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Greatness is about impact, and the uncontested fact remains that in the last 25 years, Serena Williams has impacted the sport more than any of her peers, male or female.
Which were not only impressive for their speed — at around 129 mph Serena has the 3rd fastest recorded serve in women’s open era history — but her consistent ability to crack 115 mph with precision in ball placement.The conversations around her frame have continued well into the latter phase of career.In 2015, the New York Times bifurcated her “large biceps and mold-breaking muscular frame” with that of her competitors, who “chose not to” pursue the same frame because they “want to be a woman” or don’t want to “feel unfeminine.” In 2009, sentient pile of black mold Jason Whitlock infamously associated Serena’s then-struggles to return to the top with her size, claiming that if Serena could just focus on becoming leaner, she would become the greatest ever – which is quite the criticism from someone who can only claim to be singlehandedly the greatest in keeping the pork pie hat industry alive.I want to say that the first time that I heard Serena Williams called a man was middle school.I can’t say that with absolute certainty as middle school is generally universally awful and grades six through eight are a haze of mob mentality and chocolate milk but nonetheless, it wasn’t until my teen years that I truly understood that people held a great amount of resentment for Serena Williams.And she did it all while wearing a cat suit, crip walking, and appearing in Beyonce videos.
It’s nearly impossible to overstate just how overscrutinized Serena’s rise to the top was.
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Does her physique provide her an unfair advantage over women?
The answer to both of these is obviously no (unless you count mixed doubles, which is a whole other ball game).
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