Serena Williams Pulls Out Of U.S. Open Citing Hamstring Injury

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Serena Williams Pulls Out Of U.S. Open Citing Hamstring Injury

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U.S. tennis star Serena Williams has withdrawn from the upcoming U.S. Open grand slam tournament, noting that a hamstring injury that forced her out of Wimbledon has not fully healed, in a move that further delays her four-year quest to equal Margaret Court’s record of 24 major singles titles.

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In an Instagram post, Williams wrote she is withdrawing from the tournament to “allow my body to heal completely” from the hamstring tear.

She added that she made the decision after “careful consideration” and following the advice of her medical team.

This is a developing story.

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