Serena Williams has been picked as a biggest womanlike tennis actor of a Open epoch by BBC Sport users.
We asked we to arrange a 7 women who have won a many vital titles, with 49% selecting Williams as their initial pick.
The 35-year-old American cumulative her 23rd Grand Slam pretension during a Australian Open on Saturday, holding her past Steffi Graf in a all-time list of vital winners in a veteran era.
Graf came in second with 35%, while Martina Navratilova – who has 18 titles to her name – was third on a list with 10%.
“Serena is a biggest since this epoch is so most some-more rival than prior eras,” says BBC Sport presenter Sue Barker, herself a former French Open champion.
“The gait she generates – her offer is but doubt a biggest ever – total with her transformation and her power, she pushes her opponents constantly on a behind foot.”
Williams has won 7 titles in Australia, 3 during a French Open, 7 during Wimbledon and 6 during a US Open.
Chris Evert, Monica Seles, Billie Jean King and Margaret Court were also on BBC Sport’s shortlist.