Serena Williams says she will return to tennis

Serena Williams teases return to competitive tennis, says Tom Brady ‘started a really cool trend’

Serena Williams said Thursday that she will return to her old ways, playing competitive tennis and winning at least one match.

Williams, 35, had been sidelined since June after she tore her ACL in her left knee. She had said she might miss the rest of the 2017 season, but on Thursday, she hinted that she might return to the court.

Williams, who has been playing competitive tennis with longtime tennis partner and friend Venus Williams, said she will compete on an international level when she makes her return to the sport.

“I will compete at the WTA level with Venus,” she said.

Williams said that she would compete on the WTA tour when she makes her return.

“I’ve spoken to (WTA CEO) Lisa Raymond. I think if I do play, I will be the number one player,” she said.

Williams hinted that she is excited about making her return to tennis.

“I’m very excited. I’m a competitive person. I need to get back on the court because I love playing,” she said. “When I’m not on the court, I miss it.”

Williams, who has a reputation for being shy, said that despite her shyness, people don’t usually notice it. She also said that she is a perfectionist.

“I like to be perfect. I like to be perfect for everything,” she said. “But not being perfect is the best thing about me.”

She said she was nervous at her first pro match.

“I was not nervous,” she said. “I was just happy to be here.”

Williams said she was happy to see Venus, the first woman tennis player she ever played with, on Thursday.

“I have so much respect for Venus,” she said. “She is a champion in her own right.”

Williams also teased her return to playing tennis.

“I want to play

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