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Serena & Venus Williams to Younger Players: Do the work for tennis and then… See more Details



The Williams sisters, Serena and Venus, showed up on Naomi Campbell’s online show on Monday and talked about a wide scope of themes – from tennis to their style abilities. Campbell, a universal supermodel, dissident, and altruist, is as of now in the third and last seven day stretch of her online show – “No Filter with Naomi” When asked what prompt Venus would provide for hopeful tennis players, the seven-time Grand Slam singles champion Venus remarked, “Accomplish the work for tennis, and afterward let it work for you.

It’s good to beat all to get to the expert level, it is difficult to do or simple to keep up, and it’s certainly feasible. I would state get all that you can out of sports. Work as hard as could be expected under the circumstances, encircle yourself with individuals who are sure, keen, astute, develop you, have your eventual benefits on the most fundamental level, and need to enable you to get where you have to get to.

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In this way, when you do those things, regardless of whether you go proficient or not, the game will accomplish the work for you. You’ll adapt to such an extent.” Serena totally concurred with her sister on the guidance for the adolescents. “Mic drop, I was unable to put it any better.

What you do and what you learn, it brings the discipline and the drive to do whatever you want to do. Whether you continue in sport or not, you have the elements to keep going in the world.” Venus also spoke about missing playing tennis on the tour currently.

“It’s fun to play Wimbledon and the US Open and the French Open. And we missed our tournaments in our home states of California [Indian Wells] and Florida [Miami]. Growing up, we were the youngest on the totem pole, so we just did everything that our sisters did.

Thankfully we had good role models.” The two also discussed a wide range of other topics including their fashion careers.

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Serena Williams insists she won’t be a ‘pushy mum’ ahead of daughter’s first tennis lesson



Serena Williams insisted she wasn’t going to be an overprotective tennis mum after dropping her three-year-old daughter off Olympia off for her first lesson.

And she revealed little Olympia’s new instructor had no idea she’d be teaching the offspring of a 23-time Grand Slam singles winner, arguably the greatest women’s player of all time.

Serena shared the milestone moment with fans in a series of Instagram stories.

Sporting a yellow Nike cap, she said: ‘Guys, I signed Olympia up for tennis lessons.

‘Don’t even start with me because I’m not giving her tennis lessons, I signed her up for some. But the lady has no idea that it’s my daughter so we’ll see how that goes.

I’m not a pushy mom but I know how I like technique so I’ll make sure she’s good at teaching Olympia some techniques.’

Olympia showed off her new tennis outfit (Picture:@serenawilliams/Instagram)

The four-time Olympic gold medallist made sure her girl had all the best kit ahead of her first foray onto the court, including a tiny Wilson racket to match her mum’s.

Serena, known for her daring, stellar style, chose an adorable matching ensemble for Olympia’s debut.

The outfit seemed to have Olympia’s seal of approval too. A snap posted by her proud mum shows her dancing on the table, tongue-out, in the long-sleeved shirt and skirt in an abstract black-and-white pattern.

Olympia seemed less keen on her mum’s choice of pre-lesson entertainment, as Serena insisted on running over some pro match film before the lesson.

‘See the open stance there?’ Serena explained to the tot. ‘And look at the speed!’

But it seems Olympia finally got her way and convinced her mum to switch to some cartoons.

‘This is the film she wanted to watch,’ explained Serena. ‘That baby not playing tennis Olympia.’

Hard as it might have been for the fiercely competitive athlete, Serena stuck to her word and didn’t linger after leaving Olympia at her lesson.

Wearing a bright pink tank and a grey mask, she said: ‘So she’s at her tennis lesson but I’m going to leave so I’m not distracting. I know how to leave and be.

‘I’m not like an overprotective mum, no matter what [husband] Alexis [Ohanian] says.’

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