He got some much-needed rest after arriving in NY on Sunday, taking both Monday and Tuesday off.
"Well, I'm 29. I would imagine if I'm lucky I'd be playing at this level for three, four more years, max, I would think", he told a news conference when asked about his prospects of achieving more success.
"I was able to reflect on the French Open".
When he first came back, he recalled: "you try to find movements to avoid the pain".
"He's obviously had some good wins over Juan Monaco, who he potentially plays in the second round, and Marcel Granollers is a man he knows well, who has only beaten Andy a couple of times".
"I have not played a lot, I haven't practised a lot, but I'm just now starting to feel a little better", Williams said.
7.4 magnitude natural disaster strikes Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Ascension Island
The strong quake was 10km deep, but the United States Geological Survey said there was no tsunami warning. There is no casualties, but minor damage to some building the Myanmar.
Williams is once again No. 1 on the women's side as she chases her seventh U.S. Open title. "The bar was higher maybe than anything I've ever seen as far as his consistency", McEnroe said as quoted by DailyMail.
Williams equaled Steffi Graf's 22 major singles titles at Wimbledon in July, but her injury was evident in her third-round loss at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
"I've never had this particular wrist injury before".
The right-handed Djokovic needs that wrist for his backhand.
"That (Wimbledon) was a period for me". He wouldn't elaborate other than to say that now "everything is fine".
The seemingly invincible champion has suffered a recent poor run of form, crashing out of Wimbledon after losing in four sets to American Sam Querrey in the third round - the first time he had suffered a defeat at a grand slam in 30 matches.
Dion: Canadian killed in Italy quake
On Thursday, Amatrice was hit by a 4.3-magnitude aftershock, one of more than 400 temblors that have continued to devastate the area following the quake .
According to reports, Djokovic's off-court issues involved his wife, Jelena.
That hasn't dented his confidence that he can claim a second US Open, four years after his breakthrough in NY saw him become the first British man in 76 years to win a Grand Slam title.
Shriver believes the support of a home crowd can drive Williams, who plays Ekaterina Makarova in the first round on Monday, on as she attempts to regain her crown. With her ranking slipping to 36th, she just missed a seed at Flushing Meadows. The Russian is coming off an Olympic doubles gold medal.
USA dollars for her progress, but also invaluable confidence, the victory coming on the back of winning an ITF event in Landisville earlier this month.
Second seed Angelique Kerber, the Australian Open champion, starts against Slovenia s Polona Hercog.
Rafael Nadal insists his wrist injury is slowly improving as he prepares to face Denis Istomin in the US Open first round. Both male and women professional circuit have been dominated by a single player lately. He's now ranked 228th and used a protected ranking to get into the U.S. Open.
Hate speech or free speech? One campus leader balks at being 'PC'
The University of Chicago letter is garnering praise online, but I found a dissenting and thoughtful response from a professor. It also takes pride in a history of free expression , like allowing the Communist Party candidate for president, William Z.
Novak Djokovic is not at full fitness, but that doesn't mean Murray is prepared to rest on his laurels any time soon.