Serena Williams leaves crying in the middle of the press conference

The American left the press room without finishing attending to the media after her defeat against Osaka. Eight questions answered reluctantly.


Serena Williams starred in a tough moment on Thursday after her defeat against Naomi Osaka in the semifinals of the Australian Open. The seven-time tournament champion, saddened and frustrated at having missed another chance to win her 24th Grand Slam title, left the post-match press conference in tears after responding reluctantly and with short sentences to eight questions the journalists who were in the Melbourne Park conference room.

"The unforced errors throughout the game, considering how well you played to get to this round ... What do you think caused that? Was it just one of those bad days at the office?" This was the question that triggered the reaction of the American. "I don't know, I'm done," he said as he got up to leave.

"I made so many mistakes ..., especially with the right, they were easy mistakes, easy", he had reiterated before. They also questioned him if his farewell, standing upright on the track and with his right arm raised, very heartfelt, had been a goodbye, and that commitment came out enigmatic: nobody ".

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