Serena Williams walked off the Centre Court on Tuesday night, possibly for the last time, after failing to hold back the tide of youth.
The American fought to keep her career at Wimbledon alive, but ultimately could not meet the challenge of a poised and courageous opponent in France’s Harmony Tan, who prevailed 7-5 1-6 7-6 after more than three hours.
A deciding super tiebreak saw her recover from 0-4 down to claim it 10-7, with Williams straining every sinew within her ageing frame.
Serena Williams was denied a fairytale Wimbledon return after she exited in the first round
Williams, who made her comeback at SW19 after a year’s absence, was beaten by Harmony Tan
The tournament’s lowest ranked woman at 1204 – a wildcard in name only with her seven previous singles…
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