Serena and Tiger: The Rise and Fall

TSL takes a look at how the two athletes have dealt with disappointment


The following is a feature from The Shadow League:

Serena won.

Despite the jeers that rained down when she took the court and in defiance of boos after she scored match point, Serena Williams made an incredible two-set comeback to beat Kim Clijsters in the final at Indian Wells.

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Then she went to her locker room, cried, and hasn’t returned for 14 years. Today, Serena returns to the scene of her biggest triumph and disappointment in tennis.

Woods is headed in a drastically different direction. He finished ranked first in the world in 2013, but only held that slot for a short time.

Read the full article here at The Shadow League.



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