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Tennis-Venus can't resist because there are too many lure glass courts in Wimbledon

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London — The well-maintained lawn spectacle of the All England Club proved attractive to Venus Williams. This is because several Grand Slam champions have won unexpected wins after almost a year's court off to play at Wimbledon on Friday. Inspired by the appearance of his sister Serena at the beginning of the week

, a 42-year-old American returned to court with Jamie Murray in mixed doubles, thanks to a wildcard entry, and soon. I booked a spot. Second round.

"I didn't plan to play. I was excited to see the grass," said Williams, who and her British partners told Alicia Rosolska and Michael Venus 6-3 6-7. (7) After winning 6-3.

"I was at the French Open. It's a beautiful event, but my heart didn't beat as well. I couldn't play, but ... I have no plans. That's why I was asking (Murray) at the very end. "

Murray won the mixed doubles event at Wimbledon twice, which Williams was her. It's a title I've never claimed in a well-known career.

Williams has won seven Grand Slam titles, plus all four Grand Slam doubles titles, including six at Wimbledon, and mixed doubles at the Australian and French Open. ..

"This is one of the only things I couldn't win, so I usually give it a little more priority here," she said.

"It was definitely the last minute. I was just inspired by Serena. As I said, it was great. I was very happy to have had a lot of help today.

Williams has played for the first time since losing to Hsieh Su-wei in the first round of the Chicago Women's Open last August and recently posted a training video online.

But she remained shy about her plans beyond Wimbledon.

"I don't know where I'll pop up," she said. (Report by Michael Church in Hong Kong, edited by Kenneth Maxwell)