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Serena Williams recently ended her tennis career. The 40-year-old reached the third round of the US Open after winning her first two matches. However, her journey ended in the third round. What followed next was an emotional farewell to the most successful tennis star in America. Although it was the last time we might have seen Serena on the court, the 40-year-old might surprise us in the future.

The former world number 1 recently appeared on a late-night talk show called ‘The Tonight Show.’ She made a comment about her future plans that got everyone excited. Here’s what she said.


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Is Serena Williams planning a comeback?

In Conversation with Jimmy Fallon, the 40-year-old gave the reference to American Football quarterback Tom Brady. Further, referring to what he did as an ‘Amazing Trend.’

“Tom Brady started an amazing trend. That’s what I want to say,” she said. Notably, the American football player returned to action only 40 days after declaring his retirement. This was a first-of-its-kind decision where a player returned that early.

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Now that Serena has given his reference, it might be a possibility that the 40-year-old tennis star might pull off something similar.

Serena dazzles in the New York Fashion Week show

Serena Williams has never restricted herself to tennis in her playing days. The 23-time Grand Slam champion also donned an investor’s hat and is doing well on the business front. Apart from that, she also has a great interest in the fashion industry. The glamorous tennis star always slays with her brilliant looks and uniquely designed outfits.


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Be it a tennis match or red carpet, Serena always catches all the attention with her brilliant dressing sense. Recently, the 40-year-old opened the Vogue World runway in a shiny silver custom Balenciaga gown with a matching cape.

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She was not alone in the walk, as four ball girls joined her with a racket in hand. It truly gave a feeling that the queen of tennis is arriving. In the background, Serena’s infamous interview from the year 2000 was played. The highlighted words are “I want people to remember me as a girl who changes tennis. “ Even after retirement, the aura that Serena carries is truly unmatchable.