- Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later.
Serena Williams has appeared to confirm her intention to take part in this month's Wimbledon after a year out injured.
The 40-year-old has not played competitively since losing to Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the first round of last year's tournament at SW19 and is now ranked at 1,208 in the world.
Twenty-three time major winner Williams' future was called into question in April when long-time coach Patrick Mouratoglou announced he was working with Simona Halep.
However, she hinted around the same time that returning to action at Wimbledon was a possibility, and that news was all but confirmed on social media on Tuesday.
Williams posted an image of her trainers on grass and captioned it: "SW and SW19. It's a date. 2022, see you there."
She also tagged Eastbourne, where a WTA event takes place in the week before Wimbledon, which begins on June 27.
Williams has won seven Wimbledon titles, the most recent of those in 2016, having since lost in the 2018 and 2019 finals.
The American is one major title shy of matching Margaret Court's long-standing record of 24, which has been the case since her most recent triumph at the 2017 Australian Open.
She missed last year's US Open on home soil, as well as this year's Australian Open and French Open.