Australian Open - Women's Entry List: Serena Williams bids to equal Court

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The US Champion is said to be planning to use the Australian Open as her return to the court to keep her fit for the coming matches.

"She's got her visa, she's entered, she's practicing", he told the Herald Sun.

Former world no 1 Serena Williams will be ready to make her tennis comeback at the Australian Open for the season's opening Grand Slam, organisers of the competition said on Wednesday.

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Williams won the Australian Open in January 2017 before revealing she had been pregnant at the time.

In her absence Serena has dropped to No. 22 in the WTA Rankings but she will likely be considered the favourite to triumph should she indeed return at the 2018 Australian Open. Her daughter, Alexis, was born September 1.

He added, "There's no question that she will be ready in our view and she wants to break Margaret Court's record". 'It would be a pretty significant accomplishment for her to be able to do that'.

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She has not played a competition since, raising questions over whether the 23-time Grand Slam victor would attempt to defend her title.

United will play the Cairns Taipans at the venue, which is usually locked out by the Australian Open for the last two weeks of January. I will be joining her soon in Florida.

Williams has indicated on social media that she has already returned to training.

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Tiley also spoke about how the event is a "family-friendly" one and referring to Williams and her baby, he cited the example of how Roger Federer travels with four children.

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