Venus Williams back in Florida after Wimbledon loss

Venus Williams is back home, with the tennis star arriving in Florida on Sunday and seen pushing her luggage cart through the terminal at Miami International Airport.

It was a bittersweet trip back from London for the 37-year-old athlete, who one day prior saw her hopes of a sixth Wimbledon title crushed when she lost to Garbiñe Muguruza in the woman's final.

It was Venus' ninth time reaching the championship round at the All England Lawn & Racquet Club, where she had previously only lost in the finals to her sister Serena - three times.  

Venus was joined on the trip by a young man who appeared to be a member of her practice team. 

In another photo, her assistant Zebe Haupt can be seen pushing a second luggage cart overflowing with bags. 

Heading out: Venus Williams was seen pushing her luggage through Miami International Airport on Sunday (above)

Heading out: Venus Williams was seen pushing her luggage through Miami International Airport on Sunday (above)

Back to practice: She was joined by her assistant Zebe Haupt and another member of her hitting team (Haupt and Venus above)

Back to practice: She was joined by her assistant Zebe Haupt and another member of her hitting team (Haupt and Venus above)

Runmner-up: One day prior, Venus was defeated by Garbine Muguruza in the woman's final at Wimbledon (above)

Runmner-up: One day prior, Venus was defeated by Garbine Muguruza in the woman's final at Wimbledon (above)

It was still a remarkable fortnight for Williams, who has now reached two finals in 2017, having also finish as runner-up at the Australian Open in January, where she lost to her sister Serena. 

Soon after that match, Serena revealed that she was pregnant, and had been with child when she managed to

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