So when the rigged world of professional tennis decide to have a face off of their two most prized 37-year-olds for the first time in their careers, you bet it will be on New Years Day in Perth, AU for the Hopman Cup.
New Years Day = 13+22+4 + 2+22+26+9+8 + 23+26+2 = 157 (Reverse Ordinal)
157 is the 37th prime number.
Perth, AU = 2+4+9+7+1 + 8+6 = 37 (Reverse Full Reduction)
Hopman Cup = 1+3+2+5+8+4 + 6+6+2 = 37 (Reverse Full Reduction)
Serena = 8+4+9+4+4+8 = 37 (Reverse Full Reduction)
Serena Williams turned 37 on September 26, 2018. She will be facing off against fellow 37-year-old Roger Federer on the 3rd month and 7th day of her age, New Years Day 2019. With all these 37 connections, will she win the 2019 Hopman Cup?
Since both athletes are 37-years-old, that means they were born in 1981.
Tennis = 20+5+14+14+9+19 = 81 (English Ordinal)
Tennis = 7+22+13+13+18+8 = 81 (Reverse Ordinal)
Interesting how Tennis has the same gematria forwards and backwards, paying homage to the back-and-forth nature of the sport.
The 2019 Hopman Cup is the 31st edition of the tournament featuring men’s and women’s tennis from across the world. No surprises the 31st edition of this event takes place in Perth.
Perth = 7+5+9+2+8 = 31 (Full Reduction)
Roger Federer and Serena Williams are the only players to win 20+ Grand Slam singles titles in the Open Era. They have been paralleled throughout their career, winning Grand Slam titles on the same court and weekend eight times between 2003 and 2017.