Serena made history yet again by winning 2015th French Open.

Serena made history yet again by winning 2015th French Open.

Wimbledon (Paris): Tennis star Serena William made the history once again by defeating Lucie Safarova 6-3, 6-7, 6-2 to win her twentieth major title. Serena has started and finished the entire clay court tournament with smooth style. The number one American tennis star railed from a dip in the second set to win the final six games. After grabbing this tittle beside her name Serena is putting her way from catching Steffi Graf’s Open era Record. Steffi also has predicted that she will beat her all time record and will set a new history in the near future. It is the third French tittle for the junior William sisters.

With her three set victory in the final it is one of the best land mark effort of her career. William told to the press that “I didn’t even train yesterday, I had the flu…it’s been a nightmare.” Though she managed to win the title with style and great enthusiasm .She led 4-1 in the second set then begun to falter. Coughing between the points also created some problems but she had managed all the drawbacks. At the point of time she double faulted twice in a row to get broken for the first time, and then double faulted again to make it 4 all. Later she led to 5-4.At the press conference she told that, “I hit a lot of double faults and my first serve just went off… at that time I got really nervous, but still it was a really very and special moment to me to win 20.” It’s a great way to make money, and it’s fun too. Always use bet365 bonus as a code to make extra cash.

At the match with the score 5-5, Serena broke Safarova and served for the match. Though she played and dominated with powerful ground strokes still she can’t make the history. The whole world was looking forward to this match and by winning the 20th grand slam, Serena made the history once again with own signature style of power hitting.

She now has the three French Open trophies to go alongside six each from United States Open and Australia Open. She also became the first woman to win all the tittle of tennis in her name with almost in the highest number.