A new book by a former US Tennis player, Tennis Is Not a Game, which will be released next week, will detail the incredible story of the greatest tennis player in history, Serena Williams, and her incredible career.

Williams was the first woman to win a Grand Slam singles title in history and is one of the most decorated athletes in history.

She won seven Grand Slam titles during her career and is considered the greatest female player in the history of the game.

The book, titled Tennis Is a Game: The Story of Serena and Serena’s Greatest Career, is due out in September and will be published by Forbes on September 12.

In a new interview with The Telegraph, Williams revealed how she learned about the book, and how it is important to understand what she experienced during her first year as a pro player.

The author, Michelle Meehan, said: “My career began in 1993, and my goal was to win five Grand Slams.

I started with a win in the final of the U.S. Open at the age of 19.

I played in the U-23s for three years and was in the United States Open and the U21s for four years.”

I was so disappointed when I came back to the U20s, when I had a bad knee injury, and the World Championships and Wimbledon were on the schedule, but I didn’t realise that was a problem.

“It was all in the mind, but you know I was so excited about it.”

In the summer of 1995 I started playing at the US Open.

I was 18 and the first person to ever hit my first grand slam, so I knew right away that this was going to be an amazing experience.

“And then I played the first match in the next round.””

I didn’t play in the first game, but then in the second game I was there in the fourth round,” she said.

“And then I played the first match in the next round.”

Williams said that at the beginning of her career, the USO was her only training opportunity.

“There was no other option,” she recalled.

“Then one day, I came home and my mom and dad came to pick me up from school.”

They were very excited, because they knew I would be a great tennis player, and they said, ‘Look, Serene’s going to play the U17 World Championships, and she’s going home in a couple of weeks.’

“I played at the U19 World Championships in 2001, and then I had to sit in the US National Team Training Center for four months.”

She was eventually offered a chance to represent the US in the 2006 Beijing Olympics.

“My dad was the one who was the captain of the national team, and he told me I was a player who could go anywhere,” Williams said.

She made the squad, but she was left out of the final.

“The reason I was not playing was because I was supposed to be the captain. I didn