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Williams said her pregnancy was relatively easy, but the complications began when her daughter was born via C-section after Williams' heart rate dropped.
To prevent more clots from dislodging and traveling into her lungs, Ms. Williams told Vogue she underwent another surgery to have a filter inserted into one of her veins.
With Serena Williams absent as she regains fitness after giving birth, Kerber is one of just two former winners in the field - Maria Sharapova is the other and will begin her campaign against Tatjana Maria of Germany. Fortunately, the surgery went smoothly, and Olympia even stopped crying the moment she was laid down atop her mother.
We're so glad Serena Williams recovered, and can share her story with us.
Correction: A previous version of the story incorrectly stated Williams told Vogue she felt depressed.
The 26-year-old Romanian is full of confidence after lifting the title at Shenzhen in dominant fashion but will need to overcome her sorry record at Melbourne Park where she has lost in the first round in both of the past two years when seeded in the top four. That's because it takes time for the blood-clotting factors to return to normal, and for the uterus to reduce in size, Aftab said.
Despite a tough few months, Williams is excited about motherhood, ready to tackle new challenges and get back on the court.
"Or I'll get angry about the crying, then sad about being angry, and then guilty, like, 'Why do I feel so sad when I have a attractive baby?' The emotions are insane", she said.
Tennis legend Serena Williams is widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes on the planet, and perhaps ever.
Her next grand slam victory will be her 24th, equalling Margaret Court for the most of all-time in women's tennis while the 36-year-old will have to wait until 2019 to try and usurp Thelma Coyne Long as the oldest victor of the Australian Open (35 years and eight months in 1954). I didn't have that", the new mom said, while Alexis pondered: "She's obviously going to have a very special life, but there are enough cautionary tales about kids who grow up in the spotlight.
Sometimes I get really down and feel like, "Man, I can't do this".
"This is how you know that racism in medicine can impact anyone at any income level", writer Mikki Kendall said.. "(The) incredible letdown every time you hear the baby cry ...
Some days, Williams admitted she feels like throwing in the towel.
"Knowing I've got this attractive baby to go home to makes me feel like I don't have to play another match".