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Tennis: American Serena Williams Announces Retirement after the Upcoming 2022 US Open

Serena Williams Wins 23rd Grand Slam Title with 2017 Australian Open

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American Serena Williams, six-time World woman tennis champion and 23-time Grand Slam champion has announced that she plans to retire after the upcoming  2022 US Open.  She said that she would like to focus on her family and pursuit other goals and ventures.

Serana Williams, 40,  announced her retirement in a post on Instagram, with a cover picture showing her on the September issue of Vogue magazine.

Over the last years, she may have been looking forward to the semi-final  and the final wins, that will allow her  to claim a record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title, then retire.  However,  in these years, Serena Williams has been dealing with health issues, after being a mother. 

Since 2016, she unsuccefully tried to win just one grand slam to equal Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 grand slam singles titles.    In 2017 she won  Australian Open, her 23,  while eight weeks pregnant with her daughter. She had to go through but an emergency C-section to give birth and, later  developed a pulmonary embolism  which left her laying in bed for six weeks.

 In the following tournaments,  she often dealt with sudden health conditions, after a good start, and had to withdraw or to lose the games.  This happened  especially during  2021 Wimbledon, where, after a very good start, she gave up in the first round due to a leg injury.

 The signs of of her retirement have been increasingly showing. She had slowly started moving to new business ventures, including the foundation of Serena Ventures, a venture capital firm  focusing on companies created by women and people of color, and to fashion and cosmetics marketing. 


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Serena Williams has also insisted that she wants to focus on being a mom,  spend more family time with her daughter, Olympia,  and her husband, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian,  and potentially expand her family.

 When she retires after 20 years of dominating Women's tennis, Serena WIlliams will leave a historic legacy, that includes the 23 Grand Slam wins, perhaps 24 if she wins the 2022 US Open. She has also inspired many young girls, women,  and people of color to dream big and reach higher goals.

Commenting on Serena's decision to retire, World number 11 Coco Gauff, 18, said  that Serena Williams was "the reason why I play tennis" and her legacy will "inspire many more generations."

Serena Williamsn  will also be remembered for speaking out against racism, pushing for gender parity and equal prize money.

Regarding inspiring women, she wrote:  "I’d like to think that thanks to opportunities afforded to me, women athletes feel that they can be themselves on the court. They can play with aggression and pump their fists. They can be strong yet beautiful. They can wear what they want and say what they want and kick butt and be proud of it all."

During US Open 1999 in New York, Serena Williama, then aged just 17,  won first Grand Slam singles title, beating  world number four Monica Seles in the quarter-finals, then second-ranked Lindsey Davenport in the semi-finals and ultimatelly the world number one Martina Hingis in the final.

However, being humble, Serena Williams is not looking forr "some ceremonial, final on-court moment" at the  2022 US Open.

 

Go  Serena!!!


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