Serena Williams declares ‘I’m NOT retired’ as she flirts with tennis comeback after ‘evolution’

Serena Williams declares ‘I’m NOT retired’ as she flirts with tennis comeback after she ‘evolved away’ from the sport, but then prank fans can watch her play again… by going to court at her house!

  • Serena Williams chose her words carefully about Arthur Ashe, saying she wasn’t retiring but that she was ‘evolving away’ from the sport she dominated
  • At a conference in San Francisco, she said fans could see her on the field again
  • In her “retirement” announcement, Serena said she wanted to stop playing tennis so she could focus more on her family and her businesses.
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It seems that the Queen of Tennis is not yet ready to step down from her throne. At a conference in Silicon Valley this week, Serena Williams teased a return to competitive professional tennis, jokingly.

“I’m not retired,” Williams told the TechCrunch Disrupt panel in San Francisco a few days ago.

When asked if she could be seen on the track again, she told the audience, “The chances are very high.”

This was immediately followed by a joke: ‘You can come to my house, I have a court. I have got you.’

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Serena Williams may not be done playing professional tennis yet after teasing a potential comeback at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco a few days ago

Williams chose her words very carefully when she spoke at the US Open in August. She told the audience there that she “evolved away from the game.”

This wouldn’t be the first time Williams has teased a comeback. After the US Open ended, she appeared on Good Morning America and addressed her retirement by mentioning another famous athlete who was retiring this year.

“I mean, you never know. I just said Tom Brady started a really cool trend…,” she said in September.

In her ‘retirement’ announcement, Serena said she wanted to focus on her family and businesses

Despite her candor and willingness to shift her focus to her business pursuits, Serena admits that transitioning from professional sports has been difficult.

“I woke up the other day and I went out on the track and I was like, ‘Oh, for the first time in my life I’m not playing for a game and it felt really weird,'” she said.

“It was like the first day of the rest of my life, and so far I’m enjoying it. But I’m still trying to find that balance.’

After barely playing in 2022, Serena paved a great path to the third round of the US Open, where she fell to Australian Ajla Tomljanović.

In what could have been her last US Open, Serena fell to Ajla Tomljanovic . in the third round


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