Venus Williams is, at 37 years old, the oldest dame to play into the second week at Wimbledon since Martina Navratilova in 1994
Venus Williams is, at 37 years old, the oldest lady to contact the fourth round at Wimbledon since Martina Navratilova was the same age when she was the tournaments runner-up in 1994.
Williams trounced 19 -year-old Naomi Osaka of Japan 7-6( 3 ), 6-4 in the third round, and will face another 19 -year-old on Monday with a quarterfinal place at bet, Ana Konjuh of Croatia.
The 10 th-seeded Williams is a five-time champion at the All England Club.
Williams is one of four Americans remaining in the females singles depicts, more than any other commonwealth. The others Coco Vandeweghe, Alison Riske and Shelby Rogers each play their third-round parallels on Saturday.
This is Williams first tournament since a two-car accident in Florida last month that police say she justification. A 78 -year-old man in the other car, Jerome Barsons, succumbed approximately two weeks later. On Friday, it was discovered the vehicles to participate in the incident could be examined by experts next week.
The Palm Beach Post reports that advocates representing Williams and their own families Barsons agreed at a Friday court hearing on how they will examine the cars, which are being held at a tow garden. The advocates agreed to exchange data downloaded from the onboard computer systems in their clients autoes. The data could provide details such as private vehicles hasten and braking in the second largest before the 9 June crash.
Barsons expired 23 June and his property is suing Williams. Palm Beach Garden police say Williams drove her Toyota SUV into the path of the Hyundai sedan driven by Barsons wife. Williams has not been cited or charged.