Especially if she’s got a bit of a chip on her shoulder about playing the person who’d just beaten her sister, and she’s also feeling a bit touchy about being slammed with a racist remark by a heckler in the stands.
“The guy said, ‘Hit the net like any Negro would.’ I was shocked,” Williams said. “I couldn’t believe it. I had to do a double take. I think I hit a double fault on that point.”
“I shouldn’t have let it bother me, because growing up in Compton we had drive-bys,” said Williams, who was raised in Los Angeles. “I guess that’s what my dad prepared me for, but I’m not going to stand for it.“
That’s alright, girl. You showed ’em who’s boss and got the heckler thrown out of the game.