“It’s my life, and I love it,” Serena Williams clears the air around cryptic tweet about comeback after retirement – FirstSportz

Serena Williams is already well into retirement and currently enjoying her time with her children, but fans still expect her to return to the court soon and respond to every message from the American. She recently posted a tweet on X, which was misinterpreted by fans as her return to tennis.

“I’m ready to play ball again” Serena Williams had posted on X. Within no time, fans had flooded the comments section with speculation about her return. Turns out she missed the sport just a little more that day.

In a recent interview with The New York Timesthe American cleared the air about this situation by saying that she should not have set it to X. She stated emphatically that she is not coming back and had just missed playing tennis.

It wasn’t cryptic. I’m literally ready to hit balls. I haven’t hit in a long time. It’s my life, I love it and I miss it so much. I did learn not to put it on Twitter because people think I’m coming back, and I’m like, ‘No.

said Serena Williams via the New York Times

Nevertheless, the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion is enjoying his retirement and experiencing a new life outside of tennis. Even though she misses the sport, Williams is excited about the change in routines.

Serena Williams thinks she could easily have won thirty Grand Slam titles

23-time Grand Slam singles champion Serena Williams recently said that she has no thoughts about not winning a 24th title, but felt she could have won many more titles in her career given the form she was previously in.

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Serena Williams (via Imago)
Never actually. I never do. Which is good, right? I had such an amazing career, and quite frankly, I should have had 30. I feel like I could have had way more than 24.

added Serena Williams

She also said that she had put too much pressure on herself, which prevented her from winning the 24th title. After a dominant career, the American suffered four defeats in Grand Slam finals in the final stages, which she could easily have converted into titles. Still, she is happy with her career and enjoying the next phase of her life.

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