WATCH: Could you win a point against Serena Williams? Maybe watch this video before you answer
Remember the recent poll in which one in eight men said they could win a point against Serena Williams? Well, an old video has resurfaced that proves winning a point against the tennis great is not as easy as some think.
A YouGov UK survey done during Wimbledon this year showed that one in 10 men (12 per cent) of the 1,732 British adults polled believe they could win a point off 23-time Grand Slam winner Williams.
Three per cent of women also fancied that they could secure a point against the American.
— YouGov (@YouGov) July 12, 2019
In the words of Judy Murray, “good luck with that”.
Good luck with that. https://t.co/62r8wtEAch
— judy murray (@JudyMurray) July 12, 2019
And they will certainly need more than luck as an video of Williams has proven just how difficult it is for ordinary men to win a point against the former world No 1.
The Dude Perfect Show did a trick shot video with Williams back in May 2016 and the men who took part found out just how difficult it is to win a point against the tennis great.
So do you still think you can win a point against Serena Williams?
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