Venus Williams discusses her most lethal weapon.

Venus Williams, a seven-time Grand Slam winner, believes that using solid technique and practice will help you succeed. Williams, 42, is a legend who has held the number one place in both singles and doubles. Williams hosted a Q&A session on Instagram where she was questioned about how to get better and play more consistently on the WTA Tour.

“Technique and practice. You cannot consistently reproduce good shots if your technique is lacking “According to Sportskeeda, Williams stated on Instagram. Williams was one of the best and most dominant players in the early 2000s.

Williams was regarded as one of the top movers in the women’s game during her heyday and was a terrific server, baseliner, and baseliner. Williams admitted that her thoughts was her most lethal weapon when pressed about it. Williams remarked, “The mind, my friend.”

Williams considers her Olympic triumph.

Williams has won four gold and one silver medal at the Olympics, making her a five-time medallist. Williams is also the first tennis player in history to have medaled in all three tennis competitions, including singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.

The gold medal is “beyond what I dreamed of,” said Williams, “and the Grand Slam success is the conclusion of years of work, dreaming, and sacrifice. They’re both so different it’s hard to compare.” Williams won her first and lone gold medal in singles at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Williams and her sister Serena won three gold medals in women’s doubles. Williams narrowly missed out on earning her maiden mixed doubles gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics as she and Rajeev Ram lost the match in three sets.

Williams missed the Olympics in Tokyo the previous year. Williams will make a comeback at the Citi Open in Washington the following week. She hasn’t competed in a singles competition since August of last year. In the opening round against Washington, Williams faces a qualifier.