Martina Navratilova Thinks "It's Clear" That A Virus Didn't Cause Serena Williams' Shaky Wimbledon Exit

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Martina Navratilova Thinks "It's Clear" That A Virus Didn't Cause Serena Williams' Shaky Wimbledon Exit

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Martina Navratilova Thinks "It's Clear" That A Virus Didn't Cause Serena Williams' Shaky Wimbledon Exit

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Martina Navratilova Thinks "It's Clear" That A Virus Didn't Cause Serena Williams' Shaky Wimbledon Exit

by Wochit 0:43 mins

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Serena Williams' strange exit from Wimbledon this year had more than a few people scratching their heads. But apparently 18-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Navratilova was shaking hers. "I find it distressing," Navratilova told ESPNW as the situation that resulted in Serena and sister Venus Williams defaulting their doubles match Tuesday continued to be parsed over. Serena received medical treatment before they took the court, after which they still played several games, including the third and final one during which Serena couldn't even get her typically fierce serve over the net.

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