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Serena Williams' daughter, Olympia, shines in the spotlight at the US Open

Serena Williams’ daughter, Olympia, shines in the spotlight at the US Open


Serena Williams brought strength to the US Open on Monday night, but the oomph quotient was boosted by someone else.

Her daughter, Olympia Ohanian — that’s Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. — provided her own entertainment the moment she set foot in Arthur Ashe Stadium, rousing celebrity-filled crowds with embroidered braids that was a poignant response to her mother’s first six US Opens. in 1999.

Dressing in glittery clothes to mimic her mother’s outfit, she posed for photos and chatted with her dad while Williams took care of the action by sending Danka Kovnik in the first round and winning straight sets.

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“Either she’s wearing beads or I am,” Williams told reporters afterwards. “I wanted to do it, but I didn’t have the time… I was so happy when she was wearing it. It’s perfect for her.”

Olympia, who turns five on Thursday, is a miracle in her own right. Includes Olympia’s biography, in no particular order cover making From the September issue of Vogue (the folded part; mom got the cover treatment), having an Instagram account with over 600,000 followers and gorgeous photos of her quirky style; and become Youngest co-owner In professional sports when she was part of a group that acquired the Angel City soccer franchise in Los Angeles at the age of three.

In between taking pictures of my mom, Olympia played with her aunt Esha Price’s hair and sat clapping for the move on Dad’s lap. After that, there was ice cream in the player’s lounge.

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in Vogue interviewWilliams has made it clear that she is weeks away from developing into a life off the court, one that will include business ventures and possibly the expansion of her family.

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“Believe me, I’ve never wanted to choose between tennis and family. I don’t think it’s fair. If I were young, I wouldn’t write this because I would be out there playing and winning while my wife was doing the physical work of expanding our family,” Williams told Rob Haskell. If I had this opportunity. Don’t get me wrong: I love being a woman, and I love every second of my Olympia pregnancy.

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“I was one of those pesky women who adored pregnancy and was on the job until the day I had to report to the hospital — despite… Things are getting very complicated On the other side [when she nearly died]. I almost did the impossible: a lot of people don’t realize I was two months pregnant when I won the Australian Open in 2017. But I’m 41 this month [Sept. 26]Something has to be offered.”

But not yet. A second-round singles match looms on Wednesday against second seed Annette Kontaveit, as the duo plays with her sister Venus, and the excitement is likely to grow.

“The fans were crazy,” Williams said during the post-match party, and her husband and daughter were standing nearby. “They really helped pull me in. I was really surprised, like, ‘Yeah, I got this.'”