Tennis Star Serena Williams Gives Birth To A Baby Girl!

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The Tennis legend, Serena Williams, gave birth to a baby girl. This led to the emission of congratulations and delight among her fans, fellow players, and other celebrities. Serena Williams will turn 36 later this month. She was taken to the St Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida before her delivery.

Serena Williams Will Return To Action In January Next Year!
Serena Williams Will Return To Action In January Next Year!

However, Williams’ representatives did not immediately confirm the birth of her child. Venus Williams, her elder sister, described herself as “Super Excited” when she heard the news. Venus Williams now reached the third round at the US Open. She, however, did not take the questions regarding this in the post-match conference. She told the reporters:

“I’m definitely available to answer questions about tennis. That’s all right now.” 

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The US weekly magazine confirmed the birth according to the sources close to Serena. As a result, she received many congratulations over Twitter, Instagram, and other social platforms. Chris Evert, The Tennis Legend, said:

“I’m so thrilled for her. And what a role model she’s going to be for her daughter.”

Rafael Nadal Tweeted:

Her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou added:

Serena Williams confirmed that she will return to the action in January. She will defend her Australian Open title which she won earlier this year.

Serena Williams said:

“It’s the most outrageous plan. I just want to put that out there. That’s, like, three months after I give birth. I’m not walking anything back, but I’m just saying it’s pretty intense.”

We wish Serena the heartiest congratulations. Also, we wish her speedy recovery so that we can see her in action as soon as possible.

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