Serena Williams Wimbledon, 2015
Serena Williams Wimbledon, 2015
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Serena Williams Wimbledon, 2015

Tom Jenkins


“I love photographing athletes with strong personalities. They produce pictures other players don’t,” says Tom Jenkins. “Serena is wonderful: much of the time she obliterates her opponents with her power, but the more interesting matches to photograph are where she is forced to move around.” This was one of those: the third round at Wimbledon, in 2015. Williams was playing Heather Watson, a young British player, who took the match to three sets before losing. “The tighter the game, the more emotion Serena shows. Here, she looks so serene, just before a powerful smash. Centre Court is beautiful as the sun sets. The players appear lit up, the light falling on their faces. You can’t take your eyes off Serena: she’s beautiful, and you never know what she’s going to do next.” Words: Hannah Booth


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