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Serena Williams' Slow Path Toward Retirement Starting With WTA Finals Withdrawal

Serena Williams insists she has no immediate plans to retire. Yet she appears to have begun a gradual walk toward the final phase of her tennis career while amping up the next chapter in her life. Earlier this week, Williams announced she was withdrawing from the WTA Tour's finals in Singapore. This marks the second year in a row that she closed out her season at the U.S.
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