Caroline Wozniacki: "Serena Williams won't play again"

Caroline Wozniacki, former WTA number one, talked about the future of Serena Williams to the microphones of the Tennis Channel

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Caroline Wozniacki: "Serena Williams won't play again"

Caroline Wozniacki, former WTA number one, talked about the future of Serena Williams to the microphones of the Tennis Channel. Caroline said: "Serena will come back to play? I don't think so. If she plays an exhibition match, I think it would be lucky for everyone.

But I don't think she will come back to play on the WTA Tour. There are so many things going on. I think she loves so much Tennis. It's been her life for so many years. But at the same time she's busy. I don't think we'll ever see her again on a professional tennis court.

Playing with her has been difficult. There are so many Grand Slam tournaments that I could have won if I hadn't found her in my way. But at the same time, it was an honor to be there with her, because I had the chance to play against the best player in history."

Caroline Wozniacki: "Serena Williams won't play again"

Former Danish tennis player added: "She inspired all of us to up our game and take care of our bodies.

I think it was amazing to share the court with her, play against her and gain a lifelong friend. Serena is not only the best tennis player ever, but an amazing person." On September 3, Serena Williams said goodbye to the tennis world at the US Open.

The American legend, at the end of the match with Ajla Tomljanovic, did not completely close the door to his possible return: "Even if it's something I've never thought about. I was just a girl trying to play tennis. It's It's been an incredible week, it's like all the people want to push me further.

I've been building up, finding my game, I should have started playing a little earlier this year. I don't think I'll be back, but you never know."

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