Former world No.1 Serena Williams has mentioned she is coping with nervousness and stress after being in self-isolation for an extended interval as a result of coronavirus outbreak.
- Serena Williams mentioned she is under stress as a result of self-isolation
- Serena mentioned she doesn’t even hang around along with her daughter
- The tennis season has been suspended until June as a result of Covid-19 outbreak
Former world No.1 girls’s singles Serena Williams has additionally self-quarantined herself amid the coronavirus outbreak however the tennis star has revealed that she has been creating nervousness points on this interval.
“I wanted to take a minute and talk about my experience with corona. It started out with me feeling like: Oh it can’t really affect me.’ And then suddenly Indian Wells was cancelled and I was like: Oh, OK, that’s weird but I have a little time off and I’m going to enjoy that time off.’ And then one cancellation led to another and then led to another and led to all this anxiety that I’m feeling,” Serena Williams mentioned in a TikTok video.
“Now I’ve been social distancing for truly a very lengthy time, for in all probability two weeks now, and each little factor makes me loopy. And by nervousness I imply I’m simply on edge. Any time anyone sneezes round me or coughs I get loopy. I don’t hang around with anyone, and when I say anyone I imply my daughter.
“She coughed, I got angry and gave her a side-eye. I gave her that angry Serena’ and then I got sad. I was like: Is she OK? Is there something wrong with my daughter? Is there anything I can do?’ I just don’t know what to do, so instead of being relaxed I’m really under a ton of stress.”
Earlier, organizers pushed the French Open 2020 to a later date as a result of virus that has been spreading at a fast tempo throughout international locations. Later, the tennis season was suspended till June 7.