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Watch Serena Williams and Her 2-Year-Old Daughter’s Adorable Beauty and the Beast Performance

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Serena Williams and daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. had a Disney sing-a-long on Thursday morning. The mother-daughter duo dressed up as Belle from Beauty and the Beast for an adorable at-home performance, during which they sang along to Belle’s song, of course!

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“Every day, like the one before,” Serena can be heard singing to her daughter as they danced around the room in matching dresses.

“Little town/Full of little people/Waking up to say/Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour!” the lyrics continue.

Serena captioned the post, “Keeping busy.”

After watching the video, Serena’s sister, fellow tennis star Venus Williams joked in a comment, “I love her so much!!!…but why is the mom also in a princess dress???”

Serena has been showing her love for Disney in recent months. Back in April, the 38-year-old athlete took to social media to share a video of herself dressed up in a Snow White costume, and had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction!

In the video, Serena took viewers inside of her kitchen, where she talked about putting her prepared food in the microwave.

“Hello, I’m back,” Serena told viewers . “I’m gonna stick this in the microwave for two minutes.”

She then turned her back to the camera, revealing, “Speaking of backs, my dress doesn’t fit…it in the back.”

Serena captioned the hilarious moment, “Snow back.”

Serena has also been sharing more heartwarming moments with her daughter while at home in recent months, including their sweet morning routine.

The Grand Slam winner, who welcomed her first child with husband Alexis Ohanian in 2017, has previously opened up about her daughter’s love for fashion.

“I can’t force her out of a princess dress,” Williams told E! News’ Zanna Roberts Rassi in February ahead of her S by Serena show during New York Fashion Week. “She gets so upset. She loves fashion, she loves wearing dresses and that’s what she wants to do.”

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Novak Djokovic says he regrets his failure to win at the US Open or Roland Garros

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“The US Open disqualification notwithstanding, I have only lost one match all season and I’ve played some of the best tennis of my life”

Novak Djokovic says he regrets the failure to win either the US or French Opens, despite playing some of the best tennis of his life in 2020.

Having won an eighth Australian Open in January, Djokovic was disqualified at the US Open after inadvertently hitting a line judge in the neck with a petulant swipe of the ball during his fourth-round clash with Pablo Carreno Busta.

He was then blown away by world No 2 Rafael Nadal in the final of the re-arranged French Open in October.

Djokovic remains on 17 Grand Slam titles while Nadal and Federer are on 20 each after the Spaniard clinched a record-extending 13th Roland Garros title.

“There is a lingering regret that I didn’t win either the US Open or the Roland Garros this year,” Djokovic told reporters at his tennis academy in downtown Belgrade by the Danube river.

“I was in outstanding form at both events but having reached the French Open final, I was beaten by a player who was much better on the day.

“I was below par and that’s it. As far as the US Open is concerned, I got myself into an unfortunate situation and was disqualified, but I won several other big tournaments.

“The US Open disqualification notwithstanding, I have only lost one match all season and I’ve played some of the best tennis of my life.”

Djokovic dismissed suggestions he was under intense pressure to overhaul Nadal and Federer in their three-way race to become the greatest male player of all time.

“Pressure has been a part of my life for a long time and I’ve learned how to deal with it,” he said.

“It comes with the territory if you are a top-level athlete and it can also galvanise you. You take physical and mental knocks along the way but it’s all part of the learning curve.

“If I retired now I’d be happy with everything I have achieved but I still enjoy competing and every tournament I enter gives me so much motivation and joy.”

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