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Serena Williams Withdraws From Australian Open After Losing First Competitive Match Since Giving Birth

Just twelve days before the beginning of the Australian Open, tennis champ Serena Williams announced that she has decided not to compete in the competition. After losing the French Open, Williams soon realized that she was not where she wanted to be in order to compete to the best of her ability. “After performing in my first match after giving birth I realized that although I am super close I’m not where I personally want to be.
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