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23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian share a good relationship with British F1 racer Lewis Hamilton. Hence, extending their support, the couple was present at the United States Grand Prix. However, Serena and Alexis did not see the result they hoped for as the seven-time world champion finished second behind Belgian-Dutch racing driver Max Verstappen.

 

 

Notably, both Serena and Alexis seemed in a bright mood throughout their day at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. Despite the loss, the couple is already looking forward to Hamilton’s next challenge.

 

Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian show support for Lewis Hamilton after United States GP loss

 

 

 

For many years, Serena Williams and Lewis Hamilton have reciprocated love and respect for each other. Therefore, it did not surprise sports fans when the tennis queen came to support the Mercedes driver.

 

 

Most significantly, Hamilton is chasing a record-breaking eight World Championships title, and the United States GP win would have been a vital step towards the feat. No doubt, Serena, Alexis, and millions of his fans felt gutted over his loss.

 

 

 

Notably, Alexis posted a few selfies of the day with Serena on his Instagram story. He also shared a picture of former NBA star Chris Bosh. In the last one, he wrote, “Not the finish we hoped for Lewis Hamilton but on to the next one.”

 

Following this, the 36-year-old British racer will be looking forward to closing in on making history. Only time will tell if Hamilton gets past the former German legend Michael Schumacher in yet another record. Both ways, the 40-year-old tennis great will keep supporting him.

 

 

While Hamilton hopes to get ahead of Schumacher, Serena is chasing a record-equaling 24th Grand Slam title. With that, she will tie former Australian legend Margaret Court in all-time most Grand Slam titles record.i

 

 

 

However, in the past few years, the American professional has lost four major finals. Thus, her getting the #24 has become a long-debated question on the tennis tour.

 

 

Unquestionably, Serena will be eyeing a comeback next year at the Australian Open. Let’s see if she can get the job done this time around. Do you think Serena will win a major tournament before retirement?

 

 

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