Just Serena here: 6-time US Open winner declares after surging into the third round, "I don't have anything to lose."

Serena Williams took her best game to the court and performed similarly to how she did during the 1999 competition, dispelling any concerns about her ability to compete at the age of almost 41

As she continues to develop outside of her playing career, six-time US Open winner Serena Williams has nothing to lose

n the second round of her farewell event on Wednesday night, the American great achieved an incredible victory over world no. 2 Anett Kontaveit.

Williams defeated Kontaveit in a thrilling three-set match in Arthur Ashe Stadium in front of her boisterous supporters, including Tiger Woods and her sister Venus in the player's box

Williams took her best game to the court and performed similarly to how she did during the 1999 competition, dispelling any concerns about her ability to compete at the age of almost 41

 In a victory interview on the court, Serena Williams only said, "I'm just Serena." "This is my strongest skill

I've got nothing to lose. You are aware that there is no haste. This group of people is amazing, and I truly like them. I still have some strength left.

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