REPORTING FROM THE ALL ENGLAND CLUB IN WIMBLEDON
This is the impossible. It doesn’t happen because it can’t happen. Now, it did happen. Serena Williams lost in the fourth round at Wimbledon on Monday, 6-2, 1-6, 6-4 to Sabine Lisicki.
It’s not just that Serena lost, which seems nearly impossible enough. The bigger issue is this:
For maybe the first time ever, Williams buckled, both mentally and physically. Both, at the same time.
“I wasn’t willing or able,’’ she said, “or probably didn’t even want to hold my serve today.’’
Didn’t want to?
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