Serena Williams’ husband asserted that “North Americans just don’t comprehend.”

Embed from Getty Images

In September, Serena Williams retired from tennis after losing to Ajla Tomljanovic, 7-5, 6-7(4), 6-1, in the third round of the US Open. The American decided to put her racket away at the age of 41 since she no longer looked stunning after becoming a mother.

With a prize fund of over 94 million dollars, she is the woman to have made the most money in tennis history and is regarded as one of the most significant players in the sport. The 23-time Grand Slam winner recently began a new chapter by introducing a new lifestyle brand called Will Perform. This brand offers a selection of topical painkillers, daily muscle care lotions, and roll-ons that are intended to provide pain relief and everyday muscle assistance.

athletes as well as non-athletes. Here are some of the things she has said about it: Will Perform Recovery has been such an important part of my job and my life, especially as a mom, so I can’t wait for you all to experience the salvage collection I’ve collected. It’s taken years to make this day, and I’m incredibly excited to debut my new brand.

“North Americans simply don’t get it”

Alexis Ohanian, Serena Williams‘ husband, is of German ancestry.

The parents of the Reddit co-founder were German immigrants before coming to the US. The Ohanian family adores the traditional Christmas dessert made with sweet marzipan. Recently, Alexis talked openly about her annual Christmas dessert habit.

Serena Williams‘ husband also disclosed that her father, who has historical ties to Germany, gave it to her as a present. He stated: “Since my mother was from Hamburg, which is close to Lübeck, I only eat it once a year at Christmas when my father gives me some.

Tobias Lütke, CEO of Shopify, was alerted by his social media post that stated: “This thing is incredibly underappreciated in North America.” Later, in response to Lütke, the co-founder of Reddit said, “North Americans just don’t get it.” Lütke said, “You’ve just given me inspiration.”