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Serena Williams Says US Open Will Be Her Last Tournament

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'The Independent' reports that Serena Williams
has announced that the "countdown has begun"
to her retirement from tennis.
'The Independent' reports that Serena Williams
has announced that the "countdown has begun"
to her retirement from tennis.
Williams' illustrious career in the sport
will come to an end following her
performance at the U.S. Open later this month.
While speaking to 'Vogue,' the 23-time
grand slam champion said she thinks of the
decision as an evolution as opposed to an end.
While speaking to 'Vogue,' the 23-time
grand slam champion said she thinks of the
decision as an evolution as opposed to an end.
Maybe the best word to describe what
I’m up to is evolution. I’m here to tell you
that I’m evolving away from tennis, toward
other things that are important to me, Serena Williams, via 'Vogue' interview.
Maybe the best word to describe what
I’m up to is evolution. I’m here to tell you
that I’m evolving away from tennis, toward
other things that are important to me, Serena Williams, via 'Vogue' interview.
There comes a time in life when we have to decide to move in a different direction. That time is always hard when you love something so much, Serena Williams, via Instagram.
There comes a time in life when we have to decide to move in a different direction. That time is always hard when you love something so much, Serena Williams, via Instagram.
On August 29, the final
grand slam tournament of the year,
the U.S. Open, is scheduled to begin.
On August 29, the final
grand slam tournament of the year,
the U.S. Open, is scheduled to begin.
Williams also shared how difficult
the decision to end one of the greatest
careers in the history of the sport has been.
Williams also shared how difficult
the decision to end one of the greatest
careers in the history of the sport has been.
It’s the hardest thing that I could
ever imagine. I hate it. I hate that
I have to be at this crossroads, Serena Williams, via 'Vogue' interview.
Williams has won seven Wimbledon titles,
seven Australian Opens, six U.S. Opens
and three French Opens.
Williams has won seven Wimbledon titles,
seven Australian Opens, six U.S. Opens
and three French Opens.
In 2017, she became the oldest
World No. 1 at the age of 35.
In 2017, she became the oldest
World No. 1 at the age of 35

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