Serena Williams fined $10,000 for damaging Wimbledon Court

Serena Williams, seven-time Wimbledon champion fined about $10,000 for the damage to one of the practice courts she gives with her racquet. According to the organizers, the incident took place on 30th June on an outside court during the session of training.

Serena Williams is such a classy star that she won over $88 million in her whole career. She told the reporters after dominating the quarterfinal against Alison Riske that she did not think about it honestly. She just threw her racquet, and the authorities fined her.

After asking how she caused damaged of worth 10,000, she said that she means, she guesses if anyone can tell her, she would appreciate it. According to Williams, she has always been an Avenger in her heart. Maybe she is super sharp, and she doesn’t know, she added.

In 2016, the American fined $10,000 at the All England Club for again and again smashing her racket on the court throughout the 2nd-round victory against Christina McHale. Moreover, last week Bernard Tomic from Australia, fined all his Wimbledon award money of about $58,500 because he did not meet necessary professional standard during his game of lackluster 58 minutes first-round defeat against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

$10,000 fined to Serena Williams for damaging Wimbledon Court

Fined for saying the word Bomb

Fabio Fognini from Italy fined $3,000 as he said bomb should explode on every England Club after his third-round defeat by Tennys Sandgren. Furthermore, one more Australian Nick Kyrgios fined two times with $3000 and $5000 during the 2019 championships for his misconduct in the first and second-round matches.

Similarly, Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus and Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay fined also $10,000 for unsportsmanlike behavior.

In last September, the 37-year-old Serena Williams fined almost $17,000 for her negative remarks towards the umpire during US Open final. She is now targeting a first Wimbledon title after 2016 and a record-totaling 24th grand slam win.

In Thursday’s semifinal, Williams will play unseeded ghe Czech Republic’s Barbora Strycova. Also, during the last four in the singles of women are ex-world no.1 and eighth number seed Elina Ukraine’s Svitolina.

Later on Tuesday, Serena Williams and her mixed double partner Andy Murray qualified for the 3rd round with a 7-5 & 6-3 victory counter to Raquel Atawo and Fabrice Martin.

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