Tennis star Venus says hopes to one day experience motherhood


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.

Williams was acutely aware of the danger she was in after giving birth, as she had previously suffered a pulmonary embolism in 2011. Williams won the title at the court in 1999 and 2001, before boycotting the event due to racial harassment.

Her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, told that she aimed to win the other three Majors again: The French and US Opens, and Wimbledon. "It would be so fun - the help that we could do, and the awareness and the athletes and the fantastic players that would come out of Africa would just be unbelievable", she said.

"I think she's only going to come out when she's at 100 per cent".

Williams has been away since winning the 2017 Australian Open early in her pregnancy. She ends her post with "Thanks for the support I look forward to seeing you out there!"

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But Diyas answered back, and after four total break attempts, she scored a break on Williams, who hit multiple backhand errors in the game.

She was in great company in NY when it comes to tough women who have overcome challenges in their tennis careers.

Serena Williams' lovely Vogue cover story inspired lots of oohs and aaahs, but the story that accompanied the cover caused quite a stir online. She has been in training for six months, and hopes to rejoin her colleagues in Miami in a fortnight's time.

A couple of forehand winners and a service victor saw Williams take an 8-4 lead, and she finally finished it off with another winning serve. Williams won, 10 points to five, though that was hardly relevant in the wider context. "So, I'm going to wait and see what happens". "I'm just excited to be back and playing here, in Madison Square Garden". My comeback could not have come on a better day'.

Unseeded because of her long absence from the game, Williams did not get a first-round bye and must hold her nerve in the spotlight against an opponent ranked 53 in the world but who is sure to make the most of her opportunity. Williams has beaten Diyas both times they've met, including at Indian Wells in 2015.