Fans flock to the Western & Southern Open to get a glimpse of the players

Tennis fans from around the world will be keeping an eye on Serena Williams on Tuesday night. Williams was scheduled to be on center court around 7:00 p.m. at the Western and Southern Open in Mason. The tennis star took on England’s Emma Raducanu in the women’s singles tournament. Williams was eliminated in the first round 6-4, 6-0. Their farewell tour will continue with the next US Open. With 23 Grand Slam singles titles under her belt, Williams recently announced that she is “evolving away from tennis.” “We are in a unique time where the greatest player in the history of our sport is announcing her retirement next week in the US So I think the opportunity to see her play one last time, as well as Rafael Nadal, the greatest player in the history of men’s football coming here for the first time in five years is really a special time for us,” said tournament director Eric Butorac. Another fan favorite, Naomi Osaka, also made an appearance on Tuesday. She greeted fans with autographs and Selfies.”I was really touched this morning when Naomi played and she didn’t take every shot but you just keep going, you keep trying. I love that. Keep going,” said Amelie’s Carmilla Butcher.

Tennis fans from around the world will be keeping an eye on Serena Williams on Tuesday night.

Williams was scheduled to be on center court around 7 p.m. at the Western and Southern Open in Mason.

The tennis star competed against Englishwoman Emma Raducanu in the women’s singles tournament.

Williams was eliminated in the first round 6-4, 6-0.

Their farewell tour will continue with the next US Open.

With 23 Grand Slam singles titles under her belt, Williams recently announced that she is “evolving away from tennis.”

“We are at a unique time as the greatest player in the history of our sport announces her retirement at the US Open next week. So I think the opportunity to see them play one last time, as well as Rafael Nadal, the greatest player in the history of the men’s team, coming here for the first time in five years is really a special time for us,” said tournament director Eric Butorac.

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Another fan favorite, Naomi Osaka, also made an appearance on Tuesday.

She greeted fans with autographs and selfies.

“I was really touched this morning when Naomi played and she didn’t take every shot but you just keep going, you keep trying. Love this. Keep going,” said Amelia’s Carmilla Butcher.

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