William has won the most major singles championships in the professional era of tennis, which began in 1968; more than the 22 for Steffi Graf or Rafael Nadal.
American tennis legend, Serena Williams exited the National Bank Open on Wednesday night with a 6-2, 6-4 loss to Belinda Bencic.
"I'm not looking for some ceremonial, final on-court moment," Williams wrote in Vogue. "I'm terrible at goodbyes, the world's worst."
Williams, who will turn 41 at the end of September, will next face either 12th-ranked Belinda Bencic or Tereza Martincova.
Reigning Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan will also make her first appearance at a major as a Grand Slam champion.
The 23-year-old Rybakina won her first major title at Wimbledon on Saturday.
Williams was far below her imperious best on Tuesday, struggling from the start with her form and fitness.
It is no small matter that the grass-court Grand Slam tournament marks the return of Serena Williams to singles play after a year away.
Williams has won seven Wimbledon championships, part of her total of 23 Grand Slam singles titles, a record for the professional era.
The WTA event had seen tennis great Williams, 40, play her first two competitive matches since she limped out of last year's Wimbledon in tears with a hamstring problem.
Williams and Tunisia's Jabeur defeated Shuko Aoyama and Chan Hao-ching 6-2, 6-4 in the quarter-finals of the Wimbledon warm-up event at Devonshire Park.
The seven-time champion at the All England Club will also be chasing down a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title.
Around 90 minutes later, fans were on their feet again, celebrating a comeback win for the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion at the Wimbledon warmup event on England's south coast.
Williams has not competed anywhere since getting injured during the first set of her first-round match at the All England Club a year ago.
Hamilton, speaking ahead of Sunday's Imola Grand Prix, added that from the age of five or six he had been a supporter of Chelsea's bitter city rivals Arsenal.
Chelsea's sale process was announced last month by Russian owner Roman Abramovich following the invasion of Ukraine.
The former world No 1 is through to the third round at the Miami Open, easily handling 13th-seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany 6-2, 6-3 on Thursday.
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Williams hasn't played since retiring from her first-round match at Wimbledon with a right hamstring injury and her ranking has slipped to No.41.
Halep captured her second career major with a 6-2, 6-2 victory, adding a maiden Wimbledon to her 2018 Roland Garros triumph.