Serena Williams 20 Weeks Pregnant

Serena Williams 20 Weeks Pregnant

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Congratulations goes to Serena Williams who took to SnapChat to announce that she is 20 weeks pregnant with her first baby with her Reddit co-founder and fiancee Alexis Ohanian!

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Serena Williams 20 Weeks Pregnant

CelebNSports247.com go word via Reddit this morning that Serena Williams who posted a photo on Snapchat on Wednesday morning with the caption “20 weeks.”

The news about Serena Williams pregnancy started spreading like a wild fire, so, the WTA Tour deleted its post. Despite no official confirmation by her representatives, Congratulations had begun to pour in from fellow players and tennis organizations on social media.

Williams, 35, won the Australian Open in January for her record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam singles title. If she is 20 weeks pregnant, that means she had to have been pregnant during that tournament.

Do you think she was and didn’t know yet?

Williams has recently withdrew from events in Indian Wells, Calif., and Miami last month, citing a knee injury. It appears the knee may have been a tummy ache. Serena’s last competitive match was the Australian Open final, a 6-4, 6-4 victory over her sister Venus.

Despite all the assumptions, we know one thing, Serena Williams is pregnant. So congratulations girl. We can’t wait to see you as a mommy!

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