June 15, 2022
Serena Williams will make a dramatic return to Grand Slam tennis at Wimbledon 2022.
The American superstar has been given a wild card to take part in the singles at the All England Club.
‘SW19 it’s a date,’ she confirmed online. ‘I am excited to be back on grass – a surface that has been so good to me throughout my career.’
She then tagged in the “Rena Army,” as if imploring all her most passionate supporters to be there to cheer her one last time.
And that is indeed spectacular news for her legions of fans as they flock to London to see one of sport’s greatest sights.
Serena Williams on Centre Court at Wimbledon 2022 is a dream come true!
Most of us will remember her elegant entrance and tearful farewell at Wimbledon last year.
She came onto Centre Court in flowing white robes and looked positively regal.
And that was only fitting for a Queen of Tennis with 23 Grand Slams to her name.
Yes, Serena has even more major titles than the great Rafael Nadal!
But last year Serena soon sustained an injury after slipping against Aliaksandra Sasnovich and had to wave a sad goodbye to the tournament in considerable pain and anguish.
We wondered whether we would ever see Serena again at Wimbledon.
But now at the age of 40 she will compete one last time at the spiritual home of tennis.
And this time the stage will be redesigned to give the greatest players an even more dramatic entrance and exit.
Yes, the stars will now come on through a central opening in the grand old arena instead of using a previously-discreet walk-on from behind screens in one corner of Centre Court.
Serena Williams entering Centre Court at Wimbledon 2022 will be an iconic and historic moment!
And the timing will be just perfect in Centre Court’s Centenary Year.
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Meanwhile Serena is already planning to ensure she will be in peak condition for Wimbledon.
She has arranged to play doubles at Eastbourne with Tunisian sensation Ons Jabeur.
Then it will be all about Wimbledon 2022 for Serena.
We just can’t wait! How about you?