Kim Clijsters: Former world No 1 to return to tennis in 2020 in the wake of leaving retirement

Kim Clijsters: Former world No 1 to return to tennis in 2020 in the wake of leaving retirement
Kim Clijsters has declared that she will return aggressive tennis in 2020 in the wake of leaving retirement.
Multiple times a Grand Slam singles champion, the Belgian resigned in 2012 and has gone through the most recent seven years as a full-time mother to her three kids.
In any case, in an announcement discharged on Twitter, Clijsters affirmed that she would endeavor to adjust the two and return to tennis one year from now.

"For as long as seven years, I've been a full-time mum. Also, I adore it. I really, really do.

"However, I additionally cherished being an expert tennis player. And truly, I miss that feeling.

"Things being what they are, imagine a scenario where I attempted to do both – would I be able to be an adoring mum to my three children and the best tennis player I can be.

"How about we do this. How about we return once again.

"See you in 2020."

Clijsters won three US Open singles titles and an Australian Open during her underlying 15-year profession, just as Grand Slam copies titles on grass and mud with Ai Sugiyama in 2003.

She didn't lose a match at the US Open between 2003, when she was beaten in the last, and 2012, winning all three tournaments in which she contended.

"Kim Clijsters positions among the greats of the game and her return to the Tour is energizing news for the WTA family and tennis fans far and wide," said Steve Simon, Women's Tennis Association Chairman, and CEO.

"Driven by her affection for the game, this brilliant hero keeps on motivating ladies and men in varying backgrounds – and she just adds to the convincing abundance of ability in ladies' tennis. I want Kim to enjoy all that life has to offer in this next section of her playing vocation."

As a former world number one, Clijsters is qualified for boundless special cases at WTA tournaments. She will need to play three tournaments or gain 10 positioning focuses to restore a positioning.

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