Tennis star Venus says hopes to one day experience motherhood

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Tennis star Venus says hopes to one day experience motherhood

The birth of Williams' daughter, Alexis Olympia, was followed by complications that scuppered the player's plans to defend her title in Melbourne.

Thursday also happens to be International Women's Day, and Williams, in her announcement, was very excited about that. "So I created my Serena Gold toned "S" pin".

While speaking with Entertainment Tonight at the 14th Annual Desert Smash Celebrity Tennis Event in La Quinta, Calif. on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Serena Williams revealed that she wants to expand her family. "My comeback could not have come on a better day and I decided I wanted to do something different let you all be apart of my long journey back (if you want of course!)".

And on Wednesday, Williams took to social media to show off her baby girl Alexis Olympia as she rocked a tennis racket and "S" pin in support of her mom's return to the sport.

The tennis star posted the video of her daughter on Snapchat and also went live on Instagram to flaunt her baby's swag.

Per Wilansky, Williams said: "I had a great time". "Mine [are] Strong and Sure!" She wrote, " I want this gold "S" to mean something special to you personally.

The court isn't the only place Williams is making a change.

Unlike mothers who feel they have no choice but to return to earning a wage, however, she is worth more than £100m thanks to years of success and sponsorship deals covering cars, planes, beds, bras and everything in between.

But that was before she started collecting Grand Slam titles like others collect antique furniture or vinyl records. Because she had had blood clots before, the athlete knew what symptoms to look out for and alerted her doctor as to what was going on. It's true, the G.O.A.T.is returning to tennis on Thursday for the Indian Wells Masters tournament in Serena's home state of California.

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