Serena’s victories inspire women

Serena Jameka Williams has proved that she is the all-time American woman.

Proving again that women can be the best at anything they put their minds to.

With a little confidence and determination Serena Williams is the current U.S. Open and the Australian Open singles champion.

Williams won the quarterfinal match against Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia on Jan. 28, 2009 at the Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Williams has won 20 Grand Slam titles and two Olympic gold medals in women’s doubles, ten in singles, eight in women’s doubles, and two in mixed doubles.

She is the most recent player, male or female, to hold all four Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously according to

Williams has won more career prize money than any other woman, in any sport.

She is the epitome of a strong black woman. She inspires many women today who aspire to be great beyond measure.

Regardless, if it’s a sport or a personal hobby, this specific talent that she possesses proves that anyone can be as great as Williams if they put their mind to it.

Many people perpetuate the stereotype that women are weaker than men.

Whether it’s Michelle Obama or Williams, these women carry strong names for the black community.

As her sister, Venus Williams, watched from the audience she chanted with love and excitement to see Serena take her last hit to victory.

In a more personal matter this really pushes many women to make sure they push themselves to be all that they can be in anything they are working up against.

Williams shows many woman of her status to they can reach any measure of success.

She also sends a message to others that no matter what life may bring never give up.

Nine years ago, Williams had to deal with the sudden death of her mother Yetude  Price,  yet she continued to play tennis and won the U.S. Open 0f 2003.

Both Serena and Venus show phenomenal strength.

This is truly a domination that cannot be stop.

Niekeisha Pryce is a junior broadcast journalism student from Miami. She can be reached at