Serena Williams: “My tendon is better, I’ll try to be in Australia”


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Serena Williams: "My tendon is better, I'll try to be in Australia"

No more no less, 130 days have passed since Serena Williams last stepped on a court within the WTA circuit. After retiring in the first round of Wimbledon due to injury, he did not return to competition and his return is unknown. As a result of this, the American gave hints of a possible return at the next Australian Open.

The hamstring (back of the leg) is better. It took a long time, it took forever, but now she’s so much better“, explained the winner of 23 Grand Slam, according to the testimonies raised by the media Tennis Head.

Also, when asked about his possible return to the courts in the first Major it’s from the season, Serena stated that she will “definitely” try to be.

The year had started as No. 7 in the world, but physical setbacks prevented him from being in Tokyo and the US Open, among other major tournaments: currently ranks No. 41.

Surely, the 2022 season will be a rematch to go in search of Margaret Court’s record, with her 24 Grand Slam.


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