‘I Never Give My Name’ – Serena Williams once made a quirky reveal about her personality

23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams has had a history of being quirky in her interviews. However, she always gives an accurate answer to every question an interviewer asks.

In a 2014 interview, Williams once spoke about her preference when it comes to ordering from Starbucks. In addition, she also revealed an unusual way to order items.

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Serena Williams spoke about a strange method when ordering from Starbucks

In a candid interview With Si.com in 2014, Williams talked about her father’s books, her favorite pet peeves, and many other things. During the interview, the interviewer asked her a funny question about her Starbucks order details. In response, the tennis player became very excited and said: Oh that is good. Ready?

After a deep breath, Williams said: A Venti Vanilla Soy Latte, Sugar Free, Quad Shot, Extra Spicy.

Tennis – Wimbledon – All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain – June 27, 2021 Serena Williams of the U.S. during a poolside news conference via REUTERS/Florian Eisele

Later, the interviewer asked if they ever got her name wrong. Williams replied, In fact, they never do anything wrong.

After hearing her reply, the interviewer said: For real? You’re the first person who’s ever said that.

However, Williams revealed why when she said:Well, I never say my name. I always give ‘Sam’.

Serena’s perfect reaction to journalists at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships

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During the preliminary tournament Press conference at the Wimbledon Championships 2022, an interviewer asked the 23-time Grand Slam winner about her expectations for the tournament. In response, Williams said: “You know the answer to that.”

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Later, in the same press conference, an interviewer asked her about her draw as she could have been a draw against world No. 1 Iga Swiatek. In response, Williams came up with a rather bold response, as she said: “Anyone could have been attracted to me.”

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Despite her confident approach early in the tournament, she did not make it to the second round, losing to Harmony Tan in the first round. However, she felt pretty good playing on the sidelines in a Grand Slam tournament after almost a year. Now she’s looking forward to her home Grand Slam, the US Open, in search of her 24th Grand Slam title. The US Open begins on August 29th.

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