Serena Williams would not join just to be a ceremonial player

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Former world No. 1 Andy Roddick is confident Serena Williams believes she can still get the job done, which is why she’s not ready to retire yet. Williams, 40, played his last tournament of the 2021 season at Wimbledon.

Williams, a former world No. 1, missed the rest of the season due to a back thigh problem. “She has an amazing support system,” Roddick said during his appearance on the Tennis Channel. “It’s not surprising to see Serena fully committed and aggressive in something other than tennis.

It will be her business card forever. It does not matter if it is tennis, business or something else. “I assure you she would not continue to just be a ceremonial player. She will not attend events until she thinks she can still win them.

She is not going to be the one who is happy to make a semifinal and make a quarterfinal. She’s out there to win. I hope she’s healthy enough to get that chance. ”

Williams was ‘sorry’ after being forced to miss the US Open

Williams is a 23-time Grand Slam champion and she still dreams of equaling Margeret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam.

“It was really sad to miss the US Open. I also had the most amazing outfit. I made an extra effort to try to make it, but it didn’t work out,” Williams said. A few days ago, Williams tweeted about Shuai Peng’s disappearance in China.

“I am crushed and shocked to hear the news of my peer, Peng Shuai. I hope she is safe and found as soon as possible. This must be investigated and we must not keep quiet. Sending love to her and her family during this incredibly difficult time, “Williams tweeted. Williams is expected to play at the Australian Open in January, chasing yet another Grand Slam glory.

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