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Serena Williams shares sweet video revealing who is right by her side during aftermath of unexpected news
Serena Williams may not have accomplished the outcome she wanted from her long-awaited return to competitive tennis at Wimbledon, but she is recovering just fine.MORE: Wimbledon pros' incredible houses revealed – Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and moreThe star shared a sweet video from home following her unexpected exit, and she had the sweetest supporter right by her side to get her through it all.It was none other than her daughter, Olympia Ohanian, who is the best sidekick to her super star mom, and had accompanied her all the way to London ahead of the famous tournament as well.WATCH: Serena relives her best spring fashionMORE: Serena Williams' illness that impacts her tennis matches: 'I powered through the pain'The clip sees the mother-daughter duo enjoying a sunny day out on the athlete's expansive backyard, which ironically featured a soccer net.Olympia is seen donning a full Princess Snow White get-up, as her mom, who is holding one of her dolls, asks her: "Olympia are we having fun with our babies? You want to keep playing with our babies?"As the adorable four-year-old replied with a resounding: "Yeah!" the tennis star then asked: "Okay, what adventure are we going to do next?" Her daughter promptly grew even more excited, answering: "We're going to go on the swing!"Olympia seems so exicted to be playing dolls with her momFollowing the loss during her opening match at Wimbledon and being knocked out of the tournament, Serena was quick to speak out on social media about it.MORE: Serena Williams' 'heartbreaking' Wimbledon injury explainedMORE: Serena Williams reacts after upsetting early Wimbledon exitAlongside a photograph of herself in the stadium waving to a crowd, she wrote: "That was insane and intense.
Zara and Mike Tindall bring the star power on day two of Wimbledon - best photos
Zara and Mike Tindall looked every inch the style power couple as they arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club on Tuesday for day two of Wimbledon.MORE: Andy Murray's wife Kim makes touching gesture towards Dame Deborah James at WimbledonThe Queen's granddaughter was aptly dressed in a white shirt dress and navy-coloured wedge shoes which were teamed with a black leather crossbody and gold earrings.WATCH: The royal family at Wimbledon over the yearsNot to be outdone in the style stakes, her rugby star husband Mike put on a dapper display in a cream jacket and dark trousers combination, teamed with grey suede shoes and a stripy tie.READ: Rafael Nadal addresses wife Mery Perello's pregnancy for the first timeSEE: The Wimbledon wives and partners we'll see courtside this yearThe royal couple will no doubt take their seats at Centre Court to watch the likes of Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams make their debut at this year's Championships.The two tennis stars have both overcome injuries to make it to the All England Club in a bid to land another grand slam.  Mike and Zara Tindall on day two of WimbledonSerena, 40, is making her comeback after limping out of last year's first-round match in tears due to a leg injury.
Serena Williams spotlights major achievement amid tennis comeback with emotional throwback
Serena Williams is currently training up for her return to Wimbledon for her big tennis comeback as a wildcard.MORE: Serena Williams celebrates iconic comeback alongside mini-me daughterAhead of her big opening games, the star's social media feed for her eponymous clothing line, S by Serena, looked back at one of her major highlights, finally confirming her arrival at this year's tournament.VIDEO: Serena Williams and daughter Olympia's matching outfit changesA photograph was shared of a young Serena holding her first championship trophy for Wimbledon, which she won in 2002."20 years ago, Serena took home her first Wimbledon Championship trophy, earning the world no.1 ranking for the first time. Join us in cheering her on as she hits the Wimbledon stage again #renasarmy," the caption read.MORE: Serena Williams revisits unbelievable spring fashion – including stunning backless dressFans reacted with excitement and couldn't wait to see the tennis superstar back on the court after an injury took her out of last year's games.A post shared by S by Serena (@serena)Serena mused on her first Wimbledon win in 2022"I remembered it just like yesterday," one wrote, with another commenting: "WOOOOO GO GIRL!!!" A third also said: "The Queen is in action!!"Serena has emerged victorious at Wimbledon a massive seven times over the course of her career, last taking home the title in 2016.
Serena Williams celebrates iconic comeback alongside mini-me daughter
Serena Williams is back, better than ever, and with a sweet companion by her side! As the star makes her long-awaited return to competitive tennis in London, she took to Instagram to share a sweet glimpse of how her daughter was supporting her through it all.MORE: Serena Williams makes long-awaited career announcement following tennis hiatusThe tennis player hasn't participated in competitions since suffering an ankle injury at 2021's Wimbledon, and was forced to pull out of the games.Now, not only has she confirmed she'll return to Wimbledon, but she's making a comeback even earlier this summer, making her official re-debut on 18 June at Eastbourne's tournament.WATCH: Serena and Olympia have cutest matching momentMORE: Serena Williams revisits unbelievable spring fashion – including stunning backless dressThe athlete has already made her presence known in London, making her touchdown alongside her daughter, Olympia.For her highly-anticipated arrival, Serena opted for an incognito look, donning a black hoodie and oversized black sunglasses, but took to her Instagram stories to share a selfie video saying: "Welcome to London."In a subsequent video, she revealed her trusty sidekick, Olympia, sitting in a car seat next to her mom, and as she was asked: "How's my mini me?" she simply took to showing off her own companion, a doll named Isabella.
Serena Williams makes long-awaited career announcement following tennis hiatus
Serena Williams is not quite ready to hang up her racket and walk away! Despite rumors that she might not return to the tennis court, she will in fact be making a comeback, and to the most famous court of them all.MORE: Serena Williams revisits unbelievable spring fashion – including stunning backless dressDespite being excluded from the original entry list, the star has confirmed she will be participating in Wimbledon for the 21st time, as a wildcard.Tennis fans weren't convinced she would be joining the iconic competition after an injury at last year's games, which forced her out of her first-round match with Aliaksandra Sasnovich.WATCH: Serena and daugter Olympia are matchy-heavenMORE: Serena Williams celebrates daughter Olympia's achievement with husband Alexis OhanianSerena has not been active in competitive tennis since the ankle injury a year ago. However, both the official Wimbledon page as well as Serena confirmed her participation.Aliaksandra, the tennis player competing against Serena when she slipped and injured herself, is from Belarus, and is one of the players banned by Wimbledon this year because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has been supported by Belarus.The athlete celebrated the news of her comeback on Instagram with a photo of her Nike shoes as she stood on grass, which she captioned with: "SW and SW19.