Serena Williams withdrew, US-Open

August 22, 2010 by staff 

Serena Williams withdrew, U,S. Open, Event officials fear that the worst could be changed to True. And now it’s official. Serena Williams withdrew from the upcoming U.S. Open 2010.
On Friday she told the media, it is necessary to wait before she can return to play again, as sher right foot is not fully recovered from the court and was forced to be sidelined. Williams is currently number one in the world and won the U.S. Open on three occasions.
In a memorable performance last year, when she went into a tirade with a linesman after a foot fault call on sher, she lost in the semifinals.
Williams released a statement through sher publicists, and explained that despite their frustration at not being able to play at Flushing Meadows this year, sher doctors advised him to go and celebrate with the game so the foot can be cured completely. U.S. Open tournament director Jim Curley said by e-mail to The Associated Press on Friday, stating that she regrets that Serena Williams will miss and wish you a speedy recovery.

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