Serena Williams won the Australian Open without dropping a set whilst pregnant


#1

She is utterly fucking incredible and I love her.


#2

Technically she was playing with the strength and skill of two people so it shouldn’t really count.


#3

This is a stupid post but I still have the utmost respect for you as a community member and think you’re almost certainly going to prove to be an amazing father.


#4

Thanks mate, I should be honest with you here and say my previous post was a weak attempt at humour, and I too am both impressed and astounded at Serena William’s athletic prowess.


#5

I’m taking the fact it was announced on Maria Sharapova’s birthday as deliberate also btw :heart: :heart_eyes: :heart: :heart_eyes: :heart: :heart_eyes: :heart: :heart_eyes: :heart: :heart_eyes:


#6

Bloody hell, still in shock :open_mouth:
what a way to possibly end the greatest career in the history of the sport
simultaneously chuffed for her and a bit gutted


#7

Andy Murray won Wimbledon without dropping a set whilst pregnant


#8

Don’t be stupid please


#9

He dropped a few sets while he wasn’t pregnant though Ant!!


#10

Haven’t we all!


#11

I’ve never dropped a set at wimbledon OR the australian open, pregnant or no


#12

One football thread per day, please. We’ve been over this.


#13

Don’t be stupid please.


#14

yeah I kinda can’t believe she’s real


#15

Fully in love with her tbh, those bits where she racks up a French Open title effortlessly then seamlessly addresses the crowd in French with no problems, then strolls off looking amazing to go and do some superb charity work or set up a foundation or whatever. She’s unbelievable.


#16

I wish she was my wife


#17

That fuckin’ Reddit dude :angry:


#18

People into sports, I’m getting really tired of having to retroactively do this:

It’s for your own benefit: you can just view the Sports subcategory and see all the previous threads.


#19

Can we have a filter to remove all sports threads, please? And also wrestling.


#20

Theo, as always, I’m extremely grateful for your commitment to the administrative upkeep of the community but do you honestly think anyone anywhere actually does that?