Serena Williams continues to roll at Wimbledon. She is headed for the semi-finals…but first she had to get something off her chest.
In an essay in Harpers Bazaar she apologizes to Naomi Osaka who beat her at the US Open.
In the candid, first-person essay, Serena Williams opens up about last year’s controversial match at the US Open—and why she’ll never regret using her voice to speak out against injustice. She just regrets what the circus did to her opponent.
Serena Williams moved past U.S. Open controversy after therapy and an apology to Naomi Osaka https://t.co/A4IbTaAFrE
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 9, 2019
Serena Williams opened up in a new essay about her 2018 US Open loss to Naomi Osaka, including the apology she later sent to the young tennis star: https://t.co/iQeVB0pgAi
“I am, was, and will always be happy for you and supportive of you.”@ReporterBlayne has the details now.
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) July 10, 2019