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Serena Williams teases tennis fans by saying “I’m still not retired”

Serena Williams teases tennis fans over whether she will be back on the court. This time, she says that she is not retired from the sport.

Williams, who is considered the greatest tennis player of all time by many, said she would “evolve away” from tennis after the US Open. She also stated that she “never liked to hear the term retirement.”

The 23-time grand slam winner made a quick return to the sport last season, winning singles at Wimbledon and the National Bank Open. She was then knocked out in the third round by Ajla Tomljanovic.

Williams, 41, spoke at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference held in San Francisco to promote Serena Ventures. Williams said that she is not retired. “The chances of playing again are very high.” You can come to my home, I have a court.

In an interview with Good Morning America last month, Williams stated that “you never know” if competitive tennis will return and explained how NFL quarterback Tom Brady had “started another cool trend.

Brady, 45 years old, announced that he would be retiring from the NFL in February. However, he later changed his mind and will continue his career with Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Williams stated that she plans to “evolve away” from tennis and would spend more time with her family. She also said she would pursue her business interests and charity ambassador roles, and be spending more time with her family.

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