Morrissey didn't you say Venus' career was dead?
I remember that RIP Venus williams career 1997-2007?
Venus is making Veeliever out of everyone.
Was 2005 a turning point? It's hard to say, because Venus has still yet to set a tournament on fire outside wimbledon since that 'turning point', got close at the US Open last year but ... But I do think it was important for her own self belief, because I remember at the time I used to think Venus' confidence on court was fragile because she knew she was a great talent, but was clutching at matches wanting the wins so badly because she hadn't had any in a while, that ultimately this craving was helping her lose
matches (Antwerp 05 Final). You can just see what a different player Venus is post wimbledon, it's not just the surface, Venus has a solid and stable confidence that, provided she has a good schedule and stays healthy could translate into more success.
But I'm hesitant about calling it a turning point, and Venus hasn't had the best health after her wimbledon wins. But shes healthy now, and with a smart schedule THIS could have been her turning pointing, propelling her to winning big titles outside of Wimbledon. If she can stay healthy, serve and move like she did... there aren't many players that can stop here.