‘She knew what the hell was going on’ – as Joe Rogan brutally mocked Serena Williams after a bizarre mix-up at her Florida home

Serena Williams has made a name for herself in the world of tennis by being one of the most legendary tennis players. However, that hasn’t saved her from criticism from others. UFC commentator Joe Rogan had also questioned the claims of Serena Williams hiding in her panic room when a drug tester came to her home.

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She had claimed she was hiding because she thought it was a stalker and was concerned for her safety. The way she acted was always a point of debate and discussion.

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Joe Rogan questioned Serena Williams’ claims of being scared

In 2011, Serena Williams once locked herself in a panic room, thinking the person who had visited her home was a stalker. Eventually he turned out to be a drug tester. Joe Rogan spoke on a podcast about the use of testosterone in the jiu-jitsu world.

When he switched to tennis he said: “This is obviously coming from a person who takes testosterone, me.” He continued to read the headline of the article and said, “Serena Williams locks herself in a panic room over a drug test mix-up.” he continued “There was no mix-up. She knew what the hell was going on.”

Rogan mimicked the player and said: “She says there is a stalker, someone is trying to kill me.” he continued “If this chick has a tennis racket, she can beat up anyone in the world. Do you think she’s really worried about some damn shit? The pocket protector comes to her house with a *** cup.”

The player had recently had an encounter with a stalker. So, Williams assumed the drug tester was a stalker.

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Williams rose above the rhetoric

Serena Williams entered the world of tennis when there was a general idea of ​​what a tennis player should be like. She broke all of those notions and only played with the aim of keeping her goal in mind. Tennis legend Martina Hingis had also criticized her gameplay, but Williams didn’t back down.

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She kept her focus on the pitch and despite the crowd’s reaction to her; she thrived. People commented on her looks and gameplay and subjected her to one criticism or another, but she let her racquet do the talking. Hence, she has now become a tennis legend with 23 Grand Slam titles to her name.

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