Serena Williams 'definitely' wants to have more kids with husband Alexis Ohanian


Serena Williams has admitted she "definitely" wants another baby.

The new mother, who gave birth in September, will try to become the first woman to win three singles titles in the desert.

The tennis pro is opening up about her family life. "It's been over a year and a kid later and I get to go home to her now, and I'm excited about that".

Williams has been out of singles competition for more than a year, since she won the Australian Open in 2017.

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 is a very special and what she has done for women's tennis is huge". Since giving birth, she's been vocal about the childbirth complications she experienced, which resulted in surgery and weeks of painful recovery time that could have been avoided.

Also playing were elder sister Venus Williams, who has wrestled with the debilitating Sjogren's syndrome since 2011 but has remained within the elite ranks of tennis, and a year ago reached two Major finals plus the semis of another. If Venus had any idea she and Serena could meet so early in the Indian Wells draw, she wasn't letting on. Williams won, 10 points to five, though that was hardly relevant in the wider context. "I just want to do the best that I can". It's been fun [getting back to work], I've been having so much fun being a mom, and having time off is good too... Then, it just happened, and I was like, 'I don't know.' I just dove right in.

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For the Williams, of course, this was just an hors d'oeuvre to the challenges of the coming days.

News of Serena's possible visit to Kenya has elicited excitement and Tennis Kenya secretary Wanjiru Mbugua said it could not have come at a better time.

She is now healthy again, but skipped this year's Australian Open because she did not consider herself ready for the tournament.

In conjunction with her sister Venus, Serena has also developed an organisation to help the victims of what she describes as "senseless violence".

"Obviously it is tough to get back even for a champion like her", Pliskova said Wednesday.

Both sisters are competing in the WTA Indian Wells tournament and they landed in the same portion of the draw meaning they could face each other in the third round.