Serena Williams' strength and fears unveiled in new documentary

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Despite the vast changes in her life, including welcoming the baby and marrying Ohanian in November 2017, the 23-time Grand Slam champion makes it clear that she's not done with the sport.

That is just one example of the images and words that show vulnerability the world is not accustomed to seeing - or hearing - from the owner of 23 Grand Slam singles championships, someone whose on-court game is built, at least in part, on intimidating power.

The post Tennis Star Serena Williams Reveals Why She Married Her White Husband, Alex Ohanian appeared first on Nigerian Celebrity News + Latest Entertainment News. There is the footage, including in the delivery room when Williams gave birth to her daughter on September 1.

The debut episode is titled "Fear".

Williams won the Australian Open while pregnant and returned in February alongside her sister Venus in a US Fed Cup first-round tie. If you want to have a baby and take a few months off or a year off and then come back, you shouldn't have to be penalized for that.

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She cries as she recounts the pulmonary embolism that made it hard for her to breathe shortly after her child was born. "But you know, Alexis is the one I connected with, and I wouldn't have it any other way".

Williams replied: "I've been body shamed basically since I've been in the public eye". Meghan wrote in her now-defunct lifestyle blog, The Tig: "We hit it off immediately, taking pictures, laughing through the flag football game we were both playing in, and chatting not about tennis or acting, but about all the good old fashioned girly stuff".

"I have more tennis to play", Williams says in episode No. 2.

"Ultimately I wanted to be with someone who treated me nice, someone who was able to laugh with me and someone who understood my life and someone that loved me". "I have my life to live".