Serena Williams has emergency surgery

Serena Williams has undergone emergency surgery connected to her earlier treatment for a pulmonary embolism, her spokeswoman told People magazine. “Monday Serena Williams underwent emergency treatment at [Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles] for a hematoma she suffered as a result of treatment for a more critical situation,” her spokeswoman, Nicole Chabot, told People. “Last week, Serena suffered from a pulmonary embolism which was discovered upon her return to [Los Angeles]. She had been in New York for doctor appointments for the ongoing issues with her foot,” Chabot said, according to the report. “Doctors are continuing to monitor her situation closely to avoid additional complications.” Williams, 29, has won 13 Grand Slams, including the 2010 Australian Open and Wimbledon titles. But shortly after her win at the All England Club, she cut her foot on broken glass at a restaurant and sustained an injury that has kept her sidelined ever since.

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