Serena Williams to Return Next Week in Linz? [Video]
by Tom Gainey | October 7th, 2010, 10:56 am
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The Williams sisters may not have wrapped up their 2010 tennis season after all. Earlier in the week Venus announced that due to a left knee injury her 2010 season over. But what about Serena and her mysterious bad foot?

The Wimbledon champion has been silent on her return and the status of her foot. But a bikini-clad and slimmer Serena was recently spotted up-and-about on the Miami beaches with (ex-)boyfriend Common (see Video below):

Today, a report from AFP has emerged speculating Serena might be playing the Linz tournament which begins on Monday in Austria. According to the story and the Linz website, Serena is still entered into the tournament and organizers are expecting her arrival on Sunday!

Is this a PR stunt to sell some extra tickets or is their validity to her return. Serena has until Friday afternoon to officially withdraw from the tournament and she should have some extra motivation to play after Caroline Wozniacki took the No. 1 ranking away from her. Serena cannot be pleased about that.


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2 Comments for Serena Williams to Return Next Week in Linz? [Video]

vikki good Says:

Well Tom, we will surely find out if it’s a stunt or not. I don’t think it bothers her one bit about the number 1 ranking as appose to winning grand slams. She is quite capable of doing both. She has made it to #1 5 times. That should tell you something.


ejiogudegeneral Says:

babe is a pity you are not going to show up because of injury i wish you quick recover
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