Indian Wells: Serena Williams eager to hit with big guns again

Indian Wells: Serena Williams eager to hit with big guns again

Indian Wells: Serena Williams eager to hit with big guns again

"It's been really, really hard, but I keep going, and I know that I might not be at my best yet, but I'm getting there and every day is a new day and every day I should be getting better".

The athlete recently revealed on Instagram that she created a gold-plated "S" pin that stands for the athlete's name, as well as "Strength" and 'Sureness'.

Diyas and Williams had played each other twice before going into Thursday's match.

Williams will face Zarina Diyas on her return in California.

Williams, 36, gave birth to daughter Alexis Olympia on September 1, but says post-childbirth health complications that included blood clots in her lungs were nearly fatal. Williams, who has a long medical history with blood clots but had gone without her usual daily medication while giving birth, feared she was developing a pulmonary embolism - blood clots that block the lungs.

Williams, who spoke about plans to set up a WTA Tour event in Africa for the first time, told BBC Sport that this was something she had "thought about". What would your "S" mean?

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Roger Federer is back at Indian Wells as the defending champion, the world No. 1, and a 20-time Grand Slam victor. Sooooo if you are watching me stop by the Serena booth to grab a "S" pin. "Every time I step onto the court, it feels like a homecoming", the caption reads.

Mouratoglou is, however, optimistic that Williams will be able to be back to her best by the French Open in May. I'm just expecting to see where I am more than anything. "Doctors aren't listening to us, to be quite frank", she explained.

Serena Williams is back on the tennis court for International Women's Day.

She says post-childbirth health complications that included blood clots in her lungs were nearly fatal. Williams and her daughter are now faring well, but women on Twitter rallied together to highlight her experience is not uncommon for women, especially Black women.

Ohanian bought four billboards along Interstate 10 outside Palm Springs in tribute to his wife. She smiled as she walked to the net, and her family gave her a standing ovation.

However, Williams, as ever, will take top billing. "I'm just excited to be back and playing here, in Madison Square Garden".

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