Serena scheduled for pro return at Indian Wells

Serena scheduled for pro return at Indian Wells

Serena scheduled for pro return at Indian Wells

"There have been so many days, even still, that I'm like 'how am I going to keep going?'"

"Because of what I went through, it would be really hard if I didn't have the healthcare that I have - and to imagine all the other women that do go through that without the same healthcare, without the same response, it's upsetting". As long as I am moving forward even if it is at a turtle's pace.

"Yeah, awesome game." The Williams sisters were the headliners yesterday night in the Tie Break Tens tournament in Madison Square Garden, an eight-woman event in which all matches were 10-point tiebreakers, instead of the usual games and sets.

It is "heartbreaking" black women in the United States are more likely than white women to die from complications in pregnancy or childbirth, says tennis great Serena Williams.

Williams, who last appeared competitively as she won last year's Australian Open, said she "can't wait for the future" and added, "It was good".

"I'm ready, or else I wouldn't be here".

"I want people to understand there is no wrong way to be a woman".

"She took the decision to come back to tennis". The competitions she will play until then will help her and every day she progresses on her fitness.

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Williams last appeared in a Grand Slam at the 2017 Australian Open. The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion would later tell Vogue Magazine in an interview that she developed several small blood clots in her lungs after giving birth.

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"I think it's important to speak up loud and clear and say: 'No, this isn't right".

"Of course, winning the first tournament of the year was a great start for me", Svitolina said. "She has a family, she is a mother, she has different priorities now", Mouratoglou said.

Williams is expected to make her comeback to the WTA Tour this week where she will be taking on Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas in the opening round of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. The match is likely to be played on Thursday evening, Californian time. Maybe on clay [because] it's her weakest surface. She knows that coming back might take some time, but her level of expectation is high as always. If I'm not ready now, I'm just never going to be ready.

"If I want to play in those grand slams and play well then now is the ideal time to start", she said.

Another motivating factor, should Williams ever need one.

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