Serena Williams, born on September 26, 1981, has a 54/9 destiny number. I have labeled that the “watch your back” destiny number because it usually means that someone is vying for what you have accomplished or own or possess. Which also indicates you would have something worth vying for and, in this case, it’s quite obvious what that would be.
Cori Gauff, born on March 13, 2004, who has a 22/4 destiny, the number of the visionary, and likely envisioned herself winning the Wimbledon Grand Slam Tournament at some point in her life. And, by utilizing the primary qualities associated with the 22, goal-orientation, tenacity, fortitude, power, and expertise, she prevailed over the most acclaimed woman of all time in the game of tennis!
FUTURE PREDICTIONS FOR SERENA AND CORI
I predict, judging from Ms. Williams’ chart, that she will make a “grand slam” comeback in her 40th year. Ms. Gauff will continue on with her own “grand slam” success for several years, but I can see that it isn’t necessarily a teenager’s dream life. Judging from the intense and all-consuming aspects of being the superlative athlete, she definitely deserves her wins as she graces the courts with her fixed determination and stunning abilities.
USA’S WINNING WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM
Tobin Heath, born on 5/29/1988 (6 destiny)
Carli Lloyd, born on 7/16/1982 (7 destiny)
Alexandra Morgan, born on 7/2/1989 (9 destiny)
Christen Press, born on 12/29/1988 (4 destiny)
Mallory Pugh, born on 4/29/1998 (6 destiny)
Megan Rapinoe, born on 7/5/1985 (8 destiny)
Jessica McDonald, born on 2/28/1988 (11 destiny)
All 7 players in this category have birth “day” numbers that offer towering coordination and cooperation skills, as a whole. The numbers 2, 7, and 29/11are highly intuitive numbers, and Rapinoe’s No. 8 is known for it’s dominant 6th sense proclivities. So, there’s likelihood that this team was able to intuit each other’s moves with that asset. McDonald’s numbers are all about high intuition and speed.
Their destiny numbers 4 and 6 are associated with those who “go the extra mile and give more than they are asked to give.” The number 8 is a leadership number, along with being “the exemplar” at whatever they deem worthy of their talents. The number 9 is said to be a compilation of all the numbers 1 through 8, so Morgan could assume different roles to accommodate the actions of her team players.
Lindsey Horan, born on 5/26/1994 (9 destiny)
Rose LaVelle, born on 5/19/1995 (3 destiny)
Julie Ertz, born on 4/6/1992 (4 destiny)
Samantha Mewis, born on 1/9/1992 (4 destiny)
Alexandra Long, born on 8/13/1987 (1 destiny)
Although Horan and LaVelle have differing numbers, Horan’s 8 and 9 indicate that she had leadership abilities and also a fierce competitive nature; LaVelle would tend to exhibit skills beyond most other players because of her resolute will to win (1) and her flexibility and creativity (3) – and she managed the winning slam. Ertz, Mewis and Long each had numbers that would have exhibited heroic measures to ensure a win, even if injured.
Becky Sauerbrunn, born on 6/6/1985 (8 destiny)
Ali Krieger, born on 7/28/1984 (3 destiny)
Crystal Dunn, born on 7/3/1982 (3 destiny)
Kelley O’Hara, born on 8/4/1988 (11 destiny)
Abby Dahlkemper, born on 5/13/1993 (4 destiny)
Emily Sonnett, born on 1/25/1993 (3 destiny)
Tierna Davidson, born on 9/19/1998 (1 destiny)
As a team, the Defenders possess Sauerbrunn as someone whose efforts tend to go the extra mile (6) and who would to be exemplary in her actions (8); Kriege, Dunn, Davidson and Sonnett have comparable numbers, each “in it to win it” and possessing the determination, adroitness and discipline to make that happen (1 and 3); O’Hara and Dahlkemper are stalwart, persevering, consistent, and systematic (11 and 4).
Alyssa Naeher, born on 4/18/1988 (4 destiny)
Naeher’s name number is a 3, and when you couple that number with the 1 and 4, you have someone who won’t even get in the game unless she thinks she can win (1); who will work longer and harder, with greater discipline and determination than most others (4), and tend to think in a creative and ingenious manner to block every puck that comes her way. And she managed her role with aplomb!