Serena Williams says she made “dreadfully numerous mistakes to be an expert competitor” as she was taken out in the Australian Open third round.

The 38-year-old American lost 6-4 6-7 (2-7) 7-5 to China’s 27th seed Wang Qiang.

The thrashing implies Williams’ mission for a 24th Grand Slam singles title goes on.

“I can’t play that way. I actually can’t do that once more. That is amateurish. It’s not cool,” Williams said.

The seven-time champion in Melbourne beat 28-year-old Wang in only 44 minutes at the US Open in September when the Chinese player dominated just one match and 15 focuses.

That was not intelligent of the capacity of a player who has been a customary apparatus on the planet’s main 30 in the course of recent months and arrived at a vocation high of 12 after her run in New York.

This time, after at first wincing when serving for the match at 5-4 in the subsequent set, she presented appropriate reparations in astounding design.

Wang had the apparatuses to hurt Williams and kept on executing them in a third set in which most onlookers would have supported her famous adversary to go on and win.

After quickly floundering again as Williams energized, Wang fixed triumph on her third match point.

“I genuinely didn’t think I would lose that match,” said Williams when asked on her considerations in the wake of leveling at one set all.

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