Venus Williams although a formidable opponent for every professional competing in the WTA, still hasn’t lost her touch when it comes to providing breathtaking performances.
The 42-year-old who is a seven-time Grand Slam champion is the elder sister to yet another famous and acclaimed tennis professional of all time, Serena Williams.
Competing in the tennis circuit for more than two decades now, Venus over time constantly engaged herself in numerous activities, one where she frequently posts videos on her YouTube channel and discusses various questions posed to her by tennis enthusiasts.
In a YouTube video posted by the American star, she talks about how she never wants to evolve from her professional career into becoming a full-time coach.
Responding to a highly requested Q&A, Venus responded to the question “Will you ever become a tennis coach?” by one of her potential fans bluntly replied by saying “No, you know why? Because they don’t listen and you tell them to win the point and lose the point. Can’t put up with that.”
Before moving on to the next series of questions, Williams pointed out her love for being around kids and said that after she retires from her professional touring in the sport, she would love to take a break and accompany the little kids on the court.
Has Venus Williams retired from tennis for good?
After sustaining a hamstring injury at the ASB Classic in Auckland which resulted in her withdrawing from the Australian Open 2023 at the onset of this season, Venus Williams’ professional seems to be numbered and such speculations have been confirmed by her father Richard Williams.
The childhood and former coach to Venus Williams, Richard, in an interview with the Sun, talked about her elder daughter Venus’s potential retirement on the cards later this season.
“I think she could be quitting [tennis] very soon,” added Richard Williams in his belief that the 42-year-old’s professional tennis ending is in the offing.
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Regardless of the topic of her opting to retire from professional tennis this season being debatable, the outcome for the same would not taint the American’s legacy and with her business ventures thriving, her capacity to mint colossal amounts of money would not fade.