Serena Williams returns to motherhood amid US Open final controversy

Williams in action against Karolina Pliskova on Sept. 4. 

Tim Clayton- Corbis via Getty Images Williams in action against Karolina Pliskova on Sept. 4

Serena had to fight for her life after the delivery of their daughter Olympia last year and one year later, she's on the final stage at the US Open.

The multi-times grand slam victor wore a black bodysuit for the match specifically to assist with her health concerns after giving birth to daughter in 2017.

However, Williams isn't letting anything impact her game as she's still vying for her 24 Grand Slam title.

The 23-time Grand Slam victor screamed at Ramos: 'Every time I play here, I have problems.

"She played well", Williams said, pausing to compose herself. The caption reads "Did Momma win?" in reference to Williams' match versus Anastasija Sevastova.

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Speaking about her daughter in HBO documentary series Being Serena: "For so many years, I defined myself in just one way: by success, by championships, by making history". She resumed that argument after the second violation, still angry about the first violation.

"You owe me an apology, " she said.

Throughout Williams' time at the US Open, the star has worn black and lavender version of her kick-ass tutu look. "I don't cheat to win. I stand for what's right", insisted Williams as they headed into the sixth game - in which Osaka held at love.

Williams was seemingly unbothered about the ban when asked about it at US Open news conference.

"It's hard to say because I always fight till the end and I always try to come back, no matter what". "Since I already know she's a good player, I don't want to be surprised if she plays better or not". There were multiple examples on social media, including video of Roger Federer repeatedly telling a chair umpire, "Don't (expletive) talk to me" during the 2009 U.S. Open men's final, and Jimmy Connors famously called an official an abortion repeatedly during a U.S. Open match in 1991.

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