Like so many responsible people practicing social distancing during the COVID-19, or coronavirus, outbreak, Serena Williams is struggling to cope with the heightened anxiety she’s experiencing while being closed off from the rest of the world. So the 23-time Grand Slam champion recently shared her thoughts and feelings with the world on social media, but she added a funny twist. Lightening the mood while opening up about her coronavirus-related anxiety, Serena addressed her fans in a series of now-expired posts on her Instagram stories. Between each segment, she changed things up with colorful tutus and skirts and varying wigs. But like a true GOAT, the constant in her outfits was a t-shirt with “LEGENDARY” written on it. In the stories, she started by explaining how her perception of the novel coronavirus began to change when the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California — one of the biggest non-major tennis tournaments on the schedule — was canceled back in early March. It was one of the first sporting events in the U.S. to be impacted by the outbreak, but then they started piling on. And her anxiety and stress increased too. Serena explains: “It started out with me feeling like,


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