Serena Williams’ ex-hitting companion Sascha Bajin confessed he was hoping the American tennis symbol would alter her mind and at the very least try to win one extra Grand Slam and connection Margaret Court’s all-time document of 24Majors In August, Williams revealed she would be “evolving away from tennis” after the United States Open.
In her meetings from that duration, Williams never ever completely shut the doors on a prospective return to tennis. Now 6 months later on, Williams – that has actually because transformed 41 – shows up to be retired forever. In one of her current meetings, Williams confessed that it was very hard in the beginning yet kept in mind that she is currently extra serene with her choice.
Bajin: I was hoping to see Williams play a little bit extra
“Yeah, so I even tweeted about it because I didn’t say you know, like I wasn’t one of those guys who then said, you know, like, ‘bye bye queen’ and all this stuff.
I didn’t post anything on my socials because, from her interview, she kind of left the door a little bit open. Like what she said was like, ‘I don’t see it as a retirement’ and then all of a sudden, she was like, ‘yeah, you know, I didn’t retire’.
So I kind of thought, maybe I was just hoping you know, that she would come back somehow and just still try to get this one Slam or one tournament. But yeah, it’s sad obviously, you know, if the sport loses one of its greatest players to ever play the game for sure it’s sad.
But on the other hand, you know, if one great player leaves, you know, another great will rise and it makes the tour more exciting. And there is a generational change going on right now in a lot of sports. So this is something beautiful to witness and to be part of a new journey, but it was sad,” Bajin informed Essentially Sports.
Also in one of her current meetings, Williams kept in mind that it’s time for her to provide herself to a few other points in life.
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