Williams Hatches 'Outrageous' Australian Open Title Defense plan

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Not only will Serena have to be cautious during her delivery, but she will attempt to return to tennis in January to defend her 2017 Australian Open title, which she incredibly won while she was pregnant earlier this year.

Although Williams has not publicly revealed her due date, she is expected to give birth towards the end of September. "I told Alexis that this was to be a girl because I was playing under 100 degrees and this baby, I was never caused any problem", she explains to Vogue, confidence, and recovery by the magazine on his page Instagram to illustrate one of the photos of Serena Williams, published in the inner pages. "I'm not walking anything back, but I'm just saying it's pretty intense".

After a third-round exit in Toronto last week, Williams hopes to put the final fine tuning on her game this week ahead of the year's final Grand Slam that begins August 28 in NY. Briton Johanna Konta is a 14/1 chance.

She spoke about her inhibitions as a first-time mother. But apart from business, I also intend to tell you all about the empowering icon she is. Especially since I'm not 20 years old. "Either I win, or I don't play". Indeed, she has already noted that she intends to play the Australian Open, just three months after the birth of her child. She returned to action in June having given birth to son Leo in December.

There's no doubt she's excel at motherhood just like she excels at everything else.

'Walking out there and hearing the crowd, it may seem like nothing. Image Source " I always ask, Am I going to be good enough?". "But there's no better feeling in the world".

Serena stated she's had a "love-hate relationship with the idea of power" as it relates to her game.

She further added, "Really tough and really mean and really street. Why is that? Because I'm black and so I look mean". "It's practically universal", she says. As I've gotten older I've started to feel differently about it. Power is beauty. That's the society we live in.

Especially when you feel as good as she does.

As for the gender of her impending bundle of joy, Serena said, "Alexis thinks we're having a boy, but I have a strong suspicion that it's a girl".

This is the third time Williams has appeared on the cover of Vogue, having previously done so in June 2012 and April 2015. "I want people to expect something, then get something different".

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