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Serena Williams Retirment U-TURN? Willaims declares, ‘I am not retired, the chances of return are very high’: Check DETAILS

Serena Williams Retirment U-TURN? Willaims declares, ‘I am not retired, the chances of return are very high’: Check DETAILS

Serena Williams Retirment U-TURN? Willaims declares, ‘I am not retired, the chances of return are very high’: Check DETAILS
Serena Williams Retirment U-TURN? Serena Williams on Monday said she has not retired from tennis. The biggest tennis legend said, chances of her returning are “very high” after she previously indicated that she would step away from the sport after last month’s U.S. Open. Follow all the Tennis News and updates on InsideSport.IN “I am not […]

Serena Williams Retirment U-TURN? Serena Williams on Monday said she has not retired from tennis. The biggest tennis legend said, chances of her returning are “very high” after she previously indicated that she would step away from the sport after last month’s U.S. Open. Follow all the Tennis News and updates on InsideSport.IN

I am not retired,” Williams said at a conference in San Francisco while promoting her investment company, Serena Ventures.

The chances (of a return) are very high. You can come to my house, I have a court.

I still haven’t really thought about (retirement),” Williams said.

But I did wake up the other day and go on the court and (considered) for the first time in my life that I’m not playing for a competition, and it felt really weird.

It was like the first day of the rest of my life and I’m enjoying it, but I’m still trying to find that balance.

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Williams, mother to five-year-old Olympia, explained one of her reasons for choosing to stop playing was to further support and expand her family with husband Alexis. “I just needed to stop,” she said in the ‘History Talks’ interview, as quoted by Vanity Fair.

“I always said I wanted to stop when I’m playing really good tennis and winning and beating good players. For me, it’s really about things I want to do spiritually and spending time with my daughter and family.

“As a super hands-on mom, I can’t tell you how hard it was. I lost so many matches after I had Olympia because it was so hard to be on the court.

“I feel like I’ve given so much of my life to tennis, my entire life, that it’s time to do something different for me and also work on other things. When you’re on the inside, you can’t see it. It’s completely different when you’re involved.”

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