Serena Williams considered one of the best women players of Tennis makes her return with a win. It is like she had never been absent from the game because she has still got it. It has been more than a year since she last played a competitive match and now just after making a return she is back to winning ways as if had never been out.
Some had even anticipated that Serena Williams, who is the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion would never play again. But the 40-year-old Serena did not seem to be stopping at all as she took the Centre stage once again after a one-year-long wait.
Serena with her return seemed to opt to keep a low profile, as even after just making her return to the game announcement she remained off-site even at the start of the tournament, she even rejected to conduct a single press conference.
Vintage Serena Williams
This time the American with Ons Jabeur of Tunisia teamed up to a victory in the Eastbourne doubles as it was the opening match of the American and Tunisian and they did not disappoint their fans in an interesting match. As the match did not seem to go in the pair’s way but they recovered by making a comeback in the game as earlier they were a set and a breakdown and ended up defeating Marie Bouzkova and Sara Sorribes Tormo 2-6, 6-3, 13-11.
For Tunisia’s Ons Jabeaur it was a huge moment as she said that she was feeling nervous, about playing along with such a legend of the game, she said Serena encouraged her even when she was making mistakes she made her feel good.
Serena Williams has now her eyes set on the Wimbledon next week, and she has a tremendous record at Wimbledon as she has grabbed her hands on the major titles about seven times.
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