The 5-month-old looked precious throughout the weekend, wearing red, white and blue in support of her mama and aunt.
The weekend also marked Serena's return to competitive tennis since welcoming little Alexis into the world in September.
Serena Williams had her biggest fans in the crowd for the 2018 Fed Cup this weekend!
The tennis GOAT was supported by her hubby, Alexis Ohanian, and their adorable little girl, Alexis Olympia.
I wasn’t at Wimbledon this year.”) but the result was the same.
Despite trailing 4-0 in the third set, Sharapova stormed back to win the final six games and put Serena on notice.
“That might sound strange, but for her to come back is a big thing. She’s a mum, she wants to spend time with her family, she’s happy with that life.
“If it had been one year and a half ago she would have been destroyed completely. She is sad but she is also happy because she feels she is there.With two or three more weeks I think she would have been 100 per cent.” Mouratoglou admitted that even he had doubted Williams’ motivation a few months ago but said that she had worked harder than he had ever seen in recent weeks.“Now I don’t doubt at all that her motivation level is the maximum I’ve seen,” he said.In her press conference, Serena not-so-graciously said she’d only played at “20 percent” of her desired level.If the match itself didn’t provide the foundation for the next 14 years of feuding, what happened in the locker room certainly did."My coach and team always said 'Only go to tournaments when you are prepared to go all the way.' With that being said I am disappointed to say I've decided not to compete in the Australian Open this year."Serena's note concluded, "However, the memory of last year's Open is one that I will carry with me and Olympia and I look forward to coming back again.Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams’ coach, is hoping that the American’s decision to pull out of the French Open will have helped her chances of playing at Wimbledon.(Both are ridiculous notions.) Here’s a brief history of the rivalry between the two biggest tennis stars of the century.In 2004, all that was standing between Serena Williams and a third-straight Wimbledon title was a lanky 17-year-old from Russia.He added: “We’ll know tomorrow whether we need two weeks, or three weeks, hopefully not more, for her to be able to serve again. When she did compete in the US, in Indian Wells and Miami, she was not 100 per cent physically.There’s no way she can play at the moment, but I also feel that one extra match would have made it really worse and put Wimbledon in danger, but I think she stopped at exactly the right moment.” “If she had played and been unable to serve normally, she would have risked making the injury much worse. “I can’t say she was 100 per cent because she has been fitter than she was here, but coming from where she was it’s unbelievable that she was able to play like that.