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10 March 2018, 01:02 | Percy Christensen
Serena all set for tennis return
She had played just once this year, losing a Fed Cup doubles match with Venus last month, and hasn't played a singles match on tour since winning the 2017 Australian Open, where she beat Venus in the final. "I think we can say without a doubt that this is her biggest challenge", Mouratoglou told the official WTA website.
But Williams says she is aiming to be back at her best - apparently more than comfortable with coach Patrick Mouratoglou's comments to wtatennis.com that her goal for this season "will be to win grand slams". As we approach International Women's Day, Nike wanted to recognize and celebrate the contributions and achievements of women everywhere and share our belief in gender equality, in this case, delivered by Serena Williams, the greatest athlete of all time. Treat me the same way that you're treating.' How am I going to explain to my son that he is getting more?
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Williams was in action at the Tie Break Tens at Madison Square Garden to warm up for Indian Wells. "I know that I might not be at my best yet, but I am getting there". "I think there's a lot of pre-judging absolutely that definitely goes on". She announced the news after the Grand Slam got over and stunned the world. The competitions she will play until then will help her and every day she progresses on her fitness.
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Williams, a victor of 23 Grand Slam titles, is in the same quarter of the draw as older sister Venus.
"I would have thought I would have retired six years ago, but I'm still here and I'm playing great, and I think I'll still be playing good". It's just a little different, I'm just expecting to see where I am more than anything. "If I want to play in those Grand Slams (the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open) and play well, I think now is the ideal time to start".
"It was good", the 36-year-old Williams said of the experience.
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