Serena Williams — Is She Down and Out?
Serena overcome all the distractions of being a iconic sports heor and has continued winning Grand
Slam titles and to establish herself as one of the greatest players in the history of her sport. But returning to the Grand Slam may be her greatest slice -- more about Serena's future after the jump.
Tennis courts have been void of S. William's strokes since July of 2010 as she took time off to cover from two foot operations and spending months with limited mobility. Now she is facing her 30th birthday in September she will have to and manage the risks of the pulmonary embolism — a blood clot in the lungs. She was hospitalized last month for this very serious condition.
Her latest health problems have been "extremely hard, scary and disappointing," Williams said in a statement. "I am doing better. I'm at home now and working with my doctors to keep everything under control. I know I will be OK, but am praying and hoping this will all be behind me soon.