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Serena Williams Wobbly In Interview After Losing To Angelique Kerber In Australian Open 2016

By Rick Vandermeer | January 30, 2016 03:33 PM EST

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Serena Williams lost to Angelique Kerber in the thrilling Australian Open 2016 final. Seeing how the world number one was the clear favorite in this match, Serena Williams got a little emotional during the post Angelique Kerber match interview.

"Everyone expects me to win every single match, every single day of my life," Serena Williams said in an interview according to the Guardian, "And as much as I would like to be a robot, I'm not. I try to. But I do the best that I can. I try to win every time I step out there, every single point, but realistically, I can't do it. Maybe someone else can."

This loss "deprive the American of a historic 22nd title at a major that would have tied Steffi Graf for the Open Era lead," according to CNN.

After her devastating loss in the Australian Open 2016 final, the world number one will probably take some time to hibernate and keep her intimacy with her coach Patrick Mouratoglou on the down low again.

Just at the start of Australian Open 2016, according to her Instagram, she captioned a picture of Patrick Mouratoglou touching her with "It must be his touch. #dynamicduo @patrickmouratoglou."

But after her loss to Angelique Kerber, Serena might tone down her affection towards her coach, in case criticisms start firing.

Before the start of Australian Open, Serena Williams spent some time reflecting on Instagram and decided to sum it down to one word - "crazy". With the unexpected turn at the US Open 2015 and her still down-low relationship with Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams may be looking forward to the new year and the new season!

The world number one wrote on her Instagram, "2015 was crazy. So many highlights and losing my puppy was my one lowlight. I'm ready for 2016 are you? #renasarmy love you all."

Her tennis fans are sure that her coach Patrick Mouratoglou made her 2015 as "crazy" as it was.

Now, to beat the all-time record set by Steffi Graf, Serena Williams will have to step up her game at French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open.

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