Serena Williams Walks On Water With Gisela Dulko In Monterrey [Video]
by Tom Gainey | February 20th, 2012, 9:41 am
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Serena Williams was unable to play in the main draw of the WTA’s event in Monterrey this week because of a left ankle injury she first hurt at Brisbane last month. But the 13-time Grand Slam champion was still on town Saturday to take part in a special exhibition.

Serena and Gisela Dulko enjoyed a light practice session on a water court on the Santa Lucia Riverwalk.

If the stunt looks familiar it’s because it is. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal did one better a few years ago in Doha.

The injury – among other things – will keep Serena from playing Indian Wells. Her next event will be Miami.


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3 Comments for Serena Williams Walks On Water With Gisela Dulko In Monterrey [Video]

Wog boy Says:

Tennis-x, I don’t know where to put this one but can you tell us what happened between Navratilova and Wozniacki. I heard on the radio this morning that Navratilova made some nasty comments about Wozniacki and she returned the ball in Navratilova court!


Wog boy Says:

I don’t like tennis Wozniacki plays (only tennis) but I found her interview with a help of Mr Google and I like it and I think she was right to answer Navratilova’s comments from AO in the way she did in that interview. She didn’t do anything wrong, she became #1 by playing and winning and it wasn’t her foult that Serena is part-time tennis player and the other girls couldn’t beat her, we are talking about beeing #1 for a more then a year !

P.S. I don’t think she will be back at #1 though ;(


Wog boy Says:

Fault ….

Than…

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