Serena Williams’s daughter may turn Mozart rather than tennis champion



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Serena Williams’s daughter may turn Mozart rather than tennis champion

Even though Serena Williams’s daughter already started learning tennis from her mother, the little Olympia also loves playing the piano, according to Serena, who talked about her child’s passions inside Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show studio.

“She likes it enough. She likes tennis, but I don’t know. Honestly, she likes playing piano. When she was in my belly, I played a lot of piano music,” said Williams. Asked if Olympia takes piano lessons, Serena admitted that she does and that the little girl even teaches her on the matter.

“I’m not even kidding. I have a baby Mozart. Of course, every parent thinks that they have a baby Beethoven,” said Williams with a little smirk.

Serena Williams and daughter Olympia already trained together

Earlier this year, people were captivated by a touching video in which Serena Williams teaches her four-year-old daughter Olympia tennis.

Many insiders believe Olympia will play on the WTA Tour one day, but for the time being, we can just enjoy these tender photographs of a mother and daughter exercising.

Another great moment happened during Olympia’s tennis training sessions is the time when she drove a toy car to the practice court and bumped a fence.

Olympia drove her pink toy car to one of her tennis practice sessions while her parents looked on. Everything seemed OK until the 4-year-old girl came to a halt in front of the tennis court and "pressed the throttle," crashing into the fence surrounding the hard surface.

However, it hadn’t taken long until Olympia repaired her mistake by backing up a little bit. “On my way to tennis practice. Gotta train,” reads the caption of the video shared on Olympia’s Instagram account.

Watch the video of the little crash here: Serena Williams’s daughter Olympia drives toy car to tennis practice, bumps fence.