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WATCH: Serena Williams’ Daughter Refuses To Share Strawberries

Published 10/23/2020, 12:06 AM EDT

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The relationship between a mother and her children is always special as a child spends most of its formative years with its mother. However, working mothers, specifically athletes, have to be away for a long time of the year. Therefore, they savor any moment that they can get with their children and families. Tennis star Serena Williams is currently enjoying some time away from tennis and with her family. Needless to state, she’s having some quality time with her daughter Olympia.

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Recently, Serena uploaded an Instagram video where she’s seen enjoying some precious moments with Olympia. The heartwarming video shows Olympia munching on some strawberries while Serena playfully asking her for some.

“Olympia, can I have a strawberry?,” she asked.


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Olympia was far from being amused and refused to share any of her berries. However, the rejection was adorable enough to melt anyone’s heart.


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Serena Williams fell short of her 24th Grand Slam title

The former world number 1 is seeking her 24th Grand Slam title to touch Margaret Court in terms of the most Grand Slams won. The thirty-nine-year-old from the United States started her journey at the French Open in 2002. Ever since then, she has come a long way.


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Serena won her last Grand Slam at the Australian Open back in 2017. It was special for her as she was a few weeks pregnant when she won the Slam down under. Unfortunately, Serena has failed to replicate that level of performance ever since.


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She had a perfect opportunity in 2020 to take her Grand Slam tally to 24. Resuming action after the pandemic crisis, Serena was seeded third in the US Open 2020.

She started off pretty well, winning back-to-back matches. She stormed into the semi-finals and was up against Victoria Azarenka, who upset an in-form Serena in a three-set clash.


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Following her defeat, she went for the French Open 2020. Her run was cut short as she withdrew from the tournament before her second-round match due to an injury sustained in the semi-final of the US Open 2020.

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