her With A Touching Tribute

Date July 17, 2018

Serena Williams is a real legend in the whole world. Everyone knows she is a person that always wins. That’s probably why it’s so hard to lose. And the last game proves it.

When life isn’t all victories

Yes, it’s hard to lose, but only Serena Williams knows how to lose with dignity and become a winner no matter what. It was definitely hard for her to accept that Angelique Kerber beat her in the final of Wimbledon.

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However, our beloved tennis player has managed to come to term with it. So, Serena gave a tearful speech after a loss at Wimbledon final. She mentioned she played for all those moms out there.  

Serena is one of those moms who has decided to get back to work after her maternity leave and knows how hard it might be.

Supportive husband

Serena’s husband, Alexis Ohanian, obviously supported his wife in everything she did. And he like no one else knew how hard this loss was. So, the man has posted an emotional message following her Wimbledon loss.

So, here's what he wrote: 

Days after our baby girl was born, I kissed my wife goodbye before surgery and neither of us knew if she would be coming back.

We just wanted her to survive—10 months later, she's in the #Wimbledon final.

Congratulations, @angie.kerber.

@serenawilliams will be holding a trophy again soon—she's got the greatest one waiting at home for her. Our family knows she'll win many more trophies, too.

She's just getting started. And I couldn't be more proud.

He remembered the surgery she had and promised she would be holding the trophy again soon.

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Public reactions

Serena’s fans were more than supportive. People have agreed health is the most important thing in the world, and very soon, Serena will see her new success.

There wasn’t even a grain of disappointment in her fan’s tweets. Instead, they were more than supportive.

Let’s hope Serena will get over the loss soon and will return to the big sport with even more persistence!

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