Serena Williams says motherhood may make her better player

Serena Williams says motherhood may make her better player

Serena Williams says motherhood may make her better player

As Williams recalled, her doctors were forced to perform an emergency C-section after her heart rate began to plummet during her contractions.

Williams - who has withdrawn from next week's Australian Open as she attempts to return to her best form - revealed she had blood clots after baby Alexis Olympia was delivered on September 1 previous year via emergency C-Section.

"Sometimes I get really down and feel like, 'Man, I can't do this, '" Williams confessed.

I've been trying to figure out who I'm going to pass the torch to.

"No one talks about the low moments-the pressure you feel, the incredible letdown every time you hear the baby cry", Williams said.

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Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam champion, told Vogue she is determined to win more major titles and surpass the record of 24 Slams held by Australia's Margaret Court.

"Knowing I've got this lovely baby to go home to makes me feel like I don't have to play another match", she explained.

Williams told nurses she needed a CT scan and blood thinner.

The doctor soon performed an ultrasound on her legs, which revealed nothing.

"I think sometimes women limit themselves", she said. But those clots caused coughing fits, which split her still-healing C-section incision. She told medical staff that she feared she had developed blood clots as she had a history of them. Now she's working her way back to tennis shape.

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Now, six days after giving birth, Williams had to have a filter inserted in a vein to make sure no more clots broke off and made way to her lungs. According to the article, the tennis superstar "spent the first six weeks of motherhood unable to get out of bed". It was an experience that really exhausted Williams.

Serena won the 2017 Australian Open after defeating her sister Venus in the final while pregnant with her first child.

Williams, who recently announced that she would not be returning to the Australian Open to defend her title, also expressed her enormous desire to get back to dominance on the court.

"I was happy to change diapers", Ohanian said. They may be fun and great but they aren't necessary the way they used to be to her before she became a mother.

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