Williams says she could one day return to tennis, taking Tom Brady as inspiration for how the American football player got back into the sport and eventually won the Super Bowl.
In her interview after the race on the track, she confirmed that she had finished playing the sport: “It was a fun adventure. It was the most beautiful adventure I’ve ever had in my life. I am so grateful to everyone who let me in. You encouraged their lives. I am so grateful for that.”
However, in the post-match press conference, Williams retracted a bit from her statements. ‘I don’t know. I don’t think about it. But I’ve always loved Australia,” he said, referring to the Australian Open scheduled for January 2023.
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The 23-time Grand Slam winner stirred even more emotion last night with her performance on The Tonight Show with host Jimmy Fallon.
Asked by the US host if she could go back to her retirement plans, Williams said, “Tom Brady has started a great trend. That’s all I’ll say.”
It only took Brady 40 days to reverse his decision to leave the NFL. After 22 seasons, he declared he was over and was ready to throw in the towel, but within a month and a half, the seven-time Super Bowl champion agreed to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
“I feel like I’m at an age where I definitely have a lot to give and there’s a lot I want to do so I won’t rest, there is a lot to me.
She said, “There are a lot of things I’ve been wanting to do for many years that I couldn’t do thanks to my passion for tennis. Now it’s time to start enjoying these things.”
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