Serena Williams Finds Solace in Daughter's Cute Shoes After $17K Fine

Serena Williams Finds Solace in Daughter's Cute Shoes After $17K Fine

Serena Williams Finds Solace in Daughter's Cute Shoes After $17K Fine

Watching her 1-year-old walking around in the shoes gave Williams something to laugh about. "I know you guys were here rooting, but let's make this the best moment we can".

The context: Just once in the history of the US Open and the U.S. National Championships has a husband and wife teamed up to win the mixed doubles title.

Former world number one American star Andy Roddick also took his official Twitter handle in support of 23-time Grand Slam champion and said, "Worst refereeing I've ever seen. the worst!".

Serena Williams heads into the US Open women's singles final today just over a year after experiencing serious complications following the birth of her daughter, Alexis Olympia.

The women's final is at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in NY at 4 p.m. local time.

During the post-match press conference, a tearful Williams said she will continue to fight for women's rights after claiming she had no regrets about her ugly fight with umpire Carlos Ramos over cheating claims in the US Open women's final.

In the sweet snap, the 1-year-old - who celebrated her birthday on September 1 - is pushing a pink stroller and also rocking pint-sized white runners.

USTA president Katrina Adams issued a statement after the match, making a point of noting Williams' "class and sportsmanship" and calling her "an inspiration to me, personally, and a credit to our sport, win or lose".

"I didn't get coaching". She resumed that argument after the second violation, still angry about the first violation.

Earlier this year Williams, 36, told People magazine that realising she was going to have to have a c-section had made her feel "devastated".

'How dare you insinuate that I was cheating? And her biggest fan wants her to know he's proud of her.

"It's hard to say because I always fight till the end and I always try to come back, no matter what".

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