Serena Williams’ daughter begins practicing soccer


Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian posted a photo from her daughter Olympia’s first soccer training session, comparing herself to a photo from the day Alexis began his football journey. “Today was the first day of football practice for Olympia Ohanian.

Just a few decades later for me. She was destined to own Angel City Football Club,” Alexis Ohanian captioned the photo.

Olympia Ohanian is the youngest owner of a women’s soccer club. For this reason, Olympia often attends the matches of Angel City FC, the club she owns. RELATED: Watch: Serena Williams of Olympia turns away from the stadium camera.

While appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Williams was asked about her daughter’s tennis skills. Williams suggested her daughter isn’t bad at tennis but admitted that there are four-year-olds out there who can beat her.

“Do you ask as a mother or like a sportswoman, that athlete, Mrs. Serena? I don’t know if I can be objective, because I look at her, and I say, ‘Oh, that’s…[okay]”My husband is going to be posting this great video of you showing off a backhand, and I’m like ‘That was a good shot but it’s not a consistent backhand,'” Williams said on Ellen DeGeneres, as quoted on Sportskeeda.

Serena Williams won’t force Olympia to play tennis

“If she wants to play tennis, we know? But I wouldn’t push her, which makes my dad so cool because I couldn’t do that.” [what he did for me].

Well she’s fine but I’ve seen four year olds who might take her outside. So we have to enter it [training in that case]She added, during the interview, Williams revealed that she does not have the patience required to teach tennis.

“This is a funny story,” Williams said. “I don’t have the patience to teach tennis, and I don’t like playing with people who don’t know how to play tennis well.” So I recorded it in a private class, and I was on Instagram [posting about it]. Then the lady followed me and said, ‘It could be me! ”


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