Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Serena Williams Isn't Done Winning Titles

Serena Williams Isn't Done Winning Titles

Williams would typically get a first-round bye in tournaments like this, but because she's been so inactive, she is unseeded.

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP) - Serena Williams makes her return to the pro tour after a 14-month absence with a first-round match at the BNP Paribas Open on Thursday. I'm just expecting to see where I am more than anything.

Williams, 36, had another update regarding her comeback when she took to social media on Wednesday. Treat me the same way that you're treating.' How am I going to explain to my son that he is getting more?

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The BNP Paribas Open's official Twitter account said: 'Two-time champion Serena Williams set to face Zarina Diyas in the first round of the #BNPPO18 in her first match since winning the Australian Open a year ago and giving birth to daughter Olympia'.

On Thursday, she will play in Indian Wells, California, which according to The Guardian is not among her favorite places to play. "If I keep playing hopefully I can win". Beyond the specific experience of childbirth, Serena said doctors aren't listening to black women, and she says that needs to change.

"She is one of the best players so it is good that she is back, especially after being a mom".

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Serena also admitted that her first five months of motherhood has been "amazing", as she says that being a parent comes "naturally" to her.

Williams v Diyas is part of a bumper evening of live tennis on BT Sport, starting from 7pm, that also features British number two Heather Watson's clash with two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka. "As long as I'm moving forward, even if it's at a turtle's pace, I'm OK with that". While the eight women were thrilling NY, the draw was throwing the sisters into the same segment of the Indian Wells draw. Navratilova further added that Serena's game style is something that will help her get back to the top. In the Round of 128 of the Indian Wells competition, Serena will go up against 24-year-old Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan.

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