Serena Williams doesn’t give up: ‘I’m excited to improve and play the US Open’ | Tennis

Serena Williams, who lost her first Wimbledon appearance on Tuesday, has questioned her future and said she doesn’t know what she will do or if this will be her last Wimbledon.

“I can’t answer that question,” Serena said when asked if this could be her last Wimbledon. “I don’t know what to do. I live day by day. I play day by day.”

Nevertheless, he showed an interest in playing the US Open, a tournament which he won six times.

The youngest of the Williams sisters said: “The US Open was where I won my first slam, it’s so special. There’s definitely a lot of motivation to get better and play at home.”

The American, a seven-time winner of the All England Club, fell into the third set of a super tie-breaker against Frenchman Harmony Tan in his first singles match in a year.

“It’s definitely better than last year,” Serena joked, after she injured her leg in 2021 after playing just six first-round matches.

On whether she would be happy if this was her last memory of Wimbledon, Serena was clear: “Of course not, absolutely not. But I gave everything I could. You want to train again, because you were so close. Get it if you want (win) matches).

How many Grand Slams has Serena Williams won?

The American tennis player is the second player to win the most titles in history, with 23 titles. She was preceded only by Australian Margaret Court, who won 24.

With seven victories at the Australian Open, the same number of victories at Wimbledon, six at the US Open and three at Roland Garros, she has become the most successful tennis player of the “Open Era”.

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The first was achieved in 1999, the year she beat Martina Hingis, 6-3, 7-6, in the US Open final.

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