Serena Williams wants another baby

Serena Williams wants another baby

Earlier in the day, Williams took to Instagram to discuss her return to the tennis court.

"It's official. My comeback is here".

Williams, 36, gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia on September 1, but says post-childbirth health complications that included blood clots in her lungs were nearly fatal. This whole month I am playing tournaments in California and Florida- both my home states.

Diyas and Williams had played each other twice before going into Thursday's match.

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"It was incredible", Williams said on court after the match.

First, though, she stepped out with the Williams, Svitolina, Coco Vandeweghe, Daniela Hantuchov√°, Sorana Cirstea, and Shuai Zhang in NY as a taster-and as the luck of the draw would have it, faced Serena Williams in the first match. She wrote, " I want this gold "S" to mean something special to you personally.

"There have been so many days, even still, when I'm like, 'How am I going to keep going?' It's been really, really hard", she told the BBC.

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Along with wearing the pin, she encouraged her fans to share the words that begin with "S" that means the most to them. "Mine [are] Strong and Sure!" Sooooo if you are watching me stop by the Serena booth to grab an "S" pin.

Williams, the perennial perfectionist, will no doubt be expecting to "move forward" into round two at Indian Wells despite her lack of competitive matches. Sooooo if you are watching me stop by the Serena booth to grab a "S" pin.

Williams did not fluff too many lines on her latest opening night.

"I was in a really fortunate situation where I know my body well, and I am who I am, and I told the doctor: 'I don't feel right, something's wrong.' She immediately listened. I'm just out here on this journey doing the best I can".

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In an open letter, Williams describes how Olympia was an emergency C-section and Williams' heart rate dropped considerably during the process.

"And it just kind of happens".

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