The Australian Open 2021 will begin tomorrow, and fans are quite excited about it. Many players including the tennis queen Serena Williams will play and look forward to winning the Grand Slam. Although she is training hard for it, Williams did quite a great adventure with her family before the upcoming Major.
Serena Williams and her daughter Olympia share a great bond. Even though Williams revealed that it was quite tough to spend the quarantine with a three-year-old, she claimed to have had a lot of fun. Recently, she, along with her husband Alexis, took Olympia on her first-ever rollercoaster ride.
Olympia was sitting with Serena on the ride while Alexis was beside them. He even posted a picture on Instagram and disclosed that it was a fun ride.
“Olympia got her first rollercoaster that wasn’t riding-a-pillow-on-our-lap-while-she-watches-a-YouTube-rollercoaster-POV-video. She loved it, honest!” wrote Alexis in the caption.
Although Olympia looks quite scared in the photo, Alexis believes that she really enjoyed the ride. The couple too had fun, and it was surely a much-needed light moment for Serena before the upcoming challenge in Melbourne.
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Will Serena Williams be able to win her first Grand Slam title after the birth of her daughter Olympia?
Serena Williams last won a Grand Slam title at the Australian Open 2017. She was two months pregnant at that time; however, the former World No.1 delivered some exceptional performances there to win her 23rd Grand Slam title.
Following the birth of Olympia and Serena’s return to action, she hasn’t won a single Grand Slam. Even though she played four Grand Slam finals after that, she failed to capitalize on the moments every time.
Serena is 39 now and this might be one of her last few chances to get that coveted 24th Major title. She’ll target the Australian Open 2021 and will want to win a Major not just to equal Margaret Court’s record but win one in the presence of her daughter.
Williams will begin her Australian Open 2021 campaign against Laura Siegemund tomorrow. Although she hasn’t been in great form lately, fans still have very high expectations from her. Will Serena finally get her hands on the 24th Grand Slam title and equal Margaret Court’s record in Melbourne this year?
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