Thiem Dream: Partner Serena at Wimbledon
Dominic Thiem has a strategy to spot things up with Serena.
Dominic Thiem has a dream: Partner Serena Williams in blended doubles at Wimbledon or the United States Open.
The Roland Garros runner-up stated he ‘d like to apologize for their French Open tiff partnering the 23- time Grand Slam champ in blended doubles.
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“Probably it was not Serena’s mistake. I find her achievements unbelievable, sensational.” Thiem informed the media onTuesday “I would like to make amends with her in Wimbledon or US Open mixed doubles.”
In case you missed it, Roland Garros runner-up Thiem was performing his post-match interview in the primary interview space when Williams asked for to do press instantly following her third-round upset loss to Sofia Kenin on the middle Saturday.
An mad Thiem called Williams “a bad personality” for displacing his interview to hold her own. French publication L’Equipe called the tiff “a surrealistic scene.”
“It’s really rude,” Williams stated of the relocation.
“It’s a joke I have to leave the room because she’s coming,” Thiem stated according to L’Equipe
Thiem stated he now thinks competition authorities were at fault.
“In retrospect, it was funny that such an organisational mistake happened at a Grand Slam tournament,” Thiem stated. “What I do not understand is that it blew up so much.”
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Williams partnered James Blake to the 2003 Hopman Cup champion then signed up with forces with Mardy Fish to beat Novak Djokovic and Jelena Jankovic and win the 2005 Hopman Cup champion. Williams paired with Frances Tiafoe at Hopman Cup in January.
Even if Serena decreases Thiem’s dream, he will not need to look far to discover a deserving partner. Kristina Mladenovic, Thiem’s sweetheart, won her 2nd Roland Garros doubles title on Sunday.
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