Serena Williams 'definitely' wants to have more kids with husband Alexis Ohanian

Serena Williams 'definitely' wants to have more kids with husband Alexis Ohanian

The athlete recently revealed on Instagram that she created a gold-plated "S" pin that stands for the athlete's name, as well as "Strength" and 'Sureness'. Thursday, the day I play my very first match, marks global women's day.

Former world number one Serena Williams is gearing up for her long-awaited return to a competitive WTA event at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California on Thursday.

Former world number one Serena Williams won her first singles match on the WTA Tour for almost 14 months as she returned after the birth of her child.

The birth of Williams' daughter, Alexis Olympia, was followed by complications that scuppered the player's plans to defend her title in Melbourne.

In many ways, Williams has been like any other mother, sharing problems and pictures, highs and lows, all the way through her pregnancy and throughout the early months of daughter Alexis Olympia's life.

Along with wearing the pin, she encouraged her fans to share the words that begin with "S" that means the most to them.

Roger Federer is back at Indian Wells as the defending champion, the world No. 1, and a 20-time Grand Slam victor.

While Williams will open her campaign against Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas, Azarenka is scheduled to take on Britain's Heather Watson in the first round. "Post pics of you wearing your "S" and tag me!" she continued.

Her husband Alexis Ohanian was in the crowd. "I feel so lucky to be out here, and I'm ready to play". I'm just expecting to see where I am more than anything.

Also playing were elder sister Venus Williams, who has wrestled with the debilitating Sjogren's syndrome since 2011 but has remained within the elite ranks of tennis, and a year ago reached two Major finals plus the semis of another. So knowing that going in, or some doctors not caring as much for us, is heartbreaking. Sure enough, several small blood clots had already settled in her lungs.

Her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, told that she aimed to win the other three Majors again: The French and US Opens, and Wimbledon.

But Diyas answered back, and after four total break attempts, she scored a break on Williams, who hit multiple backhand errors in the game. Then, it just happened, and I was like, 'I don't know.' I just dove right in.