Serena Williams and Usain Bolt Reveal A New Trend In Tennis With Their Child


Serena Williams and Usain Bolt
Serena Williams and Usain Bolt

The American Ace, Serena Williams seems to find a doubles partner in the form of her daughter. Additionally, during this lockdown, the Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt also could not stop himself from posting a video on his Twitter account where he is playing tennis with his godson. Moreover, both videos achieved huge numbers of views and love from the fans.

In the video, Bolt can be seen as volleying. His godson eventually became successful in winning the rally. The Olympic Champion confessed in his tweet that he still has a long way to go in tennis. The caption reads, “Clearly tennis wasn’t my calling. I wasn’t ready. My godson NJJ beat me up.”

Furthermore, some weeks back, the former world number one also shared her video with her 2.5-year-old child on various social media accounts. Both of them could see wearing the same outfit. Additionally, both of them are playing tennis in the video.

The video is a source of attraction for all tennis lovers. They additionally have become a new sensation. And people are referring to them as the new champions in the doubles category.

Friendly Relationship Between Serena Williams And Usain Bolt

Sister, Venus Williams too did not shy away from sharing her views. She commented on the post saying, ” I just love her and you too much! If this gets any cuter I will not live.”

Additionally, former world number one Caroline Wozniacki and a best friend of Serena also could not stop herself from sharing her views. She commented, ” Oh my gosh!!! This is the cutest thing I have ever seen.”

Besides, the American Ace and the Olympic Champion share a good relationship. Serena Williams and Usain Bolt are good friends too. Since the lockdown, both are trying to spend more time with their respective family and travel less for their work purpose.

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The Jamaican, Bolt is arguably the greatest sprinter of all time. Additionally, he is the winner of the Olympic Gold Medal ( 8 times ). 


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