by Angela Davis |@ladyadavis |@jerseygirlsport
Serena Williams is already planning her epic return to the court. She is hoping to return to defend her Australian Open title in January--just three months after her baby is born!
It’s the most outrageous plan,” Williams said, according to the report. “I just want to put that out there. That’s, like, three months after I give birth. I’m not walking anything back, but I’m just saying it’s pretty intense.”
Uhhh yeah. REALLY intense! But guess what? I think Serena could do it. I think her body is conditioned to bounce back really fast and have her back no the court with a vengeance.
Williams is the oldest Grand Slam women’s singles champion in the Open Era
at age 35 because of her 2016 Wimbledon crown. She realized she not young, but will stay as long as she can win.
In this game you can go dark fast,” Williams said, according to the report. “If I lose, and I lose again, it’s like, she’s done. Especially since I’m not 20 years old. I’ll tell you this much: I won’t win less. Either I win, or I don’t play.”
If she does return to the Australian Open, the entire world will be watching her.
We will be rooting for her.