Serena Williams recently defeated Lucie Safarova at the Australian Open 6-3 and 6-4. And during her press conference, a certain reporter went ahead and quizzed her with an insulting questions questioning her game, saying she had a “scrappy performance” and “a few more unforced errors, a few double faults.”
After the incredibly insulting observation about her game, Williams told the reporter, “I think that’s a very negative thing to say. Are you serious?” The imbecile responded, “Just my observation,” to which the sports star said, “Well, you should have been out there. That wasn’t very kind. You should apologize. Do you want to apologize.” Obviously not standing a chance up against Williams, they said, “I do. I’m sorry.”
“Thank you very much,” Serena said. “That was a great performance. I played well. [Safarova’s] a former top-10 player. The last time we played together was in the finals of a Grand Slam.” She continued to school the asshole, saying, “You know, it’s not an easy match. She’s a really good player. You have to go for more, which obviously makes for a few more errors.”
She’s amazing, and she knows it. She will not hesitate to put you in your place.