Serena said, "Women Are Not Supported Enough," she did it while still holding the GOAT title

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The two most dominant female athletes in sports are Serena Williams and her older sister Venus Williams.

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Despite several challenges, the Sisters persevered and won tennis in their own special way. Being the best examples for young, aspirational women as a result.

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Even though they had the authority to disregard improper conduct and actions, they never shied away from dealing with the problem.

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In connection with that, this is what Serena Williams had to say on the assistance given to women in achieving their objectives.

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Serena Williams on the subject of women being stymied in pursuing their own paths in life.

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In a 2016 interview, Williams criticised the obstacles that prevent women from advancing. She also recognised the importance of her parents' help.

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What stated Williams

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"As we all know, women are frequently not given adequate support or are dissuaded from following their dreams," she remarked. I'm hoping that we can alter it together.

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Williams continued to speak.

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The 23-time Grand Slam winner said, "For me, it was a matter of resilience.

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What was seen a weakness or shortcoming by others about me. I used my gender and race as sources of inspiration for my achievement.

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Williams had several challenges as she progressed in her career.

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She has experienced everything, from being criticised for having a strong physique to dealing with a life-threatening illness.

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The former world number one battled valiantly against the prejudiced group as well as the lung clot that ended her career.

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