Serena Williams learned half-sister’s killer had been freed minutes before Johanna Konta defeat

Serena Williams says she accused her half sister sister in law that she had been happy before the jail minutes before Johanna Kota this month.

The 23rd Grand Slam singles championship had to face the worst defeat, beat the British No.1 6-1 6-0 in the first round of Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose.

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Williams’s elder half sister Aubaddy died in 2003, Robert Maxfield closed the prison for 15 years in April 2006. Mike Field was released on Parole three years ago due to good behavior.

Williams told Tim, “I could not move out of my mind.”

“It was difficult because I think what’s about her kids – what do I mean and how much I love them.

“No problem, my sister is not coming back for a good attitude.”

There were three children at the age of 11, at the age of 11, at the age of nine, 9 and five, at the age of 31.

Williams added: “It’s unfair that I will never get any chance to embrace.

“I would like to preach and teach Olympia [daughter of Williams]. I want to apologize. I have to go there. I will stay there.”

Williams, who went to the first tour in the season after his first child’s birth, will be called seventh American Open Singles title after this month, but emphasized that after beaten Petra Caféeva in his sensation, “It’s a Long way “.

He said, “I am trying to get a new face there.” “But I’m not going there that I am thinking that it’s not a serena. It’s like someone else read more