Serena Williams Plans To Retire After The Open, Goodell Wants Watson Suspended For Season, Browns To Start Watson In Preseason Opener


Serena Williams, the GOAT of women’s tennis, said she’ll be retiring after the US Open. It seems fitting that she’ll finish her amazing career in the place where it all started. Williams won her first of 23 Grand Slam singles titles at the US Open in 1999 when she was 17 years old. She now says she’d like to focus on being a mother and growing her business, Serena Ventures, which she started in 2014. The venture capital firm focuses on founders from underrepresented groups. A few of the startups receiving checks from Serena Ventures include MasterClass, Noom, Tonal and Impossible Foods. Fans are furiously grabbing tickets to the Open to see Serena play, and the first two days of the tournament are already sold out. In anticipation of Serena playing in the Finals on September 10th, StubHub is selling tickets for over $12,000 apiece.


The NFL is appealing Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson’s six-game suspension. Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters he thinks Watson should be suspended for the entire 2022 season instead of only 6 games. The Browns don’t seem to be too concerned by the drama, as they are planning on starting Watson in their pre-season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars.



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