Serena Williams to Retire After US Open

Serena Williams will be playing her last tournament in her home tournament, the US Open. The tennis star has announced through an article written in Vogue magazine, that she is evolving away from tennis to focus on her family and businesses. Williams wants to grow her family, something she cannot do while playing.

Williams has been a staple in many a pay per head bookie sportsbook since the 90’s. She won her first Grand Slam at the US Open back in 1999 at 17 years old. Since then, she has built a career as one of the best in the sport. Aside from her endorsements with the top brands in athletic products, Williams’ popularity is also built on her achievements in the court.

Serena Williams Retires

Serena Williams to Retire After US OpenIf you check the gambling events calendar, you will see what gaming events as sports events will be available for tennis. Williams, after the Canada Open, will be Playing at the US Open in New York. Will she be able to win another Grand Slam title before she retires? If she does, it will be a good end for her career as one of the best tennis stars, and one of the best athletes today.

Serena Williams has 23 Grand Slam Titles over the span of her career. Since her announcement of her retirement, many are claiming that she is the GOAT of tennis, even though she is just at the 2nd place of the highest number of Grand Slam titles in history. With her impending retirement, many bettors will be rushing to place their last wagers on Williams in the US Open. If you want to earn more money from tennis betting, consider learning how to open a sportsbook.


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By Dominic