Serena Williams’ retirement and Kim Kardashian’s response

Serena Williams, who has won 23 Grand Slam tournaments, revealed her intention to retire at this year’s US Open, prompting Kim Kardashian to laud her as the greatest athlete of all time. Williams disclosed her decision to conclude her professional career at the US Open in an essay written for Vogue.

Williams shared numerous images from her Vogue photoshoot on Instagram. Kardashian responded to Williams‘ Instagram post on retirement by adding the goat emoji, which in sports lingo denotes the greatest of all time.

Williams will prioritize his family and career.

Williams is likely to rank among the all-time great athletes. Williams didn’t want to use the word “retirement” in her article for Vogue since she said her situation was “developing away from tennis.”

“Retirement has never been a word I’ve loved. It doesn’t strike me as a contemporary word. I’ve been referring to this as a transition, but I want to be careful how I use that word since it has a very specific and significant meaning to a group of people.

Perhaps the easiest way to sum up what I’m doing is to call it evolutionary. I’m here to let you know that I’m moving away from tennis and toward other priorities. I quietly founded Serena Ventures, a venture capital business, a few years ago.

I soon afterward began a family. I want that family to expand “Vogue’s Williams was a writer. Williams missed a year of competition before losing in the first round of Wimbledon. Williams will now call it quits at the US Open.

Since 2017, Williams has participated in 23 Grand Slams, and she is unlikely to tie Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slams before she retires. Williams stated in the essay, “Unfortunately, I wasn’t prepared to win Wimbledon this year.

“Furthermore, I’m not sure if I’ll be prepared to win New York. But I’ll make an effort. And the warm-up competitions will be enjoyable.”