"I don't want it to be over, but at the same time I'm ready for what's next," the 23-time Grand Slam champion said.
Barty shocked the sporting world earlier this year when she quit tennis at the age of 25.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, along with Andy Murray, will all play for Team Europe in the September event against Team World.
French Open semi-finalist Daria Kasatkina's comments come as the Russian parliament discusses tightening already stringent restrictions on public discussions of LGBTTQIA+ relationships.
Sharapova announced her retirement from tennis in February 2020.
"For me to get back to Auckland where I grew up to play is great," Cameron Norrie said.
Djokovic won the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles in 2021 but was unable to defend his Melbourne Park crown due to his refusal to get vaccinated.
The fiasco threatens to cost the Aussie an all-important seeding for the year's final grand slam, the US Open.
The future monarch wore a suit for the occasion and he was seen making animated facial expressions throughout the match.
Kyrgios has produced what would surely be one of the most amusing exchanges ever at a Wimbledon final.
The Serbian won his seventh Wimbledon title despite losing the first set to Nick Kyrgios.
Ons Jabeur versus Elena Rybakina has come a little from left field, but one of them will now deservedly annex the title vacated by the retired Ash Barty.
The Spaniard Nadal was due to play the Australian but has pulled out because of a torn abdominal muscle.
Erin Routliffe and her Polish partner have made it to the final eight of the women's doubles.
Rafael Nadal will try to play at Wimbledon after going "a week without limping" thanks to new treatment on his painful left foot.
New Zealand's pinnacle tennis tournament will return with a new tournament director and different challenges in the mix.
The young woman, of French nationality, wore T-shirt with the message “We have 1028 days left”.
Dame Ruia the first Māori player to compete at Wimbledon.
The four-time Grand Slam champion and former world No 1 was unseeded in Paris, double-faulted twice to end games and called the outcome “disappointing.”
Among the prominent men’s players affected by the ban are reigning US Open champion Daniil Medvedev.