Sport: It's finished for Cornet, first farewell for Serena

Serena Williams drops HUGE retirement hint in bombshell comments

  Serena Williams drops HUGE retirement hint in bombshell comments Serena Williams earned her first win in more than a year on Monday, before dropping a bombshell hint about retiring in the post-match press conference. Williams beat Nuria Parrizas-Diaz 6-3, 6-4 at the women's National Bank Open in Canada to record her first singles victory in the 430 days since she beat Danielle Rose Collins in the 2021 French Open.It's just the second tournament of the season for the 40-year-old, who returned to competition at Wimbledon just over a month ago, where she was beaten in the first round by Harmony Tan.“I guess there’s just a light at the end of the tunnel.” [email protected] | #NBO22 pic.

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tournament there is no more French in race in Toronto. Alizé Cornet, falling in the 1st round of Caroline Garcia, also in the running, dropped in her second match this Wednesday at the 2nd round of the Canadian tournament. Opposed to a Bianca Andreescu back in the foreground, La Niçoise bowed in three sets (6-3, 4-6, 6-3) against the young Canadian , who had crunched two days earlier Russian Daria Kasatkina when the latter had just won the San José tournament and had found the world top 10 on Monday. Stronger on this part than the 40th in the ranking, the former world number 4, victorious of this tournament which takes place on its land in 2019 (year which had also seen it win the US Open), logically dominated the French number 2, which only resisted only a set in the 53rd in the classification. A second round that the quarter finalist of the last Australian Open won after being carried out 3-1.

Is Serena Williams retiring? Tennis legend says 'the countdown has begun' ahead of expected US Open farewell

  Is Serena Williams retiring? Tennis legend says 'the countdown has begun' ahead of expected US Open farewell Is Serena Williams retiring? Tennis legend says 'the countdown has begun' ahead of expected US Open farewellSerena Williams revealed in a first-person story in Vogue that she is nearing the end of her career, with all signs pointing toward the US Open, which is slated to begin on Aug. 29, being the final tournament of her career.

Jabeur abandons, first farewell ceremony for S.Williams

on the other hand, in the other two sets, there was not really a match between the two players, and it is therefore the former winner who continues her road. In the round of 16, Andreescu will face the Chinese Qinwen Zheng, who dismissed on Wednesdays by taking advantage of the abandonment at the start of the second set of the Tunisian , obviously victim of stomach pain. Before setting off on Cincinnati to continue his farewell tour, The future retired Serena Williams, for his part, performs his last outing in front of the Toronto audience. Never in the match, two days after announcing that she would be bowing after the US Open and two days also after having won the expense of Diaz his first victory of the year, The legendary American champion, aged 40 years, did not weigh heavy against Belinda Bencic (defeat 6-2, 6-4). The 23 Grand Chelem player was therefore entitled to her first ceremony. First poignant farewells during which she did not manage to hold back her tears. But we will have to get used to it.

Ash Barty reveals her big retirement regret about Serena Williams .
Aussie star Ash Barty has spoken for the first time about her thoughts on Serena Williams retiring from tennis - admitting that she would relish one last crack at the 23-time major winner.Williams, a 40-year-old 23-time grand slam champion, has announced she will be retiring from the sport after the US Open in September.

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