Through his Twitter profile, Brett Haber defended Serena Williams‘ choice to return to the game at almost 41 years old. Brett wrote: “You can’t blame Serena Williams for suffering a brutal defeat towards the end of her career.
On the contrary, she showed courage by getting back into the game at almost 41 years old and by accepting her current difficulties. She gave so much. have the opportunity to admire her one last time.” Greg Rusedski also spoke on the subject: “I understand Serena’s decision to retire.
His first Grand Slam triumph dates back to 1999, 23 years have passed. She You can’t go on forever. Regardless of Margaret Court’s record, I believe Williams is the greatest of all time. She took tennis to another level and entered people who were not used to following our sport.
It would be great if she retired winning the US Open like Pete Sampras did. Woe to underestimate the pride of a legend.”
The retirement of Serena Williams
The announcement of Serena Williams’ impending retirement left everyone speechless.
Although it is not a clap of thunder, the farewell of one of the greatest sportsmen of all time cannot leave anyone indifferent. The American legend, who has played very little over the past two seasons, will welcome the tennis world to New York.
The US Open will be his last professional tournament and will mark the end of an era. The former WTA number 1 has expressed a desire to spend more time with her family and focus on other projects. Barring a sensational backlash at Flushing Meadows, Serena won’t be able to match Margaret Court’s major record.
After losing to Belinda Bencic in Toronto, the 23-time Grand Slam champion has racked up just four matches against Emma Raducanu in Cincinnati. The 2021 US Open winner won in just over an hour and will face Victoria Azarenka in the second round.