Serena Williams Gives Emotional Speech After Wimbledon Loss … “I Was Playing’ for Moms”

Serena Williams may not have won Wimbledon this year, but she gave it her all.
After losing the Ladies’ Single Final to German player Angelique Kerber on Saturday, Williams gave an emotional interview in front of the incredibly supportive crowd, including her good friend Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.
“It was such an amazing tournament for me. I was really hoping to get this far,” Williams, 36, said while fighting back tears. “It’s obviously disappointing, but I can’t be disappointed. I have so much to look forward to. I’m literally just getting started.”
On their first-ever solo outing together, Meghan and Kate were visibly moved as they listened to Williams — who gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia in September — share that she was playing on behalf of moms everywhere.
“To all the moms out there, I was playing for you today and I tried,” she added with emotion in her voice.
Kerber defeated Williams 6-3, 6-3, clinching her first-ever Wimbledon win. Despite her disappointment over losing the tournament, Williams shared that she was happy for her opponent.
“She’s an incredible person, Angelique is, and she’s a really good friend, so I’m really happy for her,” she graciously remarked. “This is her first title and I know she’s going to really enjoy it and enjoy the moment. So congrats again. It’s amazing.”

Source: People