American professional tennis player Serena Williams is not completely excluding a comeback to action following pretendedly auctioning farewell to tennis at the US Open 2022 and she’s hinting taking inspiration from Tom Brady.
Slightly longer than two weeks following Serena Williams’ retirement at the US Open, when many people thought it would be the final act of her tennis career, she has poked fun at her prospective return to the sport.
It was declared by the 23-time grand slam champion prior to the US Open that she would “evolve away from tennis” after the grand slam, where she was knocked out by Ajla Tomljanović in the third round.
Moreover, Williams said on Wednesday, “you never know” about a return to competitive tennis in the future.
Anchor Lara Spencer noted in a visit with Good Morning America, that Venus, who played doubles with her 23-time Grand Slam-winning sister at the Open, is yet hoping for a few more engagements as Big Sis pursues her own career.
“She’s not done; it’s just me,” Serena laughed before adding, “You never know, and I’ve just been saying that Tom Brady started a really cool trend!” [H/T tennis.com]
.@serenawilliams doesn’t rule out one day returning to the world of professional tennis: “I mean, you never know. I’ve just been saying that Tom Brady started a really cool trend…” 👀🎾https://t.co/kWY5S6eOU4 pic.twitter.com/B9RwfOK7he
— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 14, 2022
It is obvious that Brady made the shocking decision to retire and then unretire from football just over a month afterwards. Although we have just about passed the 40-day mark on first evolution announcement of William, probably we might have not witnessed the last of Serena The Tennis Star in some dimension.
“I feel like tennis has given me so much,” the 40-year-old said, having given similar comments to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show the night before, “and I feel like there’s no way I don’t want to be involved somehow in the future. I don’t know what that involvement is yet but I do know that I love the sport so much. I love the game, and everything about it. It’s been such a light in my life that I definitely want to keep something involved in it.”
Williams opens up about her turn as a writer in the entire interview. She is inspired by her daughter Olympia and her favorite doll.