Serena Williams will have a docu-series on ESPN

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Serena Williams will have a docu-series on ESPN
Serena Williams will have a docu-series on ESPN (Provided by Tennis World USA)

After the Netflix tennis series Break Point, Serena Williams will also have her docu-series, which will be released in streaming on ESPN. The series, titled In The Arena: Serena Williams, is highly anticipated in the sports world, especially by insiders and the media and, of course, Serena's fans.

The Docu-Series will focus on the professional life of the US legend, a product that will relive the salient and most significant moments of the career of the 23-time Grand Slam champion through images and statements from the tennis player Last August, Serena Williams granted an interview to her Vogue colleagues and talked about many topics.

Among these the woman spoke like this: "At the beginning of my career I never thought of having children. There were times when I wondered if it was appropriate to bring children into this world, I didn't feel comfortable with that possibility.

But now without telling lies, I have great support regarding my children. My husband tells me I'm very practical, but he has to say that in five years Olympia was only once away from me for 24 hours. Last year I was injured and picked up my daughter from school every day, I couldn't wait to see her face again." Tennis champion Serena Williams is considered by many to be one of the strongest tennis players of all time, by some the strongest.

Serena, together with her sister Venus, has revolutionized the way of playing tennis and has achieved a series of extraordinary results in the last twenty years.

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