Serena Williams reveals she found out her sister’s killer was free before suffering career-worst defeat

SERENA WILLIAMS has revealed she discovered of her sister’s killer being launched on parole simply 10 MINUTES earlier than her drubbing by Jo Konta.

The 23-time Grand Slam winner, 36, suffered the heaviest defeat of her profession at a event in San Jose earlier this month — with Brit No 1 Konta successful 6-1 6-0.

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Serena Williams, proper, revealed she discovered that her sister’s killer had been launched earlier than enjoying the worst match of her profession[/caption]

Serena suffered the largest defeat of her profession to Johanna Konta final month after listening to the news
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However Williams has now revealed her thoughts was elsewhere. The American was alerted to Robert Edward Maxfield’s early launch for good behaviour through Instagram.

She mentioned: “I couldn’t shake it out of my thoughts. It was exhausting as a result of all I take into consideration is her children.”

Yetunde Value, 31, was shot useless in Los Angeles in 2003, abandoning three kids who have been aged 11, 9 and 5 on the time.

Yetunde, who was additionally the Williams sisters’ private assistant, was the sufferer of a drive-by capturing.

Yetunde Value, 31, was the sufferer of a drive-by capturing in Los Angeles in 2003
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Yetunde’s killer Robert Edward Maxfield was sentenced to 15 years in jail[/caption]

Southside Crips gang member Maxfield was sentenced to 15 years in jail – however Williams noticed he was already out on parole.

Chatting with TIME magazine, Williams added: “It doesn’t matter what, my sister is just not coming again for good behaviour.

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Maxfield was launched on parole earlier this month[/caption]

Serena Williams mentioned she is just not prepared to present simply but mentioned: ‘I need to forgive’

“It’s unfair that she’ll by no means have a chance to hug me.

“The Bible talks about forgiveness… I’m not there but.

“I’d prefer to practise what I preach and educate my daughter that as effectively.

“I need to forgive. I’ve to get there.”


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