Seles leaves door open for return
Seles drops hint on future
Former women's world number one Monica Seles has left the door open for a possible comeback.
Seles, 32, has won nine Grand Slam titles but has not played since June 2003 because of a foot injury.
"Right now I think I'm in the decision stage of which way I'm going to go," she said.
"It's not easy because if I do come back, I want to come back at a high level," added Seles who is practising five days a week at her Florida home.
Another former world number one, Martina Hingis, recently announced her comeback after a three-year absence.
Seles admits she will be keenly watching Hingis' progress after foot, heel and ankle problems kept her out of the game.
"It's going to be good to see Martina coming back," said Seles.
"I think it's great she's coming back, she's so young and she's in her prime and has a great challenge ahead of her.
"She was so good in her younger years."
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