“She’s got her visa, she’s entered, she’s practicing,” Tiley was quoted as saying. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
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Serena Williams will be ready to make her tennis comeback at the Australian Open with her return to Melbourne for the season's opening Grand Slam "very likely," tournament organizers said Wednesday. Williams, 36, won this year's Australian Open while pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl in September. She has not played a competition since, raising questions over whether the 23-time Grand Slam winner would attempt to defend her title next month.Tiley described the Australian Open, which will be held Jan. 15-28, as a "family-friendly event".
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