“I never said the term retreat,” claimed Serena Williams. What may now occur

In August, Serena Williams declared her retirement from tennis. The American tennis player bid farewell after falling to Ajla Tomljanovi in the third round of the 2022 US Open. With a statement indicating she keeps multiple doors open for a potential comeback, Serena has now sensationally shuffled the deck.

On the Jimmy Fallon Night Show on NBC, she said: “I’ve never used the word “retreat”; the option to go back is always available. I asked Tom Brady about his experience because you never know. Since tennis has given me so much, I don’t see myself straying too far from it. I would like to do something, but I’m not sure what yet.

I would want to continue following this fantastic sport. It has simply been a source of light in my life, and I want to keep it close by.”

“I never said the term retreat,” claimed Serena Williams. What may now occur

But what might follow these words? The US player afterwards said that she (likely) wouldn’t play again, but is this truly the case? Because Serena is still 41 years old and has demonstrated some physical condition issues since rejoining the WTA Tour, it is difficult to forecast what will happen.

Would Serena truly be willing to resume her rigorous training regimen in order to partake in one last catwalk on a tennis court? It would be challenging given his current physical state, similar to what occurred to his esteemed colleague Roger Federer, who announced her retirement a few days after Serena in what was a historic September.

Serena might be more motivated than Roger, though. If it would be impossible for Federer now to even hope to reach Novak Djokovic in the Slam Race, Serena, if in acceptable physical condition, would still have a chance to win the so much dreamed 24 Majors, which would be the absolute record, shared with Margaret Smith. Court. Will the 2023 Australian Open provide a major surprise?