Serena Williams US Open loss: Oprah, Tiger Woods and more react
The GOAT of tennis may not go away forever.
Serena Williams She may have recently retired from the sport, but the athlete admitted she’s not opposed to returning at some point in the future.
“I feel like if I want to come back, I can definitely still come back,” he said. Bradley Cooper during an A+E Networks and History Channel History Talks event in Washington DC on September 24, according to Variety.
For now, Serena, 40, is comfortable with her decision to hang up her racket, explaining that she “just needed to stop.”
“I always said I wanted to stop when I’m playing very good tennis and winning and beating good players,” he said. “For me, it’s really about things that I want to do spiritually and spend time with my daughter and my family.”
Serena welcomed her daughter Olympia in 2017 with my husband alexis ohanian.
“As a super practical mom, I can’t tell you how hard it was. I lost so many matches after having Olympia because it was so hard to be on the court,” she continued. “I feel like I’ve given so much of my life to tennis, my whole life, that it’s time to do something different for myself and work on other things as well.”