Serena not satisfied with season; undecided on U.S. Open doubles
Serena Williams, who has won seven titles and posted a 51-3 record in 2013, says she is not completely satisfied with her season to date. The world No. 1, who was upset by Sabine Lisicki in the fourth round of Wimbledon, won her lone Grand Slam title of the year at Roland Garros.
“You know I’m not there yet with the way my year has gone,” Williams said at the Rogers Cup in Toronto. “Everybody is like, ‘You've had a good year,' and I’m like, 'Who?'”
Williams calls herself a perfectionist and places a premium on winning Grand Slam titles.
“That's me,” she said. “I work really hard to do the best, especially in Grand Slams.”
Serena also said that she is unsure whether she and her sister Venus will play doubles at the U.S. Open.
“I love playing doubles in Australia and Wimbledon, but the other two [majors] I don't love to play doubles,” she said. “I play but I don’t get as excited because the drive to get there is an hour and in Wimbledon and Australia it’s like five minutes. But I haven’t played doubles in long time and I’d love to get some doubles play under me belt, so I will talk to her about it.”