“As usual…” – Martina Navratilova responds to Hillary Clinton’s views on journalism in today’s world

In the late ’80s and ’90s, Martina Navratilova took women’s tennis to new heights with her daring performances on the court. She ushered in her dominance, winning multiple titles around the world. In addition, together with Chris Evert, she formed one of the fiercest rivalries in tennis history.

She achieved massive success in all formats of the game. During her illustrious career, Navratilova managed to win a staggering total of 59 Grand Slam titles, including 18 singles titles, 31 women’s doubles titles and 10 mixed doubles titles. She recently responded to Hillary Clinton’s speech on journalism in today’s world.

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Martina Navratilova agrees with Hillary Clinton

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an appearance last week The Texas Tribune in Austin. She was one of the high profile speakers during the event. Clinton spoke on a variety of topics, including what journalism should be in today’s world.

In response to Clinton’s speech on the subject, tennis legend Martina Navratilova said, “Right Hillary, as always…”

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Navratilova has often supported Clinton’s views on various issues. Last year, when the Supreme Court upheld Texas’ restrictive abortion law, Navratilova took to Twitter and said, “Hillary Clinton warned us that this day was coming – she was right on every count…”

Navratilova opens up about Serena Williams’ legacy in tennis

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During a recent interview, the 65-year-old spoke about Serena Williams’ enormous influence on the tennis world. Navratilova spoke about the impact Williams had as the first African American woman to win a Grand Slam singles title in the Open Era said, “I mean, look how much more diversity we have in the game today. It’s awesome. It used to be mostly just Europe and English speaking countries.”

09/02/2022; Flushing, New York, USA; Serena Williams of the United States gestures after a match against Ajla Tomljanovic of Australia on day five of the 2022 US Open tennis tournament at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Danielle Parhizkaran-USA TODAY Sports

Further she added, Serena Williams didn’t just shift the color barrier. She just burst through that door.”

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