June 23, 2024


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Serena Williams teases return to court: 'I am not retired'

Serena Williams teases return to court: ‘I am not retired’

Tennis residing legend Serena Williams has at the time yet again teased that she hasn’t nevertheless played her ultimate aggressive match. 

Per Natasha Dye of Men and women and TMZ Sports, Williams hinted during a the latest physical appearance at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco that she could perhaps play on one particular of the sport’s major phases in 2023. 

“I’m not retired,” Williams mentioned at the time. “The chances of me returning are very substantial. You can occur to my house and [see], I have a court docket.” 

Williams declared again on Aug. 9 that she was “evolving absent” from tennis and then seemed to give an psychological farewell to supporters after she fell to Ajla Tomljanovic in the third spherical of the U.S. Open in New York Metropolis. On the other hand, the 41-calendar year-old explained in September that she assumed Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady “started a actually cool craze” of retiring and then returning this past winter. 

Brady in the beginning retired as an lively participant on Feb. 1 but verified on March 13 that he would perform at least 1 extra NFL year. 

“I did wake up the other working day and I went on the court and I was like, ‘Oh, for the first time in my lifetime, I’m not participating in for a competitiveness and it felt truly odd,'” Williams additional for the duration of her latest reviews about a feasible comeback. “It was like the initial day of the relaxation of my life, and so much, I am making the most of it. But, I’m however making an attempt to find that balance.”

Williams continues to be stuck on 23 Grand Slam singles titles, a person behind Margaret Courtroom for the all-time history.