There is no doubt that the popularity of Serena Williams has not abated following her retirement at the US Open in 2022. Not surprisingly, she ranks second among the most Googled African-American women of 2022. Lifestyle website ThatSister analyzed research data from more than 100 of the most powerful African Americans. women as of January 1, 2022 to determine who was the most followed and most talked about of the year.
The results revealed that Zendaya is the most searched for African-American woman in 2022, followed by Serena Williams. The former world number 1 received 1.65 million clicks on the web a month this year, and interest spiked during the US Open, her last tournament.
Williams preceded Meghan Markle, pop star Beyonce and former first lady Michelle Obama in the top five. Jada Pinkett-Smith, Oprah Winfrey, rapper Nicki Minaj, and Cardi B and Whoopi Goldberg rounded out the top 10. Serena Williams ended her tennis career in September 7-5, 6-7(4), 6- 1 in third place. round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic at the US Open.
The American, after her maternity, no longer appeared in a dazzling way, so she decided to hang up the racket at 41 years of age. She is considered one of the most important tennis players in the history of the sport and, with a prize pool of more than 94 million dollars, she is the woman who has won the most.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion recently entered a new chapter with the launch of new lifestyle brand Will Perform, consisting of a collection of topical pain relievers, daily muscle care lotions and roll-ons designed to soothe pain. pain.
and daily muscle support, both for athletes and non-athletes.
Mouratoglou reflects on Serena Williams
Patrick Mouratoglou and Serena Williams had a long and successful partnership. «I taught Serena Williams to think like Serena again,» Mouratoglou said.
«She had forgotten that. So, she loses the US Open semifinal against Roberta Vinci and it had a huge impact on her. Although it’s a loss after four Grand Slams won in a row, and she was in the semifinal of the fifth So, I had to connect her with herself,» Mouratoglou said. «I will never forget the 30 minutes before the Roland Garros final…
I said, ‘You’ve forgotten who they are, I need to remind you, so sit down. I’m going to tell you your story. He can reach the final since he has the tennis and the physical qualities, but to win a final a specific headspace is required. Serena didn’t have it.»