Of the many outstanding components of her game, Serena Williams may best be known for her commanding serve.
Those serves, unleashed over the course of a 27-year professional career, arguably heightened the power and intensity of the women’s game.
To those chronicling her exploits as one of the world’s best tennis players, Williams served up a different challenge.
Erin Whiteside, associate professor of journalism and electronic media at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, observes how sports journalists have struggled to find their footing when it comes to establishing consensus about what exactly constitutes good coverage. Read the full article on The Conversation.
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