SERENA WILLIAMS WILL PLAY WIMBLEDON 2022!



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SERENA WILLIAMS WILL PLAY WIMBLEDON 2022!

After about twelve months from her last match, female tennis legend Serena Williams will incredibly come back on the court. Through her social channels, the American tennis player made a short post, full of meaning, where she announces her return to the world.

"See you at Wimbledon, the appointment is there," with this post the champion makes all fans dream of her and she declares that she is ready to play in the tournament that made her famous. Twenty-three Grand Slam events and 7 Wimbledons, one of her favorite tournaments.

It was in Wimbledon that the tennis player had played her last match against Sasnovich. And to say that no one imagined this possibility: there was still nothing official but everyone took for granted the forfeit of the tennis player at Wimbledon, but once again Serena surprised everyone and shocked the world of women's tennis.

Serena Williams, the words of Patrick Mouratoglou

In the last few hours, the words of the former tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou had made a lot of noise. The coach separated from Serena a few months ago, and he has been Simona Halep's new coach for a few weeks.

Mouratoglou spoke to Gazeta Sporturilor about this painful choice: "When I heard Serena, I wanted to be honest. I asked her what was going on and what she wanted to do in the future. It wasn't very clear to me, but she also told me that she wasn't.

He knew." The coach continued: "After leaving Serena I confessed to my family that I had very little stimulation. The reality is that I had lost my enthusiasm and without this I could not work" Then in the end we all know how it went, Mouratoglou has changed coach and Serena shocked everyone within minutes with this incredible decision.

Nobody knows her physical condition, but maybe Serena cultivates the dream of reaching Margaret Court at 24 Slam and thus obtaining the only real record she is missing. An extraordinary career and one that she will also continue at Wimbledon.

Here is the social message of the younger of the Williams sisters: