NEW DELHI: World's top women's tennis players, Serena Williams of the United States, retired in the middle of the Rogers Cup title due to back pain. Serena Williams had to retire during the first set against Canada's Bianca Andreescu in the final of the Rogers Cup. He was forced to withdraw from the match due to back pain. Serena started crying in pain. After the match, Serena said, "I am sorry I couldn't do anything.
I tried a lot, but I couldn't continue to play. Serena, who was very emotional during the period, said the year was very difficult, but I will continue to try. Serena Williams, 37, had previously been out of the court due to a knee injury, after recovering from a fit for the tournament.
Serena, a six-time US Open champion, has not won a single title since her return to her mother in 2018. Serena was participating in the tournament in the wake of preparations for the US Open. When Serena withdrew from the match, Bianca was leading 3-1. Serena looked fine, but she started crying and decided to retire from the middle of the match.
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