Serena Williams Says There Is No Way Women Can Beat Men In Tennis In Incredible Resurfaced Footage


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Tennis goddess Serena Williams told David Letterman in 2013 that there is no way a woman can compete against a man in tennis, because each gender plays a completely different version of the sport.

A video resurfaced in late August of a 2013 appearance by tennis pro Serena Williams on “Late Show with David Letterman” where she emphatically explained that there is no way she would ever win a match against a male competitor, such as Andy Murray. Williams explained how Murray, a global tennis champion, always jokes about the two of them squaring off on the courts.

“And I’m like, ‘Andy, seriously, are you kidding me?’ Because, for me … men’s tennis and women’s tennis are completely almost two separate sports,” Williams explained. “So … if I were to play Andy Murray, I would lose 6-0-6-0 in five to six minutes, maybe 10 minutes.”


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Letterman tried to push Williams to see if she was just being humble about her incredible ability, but she doubled down. “It’s a completely different sport. The men are a lot faster … they serve harder … they hit harder. It’s just a different game, and I love to play women’s tennis.”

Williams went on to say that she would not do “the tour” if she was forced to play against men because it would just be so embarrassing for her and other female athletes. As former college swimmer Riley Gaines pointed out during a Senate hearing in June, both Serena and Venus Williams lost to the 203rd-ranked male tennis player in 1998.

But if Williams said the same thing today she’d be cancelled by the progressive movement for her scientifically correct expert explanation of the differences between men and women in sports. It’s a pathetic situation, wherein biological males have destroyed the sanctity and safety of women’s rights and place in sport (and wider society).

These individuals have undone the less than a hundred years women had to celebrate our gender, just because they can. (RELATED: ‘Slap In The Face’: Daily Caller’s Kay Smythe Rips Lia Thomas’ ‘Woman Of The Year’ Nomination) 

Thankfully, none of these biological males will be remembered as champions. They’ll be remembered for trying to step where they don’t belong, and for the hurt and anguish they caused actual women during this moment in history.