Yesterday Serena had to apologise for her comments about the case of a drunken 16-year-old girl raped by two high school American football players in Ohio who then swapped video of the assault on social media.
A friend of Mc Kinnie’s tweeted on Saturday, “Me & @Bryant Mckinnie played as doubles partners in tennis and went undefeated today.
Serena began dating Mouratoglu, 42, after recruiting the Frenchman when she suffered her first ever opening round defeat in the French Open last year.
Since then he has guided her to her fifth Wimbledon title, an Olympic gold medal, her fourth US Open title and her second French Open title, and also lifted her back to world No 1 in the WTA rankings.
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Bryant Mc Kinnie may literally be Serena and Venus Williams’ biggest fan.
The Ravens’ 6-foot-8 offensive tackle had a lot to cheer about this weekend as he watched the Wimbledon tennis championships on TV.
Serena took home her fifth Wimbledon singles tennis title on Saturday, and the two teamed up later in the day to win their fifth doubles championship at the All England Club.
Not only is Mc Kinnie a fan, but he may have had a romantic interest too. “Can’t date both of them,” he said with a smile to a reporter from Minnesota’s Star Tribune in 2006.