January 29, 2021
Tennis star Serena Williams' daughter, Olympia Ohanian Jr., supported her mother during the athlete's first tennis match at the Australia Open.
There is no greater bond than that which exists between mother and child. Professional tennis player Serena Williams and daughter Olympia Ohanian Jr. share this beautiful bond on and off the court.
On Friday, the 23-time Gram Slam winner gave one of her best performances at a Drive tennis event in Adelaide, and she had the support of her 3-year-old daughter to cheer her on to victory.
Olympia wasn't alone in the stands. The toddler was in the company of her father, Alexis Ohanian Sr., as they watched Williams dazzle on the court with her stellar performance.
Ohanian took to his Instagram page to showcase his adorable daughter. The 37-year-old father posted a short clip of his daughter dancing on the sidelines while Williams had a post-match interview.
The toddler looked cute in her blue floral and matching ribbons that held her buns. In the video, Olympia smiled as she swung her hands while her father recorded.
Shortly after the match, Williams walked towards the sidelines to join her eager family. Both father and child looked delighted to welcome the tennis star.
The mother-of-one took her daughter to the zoo after their mandatory 14-day quarantine was over.
When she is not cheering her mother from the side, Olympia is on the court. Williams recently posted a picture of her daughter training, on Instagram. Williams revealed that Olympia was a perfectionist on the court.
Olympia is a mini-version of her mother. The tennis player has often taken to her Instagram to share pictures of herself and her daughter training wearing the same outfits.
Williams and Olympia traveled to Australia for the Australian Open. They undertook a 14-day mandatory quarantine. The athlete revealed that it was difficult having her daughter around in the hotel the whole day.
The mother of one took her daughter to the zoo after their mandatory 14-day quarantine was over. The visit was an excellent pre-match boost for the tennis player who performed well in the competition.
Williams won against Japanese player Naomi Osaka, taking the match at 10-7 after a tiebreaker. It was a befitting victory for the US champion.