Serena Williams wears superhero catsuit in French Open return


"She's a genuine champion", Barty said.

"Mostly, I miss winning".

"I don't even know what material it is, it looks like neoprene".

"I remember one day, I couldn't find Olympia's bottle and I got so upset I started crying because I wanted to be ideal for her".

She now calls her bulging biceps her "weapons" and her "machine".

In every category, Williams' achievements dwarf her opponent's, bar one - Pliskova holds the WTA record for aces in a single match: 31 at the 2016 Australian Open. I think I'm in a very different place.

And the frightening experience has just pushed her to become the best of the best.

"I can't answer that".

These two played once, which was in the 2014 Australian Open, a match Serena won in straight sets. But, you know, I'm just here enjoying myself and see what happens.

The Sun only needed three words: "Nice Ace, Serena!" in reference to the American's powerful physique.

"She does everything great".

"As soon as I got off the court, I'm walking past and it's on the big screen". At least she was able to laugh at that as she went to the sideline to towel off.

Williams said she feels "like a warrior princess, kind of", when she wears the outfit.

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A set that saw just one break point chance for either player (with Pliskova saving that chance.) Serena worked her way into the match with a strong final game that created the chance then reeled off 6 of the final 7 points of the opening set tiebreak from 0-3 down in that tiebreak to take the opening set.

"That was completely the plan", said Mouratoglou. "She's so young, I don't really bring her".

"I'm not going to play if I don't think [I can win]", she proclaims.

Williams also said that being a mom meant managing her time differently at major events such as Grand Slams.

"I hope now we can wear leggings alone!"

"Two years has been a long time but I trained really hard on the clay".

But both players acknowledged that felt like a lifetime ago.

"I've been asked to put a skirt on over leggings many times". They talk about the baby and how happy they are.

"If I can do it, so can you". It's fun and it's useful for them too.

"I have given tennis so much, and tennis has actually given me a lot, and I couldn't be more grateful". She is playing at a Slam for the first time since winning the Australian Open in 2017 when she was already nearly two months pregnant.

Physically, Serena has gone through a lot since the birth of Olympia last September. "Love you all!" read her celebratory tweet, noting the blood clots on her lungs that were found after she gave birth. "So it's a fun suit but it's also functional, so I can be able to play without any problems".

Taking to Twitter, the 23-time grand slam victor acknowledged the suit was, "For all the moms out there who had a tough recovery from pregnancy", adding, "If I can do it, so can you".

"And it has been in a way tougher than what she expected". While some had doubts about whether the new mom would return to the game at all, the Grand Slam queen proved her doubters wrong and made her comeback yesterday in the most epic way imaginable.