What Has Serena Williams Got On Her Face Today? Black Tape Or Plaster
Serena Williams wore the thin black tape during her games in June. According to The Times, the thin bits of plaster on Williams' face are medical tape designed to help relieve the 40-year-old's sinus problems.
The talented tennis player used the black tape in order to improve her performance in the doubles semifinals at Eastbourne.
The elegant athlete was vocal about her sinus issues in the year 2007. In an interview ahead of the demanding summer Grand Slam, she addressed the problem with her trademark candor.
Williams states, "My secret has been revealed." I have nasal problems. " She added, "When you have sinusitis, it is difficult to play tennis or do anything else on a daily basis." There's a lot of strain, congestion, and agony, and training for great slams like Wimbledon and the French Open is difficult.
Among the severe remedies, the tennis expert suggested a hot shower as the best way for her to deal with the condition, as part of procedures to keep the chest and airways surrounding the body clear.
She has, however, consistently delivered outstanding performances. Nothing has prevented her from becoming one of the greatest tennis players of all time.
The athlete is currently part of the Wimbledon Championship and is giving her an excellent game. All of her fans are supporting her on social media platforms.